The picture looks so stark and lonely, but your description has a surreal, comedic bent. A nice combination I think. :)
Yet another shot I would have totally missed! Love the way you can see the beauty in passing moments. I'd be looking for penguins, or more likely, thinking about lunch.
Excellent shot, cousin (and thanks for the explanation - I would have been wondering all day what the purpose was!)
And i might have thought someone just moved away and left the fence to fall and not be replaced.Amazing the things you have seen in your life.
It reminds me of all the spaces in Nevada - nothing for miles and miles. Only here it is sagebrush and no penguins. Only jackrabbits.
Lovely, should frame that one.
Laurita, I'm glad you enjoyed it.Crabby, thanks for your kindness. There's beauty everywhere.Bag Lady, thanks. Some things must be explained.Messymimi, a tourist boundary might not be the first thing that occurs to an observer. I thought I should say something. I've been very blessed to have travelled.Thanks, Reb.
I've always wanted to visit.
David, I hope you find a way.
That does look desolate. And COLD!There's a guy who works in the next village from ours who's from the Falklands. He's got an Australian accent. You wouldn't lie about coming from the Falklands...would you? Ha!
It was on the cool side the day we were there, David.You never know about people.
Nice find. Although lonely...he at least has a purpose. That makes things a bit better, I do believe.
It's the loneliness that appeals to me, Dawn.
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