Images From The Village (Part III)


Tuesday 25 February, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This is the last of three posts showing images of our village.

The first was : Village Images (Part I)

The second was : Village Images (Part II)


Electricity tower – old and new




Need a spare tractor tyre? No problem. Most roads have them!




Fences and gates – half the time I can’t see the point 🙂




Traffic jam driving home after meeting the school bus




The BIG road






8 thoughts on “Images From The Village (Part III)

  1. […] Village Images (Part II) and Village Images (Part III) […]


  2. […] Turkish village, these posts may also be of interest. I’ll call them Village 1, Village 2 and Village 3, for want of better link names 🙂 […]


  3. Patti Hall says:

    Love the contrast of the towers and the last photo of the trees!


  4. fredrieka says:

    Tire! Oh this is not the guess thing.. darn .. tail down


  5. You could find traffic jams like this, with full of “four leg drive vehicles” even in Indian cities 🙂


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