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Road to no where

 

It's a bit bleak up them there hills. This is at the bottom of Roach End (North Staffordshire).

Road to no where

 

It's a bit bleak up them there hills. This is at the bottom of Roach End (North Staffordshire).

comments (24)

  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Dec 2008, 00:55
It looks for all the world as though this is some Dickensian poacher returning from a successful dawn raid. Likey ;o)
Tracy: Thanks very much Mike I am so pleased you likeyed, the poacher just happens to be my friend with her dogs. Wait until I tell her, she will be on the floor laughing for sure.smile
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 2 Dec 2008, 01:03
Impressive image
Tracy: Thanks very much Vintage.smile
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 2 Dec 2008, 02:09
You captured the mood here...
Tracy: Cheers Sidney glad you like the shot.
I'm sure this is a lovely photo, very moody and atmospheric, but it makes me feel COLD!
Tracy: It is cold Sheila, so it's Brandy and a DVD with my daughter tonightsmile
Nice mono shot it draws you nicely up the path.
Tracy: Cheers Daniel appreciate your commentsmile
It's been a bit like this here too Tracy. I want sunshine!
Tracy: So do I, we had 3 inches of snow today.
This looks as if it was taken near my home, Tracy. Have you been stalking?
Tracy: OMG you found out, I'm obsessed what can I saytongue
It was beautiful here yesterday but it is back to crap today. Love the picture Tracy. Is she walking dogs?
Tracy: Yeah two cocker spaniels. We ahd lots of the cold white fluffy stuff today.
Thanks Bill
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 Dec 2008, 08:17
Lovely view, Tracy! I'd ratehr be there now than sat in the Mad House. Thininking of which, I ought to do a little bit, I guess...(sigh)
Tracy: What jump around like a caged animal LOLtongue
Thanks Alan.
Brrrrr! The dedication of dog walkers! (:o)
Tracy: LOL I dragged them along with mesmilesmile
Thanks Roz
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Dec 2008, 09:14
Great shot Tracy - a really eerie quality with the unknown figure at the end of the road. What on earth is he holding?
Ingrid
Tracy: She has a dog in each handsmile not literally of course....
Thanks a million.
misty and mysterious. richard
Tracy: Just like me!! LOL
Thanks very much.
Great atmosphere! Perfect b/w
Tracy: Cheers Albert but I did not convert this is what it looked like naturallysmile
  • FLOOG
  • A soft spot in Utopia
  • 2 Dec 2008, 11:10
Moody and mysterious, beautifully eiry. A wonderful atmosphere to this gorgeous photograph smile
Tracy: Thanks very much Paul for your lovely commentsmile
I like this a lot, Tracy.
Tracy: Cheers Jennie smile
Great shot Tracy. We can really feel the atmosphere!
Tracy: Pleased you like it Richardsmile
Good shot Tracy, one can feel the cold and damp looking at this.
Tracy: Guess what Brian I did feel the cold and the damp when out that daysmile
Thanks
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Dec 2008, 14:13
Careful, Tracy.
You might come across a big, black, snarly Hound of the Roaches.
Tracy: Oh I will go back to see if I can find him, sorry meant the snarly hound LOL
Cheers Raysmile
I think to be out on your own in this kind of weather is a bit scary. Nice shot brave Tracy.
Tracy: I was not on my own Janet,I was with the person in the shot and the two dogs smile
So no need to worry.
Thanks.
nice atmosphere captured here Tracy very nice indeedsmile
Tracy: Thank you kind Sir...
Hope your back is ok now, you must take care,as it takes longer to repair the older you get LOLsmile
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 2 Dec 2008, 19:27
WOW, wonderful picture, when were you with me in the polder.....amazing tones, I know pictures taken in the fog are difficult, YOU, my dear Musketeer did great.
Thanks for the great skype we just had........I am sorry to hear the throat is still not doing fine, however the smile was nothing wrong with...not that I did any studying in medicine though, I just could see and hear.....tonguetonguetongue.
Take care and try to get some sleep.
Again, great capture....
Groeten Astrid.
Tracy: You know I am ALWAYS with you Musketeer if not in body I am there in thought..
I am glad you think the post is worthy as you know the conditions were not that good...
We always smile no matter how bad we are feeling... thats what friends do for one another ...
I am a Dr trust me LOL yeah right...
I hope you sleep better too mijn vriendsmile
All for one and one for all
Thanks.smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 Dec 2008, 19:33
An atmospheric fog pic- het toppertje is the man/lady with the two dogs, nothing might prevent a doglover to go out- neither rain nor snow! Today snow in the Midlands - beautiful!
Tracy: Philine we had lots of snow, it's lovely to watch through the window....
I have a very bad cold at the moment and it's driving me mad.
Astrid and I have just skyped, I was so pleased my voive held out, it is very husky/gruff...
The lady with the dogs is a friend and I dragged them out for the walk tonguetongue
I hope you weather was ok today...
Thanks for your comment smile
  • Aussie
  • Brisbane
  • 2 Dec 2008, 22:17
You have snow we have 32 and it's hot and steamy at 0816.
I want to be in the snow.
Tracy: We had more last night but the sun is now shining so it will melt away quicklysmile
  • zohre
  • uae
  • 6 Dec 2008, 19:32
Impressive capture. smile
Tracy: Thanks very much Zohresmile

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