Monday, 18 October 2010

A Walk up the Quary Road

We often walk up the quary road....

well, we walk, the rusty pups run. It's hard work getting to the top!
I find this rock face and the treeline above fascinating. It's bound to be stitched one day.

Sometimes we meet deer munching on berries and often wonder who else might be watching or listening. Then we all go back down and home again for a cup of tea.
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  1. Looks like a lovely walk on a nice fall day. I agree that there's inspiration in the rock and treeline photo!

  2. Look at all those gorgeous colors!!!!!! The rusty pups fit right in with the scenery!

    ;~) Debi

  3. there's some beautiful line work to do in that quarry scene, and beautiful Autumn colours, thanks for taking us along too. k.

  4. Beautiful color.... I've been enjoying the autumnal color more than ever this year... its quite amazing. The weather man says the leaf peeping is over, HA! I say, not until the leaves are all down, the late golds, and coppers and rusts are just as amazing.

  5. Gorgeous photos. Thanks for taking us along with you.

  6. Hi Penny: I love your blog, everything about it, your art, your color your sharing, thank you : ) we have a similar ledge type mountain that is called "the rim" and it just fascinates me and I too believe someday it will be stitched, I just have to take a good picture of all the color and try to remember the wonderful details : ) thanks again for your sharing, I truly enjoy stopping by almost everyday : )
    Blessings, Sandra in AZ

  7. Every footstep worth that cuppa at the end!
    Lovely to see all your autumn-ness abounding :>]]

  8. Aren't the colours fabulous this year! I envy you your wide-open spaces! I guess life in the country is a trade-off, but a worthwhile one for the soul

  9. Hi,
    I have just come across your blog and have enjoyed so much reading it. Your photos are beautiful.
    I get very excited to find another east coaster. We just returned from a visit outside Halifax last weekend. We are now living in Ontario.
    Very best wishes for a great fall,


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