My other blog is more about the story that goes with the photo. On this site the photo is the story.
I imagine the people who live here are grateful that time has wandered by them! A sense of contentment and peace here!
That must be very interesting to visit as a tourist, but for nothing in the world I would like to live like them !
I have to agree with Gemma. The place looks so peaceful. Happy RT2.Mine's here.
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I used to live in Amish country in Pennsylvania, but was never brave enough to "shoot" the Amish. You captured the horse and buggy discreetly and well.Red Cactus Blossoms
Looks like a great place to visit, and take in the Amish way of life. Beautiful shot!Happy REDnesday,Carol
My greatest desire was to visit the Amish country in PA, but looks like I will never make it. However, Missouri is a little closer. They fascinate me.
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That really is an interesting and attractive photograph.
Now that is my kind of place. I'd love to visit it sometime. Thanks!
I love this! Didn't realize there were Amish settlements in Missouri. Would love to visit there.
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