Amish Modes of Transportation ~ 1







Throwing in an Amish barn for good measure.


Linking with THE BARN COLLECTIVE
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Next week on part 2 I'll show you some buggy images. 

Comments

Tom said…
Is this in the "Big Valley?' Tom The Backroads Traveller
Love photos of the Amish transportation. Love the old barn too.
Carola Bartz said…
Wonderful! It's like going back to a different time.
Gail Dixon said…
Your series on the Amish is so charming.
Stephanie said…
These are great shots, Felicia!
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
I love your pics, unique and attractive.
TexWisGirl said…
sweet, simple, difficult.
Judy said…
I love that last landscape with the barn!!
Bethany Carson said…
Very nice photos. It has been a while since I've been in Amish country. They've chosen a difficult lifestyle and can be admired for sticking with their beliefs in spite of the difficulties.
I don't think I'd want to part with modern transportation and technology.
These are all beautiful scenes - I love your post processing effects.

Visiting from Rubbish Tuesday,

Lindy
Montanagirl said…
Super nice photos - I like the horse and buggy mode.
D.Nambiar said…
Nice pictures. Thank you for these sights. If I hadn't seen those shows, I'd have probably thought these were from another time.
Thanks again. :)
Stewart M said…
Nice pictures. I saw some similar sights in Ohio.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
I shall in future think of my bicycle as an Amish mode of transport. Some fine pictures.
Leovi Leovi said…
Yes, indeed, wonderful pictures, I like those traditional cars!
annepayne said…
Fabulous images! Love the way you processed them. And such a beautiful view behind the barn :)
eileeninmd said…
I love the horse and buggy. The second and last shots are my favorite.. Beautifully done, Felicia.. Have a great day!
Mersad said…
Very atmospheric shots. I really like them.
Farmhouse prims said…
Felicia, your photography is just lovely, they would make beautiful note cards. hugs, Lecia
Roan said…
I sometimes think we need to go back to this type of transportation. Would certainly be better for the environment, but can you imagine how early you would have to leave for work? No way! Nice barn, too!
Gert said…
Gorgeous photos!
Wonderful photos and impressions. Like in a movie... Fantastic !
Best regards, Synnöve
What a fun series. You got beautiful pictures.
Karen S. said…
Quite lovely, they do have a beautiful way of living in the world and nature!
Thank you Felicia. These are wonderful images of this very fascinating culture .. And the beautiful countryside where they .. And you .. Live.
don said…
I have to admire the Amish lifestyle that they continue to maintain despite all the encroachment of modern things. Nice shooting.
Debby Ray said…
Beautiful, peaceful images.
I admire the Amish and all that they stand for. Great pictures. Can't wait for the next installment.
Marie said…
Gorgeous photos! Love seeing their way of life, holding to the country values we once had! Sometimes I wish again for that simpler time! But if it happened, I wouldn't be commenting on this blog post because there would be no blog post because there would be no computers....oh well. :-)
Monika MW said…
Just gorgeous photos. Very nice pictures, Have a great day.
Linda W. said…
I'd love to visit Amish country! How lucky that you live nearby.
barbara l. hale said…
Wonderful photos! Love that barn you threw in!!
Gosia k said…
I can't believe my eyes it is 21st century OMG . I am sure about it in Europe but not in the US
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Kaya said…
Ohh, how I would love to be in this place! Everything touched my heart and especially the barn.

Fantastic photos and so beautifully done1
Al said…
Beautiful scenes - I'd love to visit Amish country.
Beautiful images of the 'simple' life. Lovely scenery along the way. xo Karen
Brian King said…
These are beautiful!
I always enjoy the photos of Amish life, just wouldn't want to live it. Very nice photos.
CDH said…
Always intrigued by the Amish....would love to spend a few months living with them. But I'd be banished I'm sure! Lol!
I'd be the girl working the cows and horses! :)
Cheri
Grandma Honey said…
I think the Amish enjoy life in a way the rest of us will never know.
According to the UN, the Amish are definitely onto something! Think we will all be peddling and riding in the future.
Wonderful contrast between the old fashioned carriage and the modern road!

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carolann said…
All these shots are beautiful!
EG CameraGirl said…
Although there life is hard I think it would be interesting to live a week with an Amish family to see what it's really like without our modern conveniences.
RA Berks said…
Sweet photos! Looking forward to more! I find most of how they live very neat and am working kinda towards that.
Jeevan said…
Excellent photos, Felicia! The second one was impressive among others
Mascha said…
Painterly pictures, tells me a story...
Trace4J said…
Beautiful.
Again what a gift you have sweet friend.
Woolie HUGS
Hazel Ceej said…
What beautiful country scenes! And really charming modes of transportation. I wish I could ride in one one day.
Amy Burzese said…
Nice captures, Felicia. thanks for joining this week! Looking forward to more.
Birgitta said…
Nice photos! Interesting post!