Thursday, January 18, 2007

Nit-picking

We're off the centre of the town, where residential houses are concentrated. Walking along these parts, I could expect horses making "star" appearances :D also, to appreciate the individually-designed houses. You'll never find any identical design. Being me, I nit-pick :p ..well, its pretty obvious , what I dislike most about this area is the conditions of the roads, as seen here they are uneven. Some other parts not even paved! So, roads are dusty, worst when come rainy season, messy & muddy. Perhaps there're plans to fix it, I don't know ; however, I sure hope the improvement happens soon.

12 comments:

mad said...

Are those Amish?

Faye Pekas said...

Its a great shot with the horse and wagon sharing the road with the modern car.

Pat said...

Just followed a link to your blog and just so enjoyed going through your photos.

This one is super. As "mad" says, they look similar to the Amish which we have around where I reside.

I'll come back and look at your photos again. Love visiting other countries through photos.

Mimmu said...

Black and white makes a real effect to this picture. It`s like an old picture from horses and then - ahaa, cars. . .
Fine work, as usually, Kris.

angela said...

Lovely contrast between old and new.
It's difficult to reconcile the state of the roads with the grandiose town hall.
Thanks for the visit.
Angela

ruth said...

I'm loving these b/w photos, Kris. And I love those tile roofs. Lovely horse and cart! Too bad about the roads though.

Dsole said...

Oh, what a lovely postcard... it seems really old!
great B/W shot :)

Olivier said...

instant fugace du passé, et du temps où on prennait son temps. tres belle photo b&w nostalgique.


fugacious moment of the past, and time when his time was taken. very beautiful nostalgic photograph b&w.

Lessie said...

Love the horses and buggy!

Meg in Nelson said...

Beautiful "yesteryears" feel. Nice....

ruth said...

Kris, thanks so much for your comment and wishes today at ELDP. I will definitely stop by your place regularly, since you're a real favorite.

Kris said...

mad,
nope..they are farmers from nearby farms..with some hay in the carriage

Ruth,
take a break , gather some photos and restart ELDP again, ok...soon!

Thank you all for stopping by :)

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