Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Highway 40 looking west - downtown Ocala

21 comments:

Los Angeles Suburbia said...

What a quiet street view. Nicely composed.

Halcyon said...

Ahhh... the big city of Ocala!

Olivier said...

je suis d'accord avec "los angeles", c'est pas jour de solde ;)

Memphis MOJO said...

Main Street USA, nice.

magiceye said...

wonderfully composed and shot

Unseen Rajasthan said...

What a lovely starting of highway !! I loved the shot !!

cieldequimper said...

I love these street views. What time was it? Was everybody in the middle of their siestas?

Small City Scenes said...

Nice wide road. Is that a railroad crossing? Very pleasant. MB

VP said...

Not much traffic for a highway, great idea for a picture.

brattcat said...

Definitely a different feel from New England...I don't know...is it the architecture, the flatness, the palm trees?

B SQUARED said...

To be honest, I would never recognize it.

Small City Scenes said...

Hi Jacob, regarding your comment on my blog: No I didn't use a tripod (I don't even have one) for the moon shot. I stood out on my deck and took about 7 shots and and that was the most centered. I've just been fortunate I think.

Aren't dogs so funny!!

Thanks for the nice comments too. MB

Jarart said...

It looks like a nice street in a nice town. I like the RR crossing. Towns with the RR going through are getting to be scarce.

Daryl said...

A lot of lanes .. is there usually a lot of traffic?

Paula said...

I like this daytime view. It's a very contemporary scene, but I always wonder if future generations will marvel at all the wires holding everything together. :)

Per Stromsjo said...

Sure looks like a railroad crossing. See - there's hope for you guys too! ;)

In case anyone would have been able to confuse this with downtown Stockholm, those trees should settle the issue.

Lois said...

I like the palms!

Trillian said...

It seems a very quiet road ... it's always like this? Nice shot!

EG Wow said...

I see the train runs right through town. Is there a station there too? Where is everyone. At the mall?

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Those palm trees hint that we are in Florida! So peaceful.

Jan
GDP

Marie-Noyale said...

It's always very hard for me to figure out which is West which is East!!!

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