Thursday, March 19, 2015

Up Salmon Road

Salmon Road has been beckoning me for a while now.  Every time I drive past, which I usually do twice a week, I tell myself I'm going to explore its length 'soon'.  One day last week I was in slow traffic when I came to the turnoff, so the decision was easily made to do just that. 

I found gently rolling countryside with occasional harbour views.  Maybe I missed my calling, I sound like a real estate agent.  

Lots of cows in the distance and lots of fences.


The road turns into another that makes a loop back to the highway.


Along this road I found a few fences beneath gum trees.


I'll be linking to Theresa's Good Fences.

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for the change of direction :)
    It's really beautiful there. You described it just perfect :))
    I like these gum trees, don't they have any bark at all?
    And the fences are pretty, too ;)
    Have a beautiful day
    【ツ】Knipsa

    PS: I'm gone for a couple of hours,
    when I get back and add my link
    and don't find your's, then I'll
    add yours, too. :))

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  2. Stunning countryside Pauline - it has everything I love. The first image in particular reminds me of areas of the Atherton Tablelands. You can do this more often if you like :)

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  3. It's easy to see why this place would be on your mind! So lovely!

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  4. love your sweeping valley view Pauline. Reminds me a bit of my Big Valley.

    great fences and oh so many cows.

    all your images are wonderful.

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  5. Such lovely places you share with us! Thank you!

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  6. Lovely countryside and great fences

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  7. truly beautiful rural scenes! lovely! thanks, pauline!

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  8. I was just going to say it looks so warm and green there. Then I realized why!

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  9. This is some awesome viewing! I love to wander on strange roads and have convinced Hubby that it's a good idea, too!

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  10. such a wonderful country. Glad you decided to make the turn. I would like to see it too.

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  11. Lovely shots! So calming to look at.

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  12. Unlike you to have taken so long to take the opportunity to explore!

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