The Carriage Road

 
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I doubt the horses enjoyed pulling their passengers up and down this narrow road in its heyday. At this point I was close to Sam's Point, but stopped to admire the beautiful craggy outcroppings. This is another 3-frame panorama - only it's stacked up and down, rather than sideways,

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TravlynWomyn - May 24, 2008 09:11 AM EDT
Carol, it could not have been an easy climb to the top - and I have no idea how two carriages passed each other - even when the road was properly paved. There are hairpin turns and steep dropoffs. Even walking, the thought of iminent rain turning the road into a slippery slide with high winds made me wonder about the safety of the horses on their steep downward descent. Vicki
shutterbug - May 24, 2008 05:13 AM EDT
Very interesting to imagine the Horse and Carriage traveling that narrow crooked road,lovely photo! Carol
TravlynWomyn - May 23, 2008 08:45 AM EDT
Good morning, Alandra - I'm not afraid of heights - as long as I have something solid in front of me - but the winds here come up fast and fierce out of nowhere - and I was at the top by myself. Once I started back down I was more aware of areas where huge chunks of the mountain had broken off - to put it mildly, it was a bit of an eerie feeling! Vicki
alandrapal - May 22, 2008 11:52 PM EDT
great image, Vicki. echoing all the other comments, and agreeing about the stone masons' work. I don't like heights, so wouldn't want to venture up there, esp in strong winds.
TravlynWomyn - May 22, 2008 08:51 PM EDT
Thank you, Ann - it was so windy at the Point up top that I had to give the stone masons a lot of credit for completing the wall up there many years ago. Vicki
A.Lovely - May 22, 2008 05:32 PM EDT
Vickie what wonderfully captured photograph. The framing of the rocks by the trees softens the rugged rock formation. This is such a interesting and well composed photograph.
TravlynWomyn - May 22, 2008 04:43 PM EDT
Thank you Beverly - it was the only way I could capture the full height of Sam's Point. Vicki
talsi - May 22, 2008 02:32 PM EDT
Nice image - good job putting it together.

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