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Redwood Forest Drive, Bakersfield, United States | by Ruben Mishchuk
Ipek Sevinç saved to dream life
Product Details ISBN-13:9780595369867Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated Publication date:11/03/2005Pages:128Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)
TrinityWriter saved to Making Choices in Christ
Kentucky is well known for its horse farms and treelined streets, and summer is a wonderful time to get out and go for an afternoon drive right through these beautiful features of our state.
Sharon Jobe saved to Chicken
Taken on a Cannon T1i with a 55mm lense, and color corrected in Photoshop.
Debra Underwood saved to INTO THE FOREST
One summer evening, my husband and I got in our old truck and drove down a remote dirt road. We drove and drove and drove and didn't see a soul. I always wonder where the telephone poles go--no one seems to live out here. We explored the backroads for almost four hours and didn't see a single person. We saw abandoned farm equipment and an old truck but no people. As the sun was setting I jumped out of the truck and took this photo of the country road. I thought it was just a nice country…
mhazell321 mhazell321 saved to nature
Back roads offer so much beauty. These scenic roads in Tennessee are the very best of back road exploration!
Neely Roberts saved to Fall/Halloween
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Szoka Design saved to Cars/Roadtrip
Here are some of our favorite scenic drives to take in the fall in Arkansas. Gas up the car and let's go leaf peeping!
Jessica Weisenfels saved to Arkansas
Think classic American road trip and the name Route 66 will undoubtedly come up sooner rather than later, and for good reason. As one of the most historic and popular highways in North America (and dare we say the world), Route 66 has gone through a series of changes since its inception in 1926, going from ultimate ‘Mother Road’ to one that arguably offers an opportunity for small businesses to attach their name to as a means for survival.
Mona Summerlin saved to Nature Scenic