More Village Walks

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Monday 16 December, 2013 by Uncle Spike

Following a request or three for some images from ‘outside the front gate’, we, that is all three of us, went off for Sunday walkies in the sun. 

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LOOKING INTO THE ORCHARD FROM THE OUTSIDE

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We headed off down the lane again, not far. No need actually I guess, certainly no need to get the car out. Living in a rural farming village has it’s advantages.

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LITTLE FURTHER DOWN OUR ROAD

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We have trees, fields, dirt roads, irrigation channels, tractors, goats… and fresh air: all the hallmarks of a rural farming community.

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CHANNELS FOR CARRYING IRRIGATION WATER FOR FIELDS AND ORCHARDS

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Anyway, I remembered to take the camera with me, and these are all shots taken in the lanes around our village; maybe just within a few hundred metres of our farm.

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I hope you enjoy the tranquillity of our village.

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INTERESTING ROCK FORMATIONS

INTERESTING ROCK FORMATIONS

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MOUNTAINS ALL AROUND US

MOUNTAINS ALL AROUND US

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MOUNTAIN RIVERS THAT SWELL TREMENDOUSLY DURING STORMS

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One thought on “More Village Walks

  1. orples says:

    Greetings Uncle Spike. The orples wanted to know if you would like to join them for a walk?
    http://orples.net/orples-2/the-orples-take-a-walk-in-turkey/

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