6/3/20

My Corner of the World


I love living in the country with scenes like this just down the road.


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with a record number of entries--88
Thank you for sharing your corners!



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42 comments:

Paspii said...

Gongrats to your sudden fame! Maybe partly due to Corona?

Now you´re talking my language in photo wise. I love these mundane everyday places and pics of them. Can´t tell why thou.

Keep up and keep safe! 👍📷😷

Michele Morin said...

Yes, country life is a great source of joy and peace.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

To me, there is something so appealing about the rural life, having almost always lived in cities and suburbs.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Fantastic having 88 links last week. We live in the country too and just love all the scenery.

Jackie McGuinness said...

Thanks for hosting. I enjoy seeing everyone's corner of the world, esp as we are still locked down.

Natalie said...

Scenes like this make me wonder what's inside. Thanks, Betty. for hosting MCoW and sharing your photo. Have a great week! #MCoW

EricaSta said...

Gratulation. Its a great number of entries. An interesting link party!

Stay healthy and well.

Jeanna said...

That is a bucolic scene, I bet it's a pretty place for a bike ride.

rupam sarma said...

Beautiful pic

Calendula said...

I love sceneries like on your photo too! It's gorgeous!
Thanks for hosting "My Corner of the World"!

Cheers
Calendula

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I've seen barns and stalls like this around here, too, although many are disappearing as land is being sold to developers.

Sharon Wagner said...

That reminds me of where I grew up. Shacks everywhere. Yards full of old stuff and junk.

Stevenson Q said...

I love this scene! Looks quiet and serene and that Yucca Tree gives it character!

Amy said...

Looks like an old milking shed, gotta love old buildings.

Lydia C. Lee said...

Very traditional farm scene for us...

Peabea Scribbles said...

There is an old, old barn down the road that is in very bad shape, but I keep thinking I'm going to ride down and get a photo. Old buildings/barns as I drive through the country are somehow appealing, Especially barns because probably flourishing at one time in history.

kiwikid said...

Those kind of sheds give you a real feeling of history don't they.

Jill Harrison said...

oh I love old falling down and rusted old sheds!

At Home In New Zealand said...

Congratulations :)
And thank-you for hosting this link. I always enjoy reading what others post here.
Love your country picture, it beats living in the city every time. Mxx

Veronica Lee said...

Thank you for hosting MCoW, Betty. It's one of my fave blog hops!

Happy Weds!

Suzana said...

I've always lived in town, but I admire people who stay at the country.
It's like another beautiful universe!
Sorry to ask, but what represent that green covers? To protect the cereals?

Thank you for the linking!
All the best in your Summer!

Kirsi schreibt said...

Really great landscape and a typical country picture - I like it so much.
Greetings from Germany
Kirsi

Lea said...

Country living is the best!
Thanks for hosting My Corner of the World!

italiafinlandia said...

I love living in the country too!

Zinaida Strinu said...


A beautiful photo, which the palm tree gives an exotic air ... Or is it really an exotic place? : D

Happy WW, dear Betty!

Stef Rof said...

Superb all your photo playlist .. Happy WW

Nancy Chan said...

Nice and quiet country space. Looks like there is a cross above the tree. Have a wonderful day.

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

It really is a lovely scene, Betty!

My Desktop Daily said...

PS: Thank you for hosting, Betty!

Schwabenfrau said...

But you also succeeded very well in this scene.


Greetings Eva

Anagha Yatin said...

Having spent most of my growing up time at the countryside, I have fallen in love with the countryside forever for life!
Your pics made me nostalgic.
And before I leave, congratulations for new milestone! Wishing you many many more.

Traveler In Me said...

Rustic beauty

Heidi R. said...

Such a corrugated iron roof, you rarely see that!

Lowcarb team member said...

That is a nice scene.

All the best Jan

Evi said...

Oh I just love old sheds! They have such a rustic beauty and I always wonder what theyve seen in their time. It's a shame so many are either torn down to make way for shiny new ones or simply left to rot into the ground. Great pic!

Soma @ inkTorrents.com said...

You do live in a beautiful country! Thank you so much for hosting!

-Soma

kiwimeskreations said...

What a fabulous shot Betty - and so reminiscent of fishing trips to the coast (Mokau, Awakino and Marakopa area) with the family as I was growing up... makes me quite nostalgic :)
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Gardenrelish said...

That is terrific! Thank you for hosting the linkup. Have a good week. :-)

Rose said...

And I love that you show us scenes like this!

Stef Rof said...

I saw an impressive gallery with flowers, birds and the seashore was seen in a few pictures .. A real splendor to be at least on a vacation through those lands .. Thank you for the embarrassment you made us through the parks full of flowers from your images .. I wish you a pleasant weekend!

Natasha said...

Dear Betty,

Your corner of the world is gorgeous and these pictures are empowering.

All is not hay-wire with the world. And I chose to stay with that thought. That's why I share some pictures on Peace and empowering us all. There is so much good amidst the not-so-good.

Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay. Let's all come together to heal the world. And make it a better place.

Did I get too carried away? Lol!

A Thankful Thursday to you for always cheering me up with your posts. :)

csuhpat1 said...

Such a beautiful pic. Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.