Some Roads I Have Been Taken With …

… and the photos taken of the roads taken, for this week’s photo challenge of The Road Taken.


A path, really, leading to one of the heads of Lulworth Cove.


Riding along a Natal Midlands forest road with surprises in fauna and flora round every corner.


A road in the Natal Midlands which takes one through, and to, some wonderful rural views.


Roads in a private game park on the Natal North Coast well worth taking.

© March 2017 Colonialist

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15 Responses to Some Roads I Have Been Taken With …

  1. What a thrill to see my old childhood haunt, Lulworth Cove… I swam in the ice-cold waters the side we’re looking across to, where hardly anyone else walked… a pebbly beach and lots of sea-weed…silence and emptiness back then…1952


  2. Barb says:

    Thank you. Thank you. I so love a road stretching before me with all the possibilities.


  3. calmgrove says:

    Celebrities and reality TV stars have made a cliche of the ‘journey’ they’ve taken, but nothing can beat real life journeys — except those in the imagination. Lovely images.


    • colonialist says:

      We were really into journeys when younger, even when we had children. The campervan would head out with no specific destination. Three weeks later we would return after covering many thousands of kilometres of deserted stretches south, north or west, sleeping where we found ourselves every night.

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  5. cobbies69 says:

    I can see why. Rugged but beautiful.

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  6. Very nice roads to travel.


  7. A nice collection of adventurous roads, Col!


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