34 thoughts on “Cow Lane Hikers

  1. loisajay

    This is so pretty, Chris. If any of these gentlemen knew you were taking their picture, they should have asked for a copy. This is ‘hang worthy.’ Gorgeous colors.

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  2. Sandra

    I hit send by mistake. Wanted to add that I like the perspective. Great colors too. I hope youโ€™re doing well! Hope youโ€™re enjoying another day off.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Sandra. I’ve photographed this area before and so have good ideas for locations to take pics from. The colors were beautiful that day. Yay to a bonus day off. I hope you had a good one.

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  3. Karen

    Love your photo and I’m happy to have discovered your blog. I used to live in Danville, NH on a farm with a 300 tree apple orchard, large barn and historic 1730’s home. We had a narrow cow lane that went from our barn that now leads into the woods but I’m sure at one time it was all fields.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Oh, thank you. That sounds like it must have been a beautiful home. So much of ENew England was fields at one time. We don’t have many areas with really old growth trees.

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