I do note, however, that there does indeed appear to be 2 of Tea's feathery friends on the nearest pole.Nope. A telephone pole.
"Huh? You mean it had a bird on it?"
Nope, just the pole.
Same here, and that's saying a lot because I'm basically a city person. However, those areas look so remote, so alien, so completely mystifying that it almost makes me want to drop everything I'm doing and spend a few weeks in the outback. Not at all like the "country" around the Northeast, which is just basically flat suburban sprawl. I really love the one with the telephone pole and the old fence. It's just surreal, along with most of the others.mubs said:Nice pics, Tea. Gives me the wanderlust to get out in the open, away from all this concrete.
Tea said:As for quality of the pictures, I was actually a little reluctant to post these, as I felt many of them were rather poor. I'm sure that there more serious photographers among us (Lunar Mist, E_dawg, Buck, and etc.) (if I can call good people "etceteras") would agree.