Definitely country. Beautiful scenery and Happy Independence Day to you! xo
Country for me...but the city has some appeal...for a visit! HaHugsSueAnn
HI Jill I live in a town however I can be at the beach in 7 minutes walking time and into the country about 10 minutes walking time. Must quickly be car obviously so I am spoiled. I have the best of both worlds and then I have my getaway 'old caravan' which is diffently in the country - it is in a field. Look at my post today to see what i discovered there!!! Margaret
Hi Jill. I was country and now am big city. Love your shots ... make me wish for the country! :D :D Happy 4th...enjoy!
Without a doubt- No city dwelling for this beach loving southern gal.Great pics and song lyrics Jill.
I so love your country picks; gorgeous....I like the beach and I like the mountain country. I like to visit the city but I don't want to live there all the time....
I'm 100% a city girl, but I also love driving and walking down country roads and beaches! Great pictures and great song.
Beautiful landscapes! The question poses a bit of a dilemma for me... I'm a city girl at heart, but find the water + mountains are better at soothing the soul. Probably why I love places like San Francisco and Barcelona so much, they offer both :)
COUNTRY!!!!! (did you hear me scream my answer?) :)
Definitely country, but not without many city visits.
Where is your pic of West Virginia?
Actually, Bear, there's a possibility one (or more) of the pics is from W. Virginia. We were traveling through the Shenandoah Valley when I took these.
Creative set of pictures! I am a country girl at heart and live 30 miles from the nearest small town.
I am a city girl, but I love driving in the country and finding scenes and barns like yours. Thanks for sharing!!
Very pretty and pastoral country scenes. I'm a "city girl" but don't mind visiting the country now & then.
Awesome country photos - I want to jump in. I'm a city working, suburban living, country weekender - I guess I can't decide. I'd like to kiss the city and suburbs goodbye, though, and just stay in the country - much more serene... Sigh...
country NEAR the city.or city near the country?no, definitely country within an easy (and beautiful)drive to good shops, music, coffee, eateries and parks.(I don't ask much, do I?)sing it, John (first song I ever learned on the guitar;oh how I'd bellow it out:))-Jennifer
these are so beautiful! wow! what a place to live! happy 4th July
What fun!! Nothing better than the country to clear the mind and the soul!
i am a city girl through and through BUT i do enjoy visiting the country ... lots of new photo ops there .. looks like you are having a wonderful time
Born city but got to the country as soon as possible. Love John Denver and love these images! Where were you? Is this Georgia?
I am COUNTRY all the way... lovely photos.. my favorite is the barns - I'll take one.. wink!Hugs
Beautiful rural shots!
Living in the heart of the city now...but dreaming of the country!!
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