Rural Roads in the State of Alabama #Photography #Travel

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It’s funny how you get used to seeing certain things where you live. When I was in the state of Alabama, my driving companions teased me when I was saying, “What’s that?” all the time. I mean, come on, no where in the city do I ever see longhorn steer along the driveway to a restaurant or random white donkeys on the side of the road. However, it was soon my turn to get them back. When a Google Street View car drove by, something that I see fairly often, the two were incredibly giddy and excited. Here are a few photos I thought you might enjoy from the trip.

From the state of Alabama, just outside Montgomery:

Rural roads in the state of Alabama, just outside Montgomery – Longhorn steer #Travel #Photography

Rural roads in the state of Alabama, just outside Montgomery – Iron Cowboys #Travel #Photography

Rural roads in the state of Alabama, just outside Montgomery – Lone white donkey #Travel #Photography

Rural roads in the state of Alabama, just outside Montgomery – Old ghost town buildings #Travel #Photography

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  1. says

    Great views! Glad you had fun! Those horns scare me. I won’t have a cow with horns on our farm, just imagine the harm they could inflict?! We did miss our chance in dehorning one of our male goats so he is horned but it has come in handy in catching him! :)

  2. says

    How fun for you to experience something different than what you see everyday. Those pictures could have been taken in any of the areas near our home in Texas too!

  3. says

    Those are beautiful photos. I love to capture the feel of each place I visit also. I love the picture of the builidng. You can see all of the history wrapped up in that photo.

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