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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Journey's End


Well it looks like it doesn't it?

Actually Journey's End is the name of the private house on the right which has an entrance off Cock Brow.

The public footpath from Windy Harbour leads left of Journey's End over Idle Hill towards Low End Farm.

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24 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Great shot! And yes, it does look like the end of the road or the journey! I love it!

Sylvia

RuneE said...

I found that name a bit spooky, or maybe I have read to many novels by Agatha Christie @ al.

Amin said...

Beautiful photo.

Cezar and Léia said...

Interesting name...
God bless you!
Cezar

Dimple said...

Good shot, and good name for the home AND the post!

lovesheffield said...

This a lovely shot, great colours.

Life with Kaishon said...

What a beautiful picture. I just love it. Wow.

Rafael said...

this photo is amazing, i just love the scenery

photowannabe said...

Really nice scenery and I love the name of the place. Great choice for the letter J.

Mara said...

Lovely spot, I wouldn't mind spending some time there (provided there was internet of course)

Stan Ski said...

It looks so isolated, and cold.

Johnny Nutcase said...

looks like the house has a pretty fantastic view!

ρομπερτ said...

The view from its living room must be great.

Please have a wonderful Wednesday.

Tumblewords: said...

Interesting! It surely does appear to be the journey's end. Desolate and run-down and still exuding such beauty.

Jama said...

Looks like a beautiful place to just stand around and not taking another step further! maybe that's why they name the place Journey's End.

Lois said...

It's a beautiful place with a beautiful name!

Lucka said...

Great shot, great scenery! The litte bit of snow make the picture more interesting.

snapperoni said...

A fitting title!

I quite like the scenery in the back..

Tumblewords -- Haha, i like how you described it, definitely comes off like that.

Rose said...

What a wonderful view you would have if you lived there!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Hmm, we both posted about old houses today, must be a connection ?
I love your photo, and what an interesting name !
The photo of the old place on my blog today, was taken in Watertown, Tennessee a rural town five miles from my home.
I pass it weekly, and always wonder about the family who once lived there.

JUDO said...

NICE SHOT!

Roger Owen Green said...

Ah, there IS no place like home. Tho the title, in fact, made me think of death!

jay said...

Looks like an idyllic spot .. in summer! Not at all sure I'd feel the same in the depths of the winter.

Crechat 39 said...

This is my house !!!!!!!
The path leading down to it belongs to the local council who don't maintain it so it looks wild. The main rooms of the house look over the valley you can see on the right.
It is pretty bleak in winter but beautiful in its has own way. It has always been known as Journeys End. When we moved there we intended for it to be so for us but I now live in France. My daughters still live in the house and love it.

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