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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Rabbit Lane

Followers of Wigger's World may think they've seen this picture before. Indeed that is Tom's Landrover, but my photograph is from a slightly different angle.

This is the bottom of Rabbit Lane taken through the windscreen. We've already driven past the prettiest of the cottages.

Tom went back another day for a Walk down Rabbit Lane and his collection of posts will give you a good insight into life on the edge of Hyde.

My other ABC-Wednesday R posts this week are ~~ Restaurant (British) at Old Hyde ~~ Reflections in a Teapot at Ackworth born, gone West ~~ Roadworks at Sithenah

To visit more ABC-Wednesday posts go to Mrs. Nesbitt's Place.


FO - 2 said...

I wondered right now - yes. ;)
Nice shots from Rabbit Lane.

Jane Hards Photography said...

Wigger's world has had some lovely post about this area. I jus adore the name. Another goody.

Tanya Breese said...

I love Rabbit Lane. I will have to come back to see the link to Wiggers Rabbit Lane photos (have to wake the kids up now!) :)

Juliana RW said...

never been there :D

Will you visit mine Thanks

DeeJay said...

great R post
There are some wonderful names out there to find
reminds me to take a photo of a local sign here for two towns (well 1 town one village) where the two names appearing one above the other are HAM SANDWICH

imac said...

Nice shots Gerald, looks a great place to walk.

pop and see my ABC.

Petunia said...

Nice shot and post this time too!

Petunia's ABC

Leslie: said...

We used to take our children to a local forested area that we dubbed "Rabbit Park" because of all the wild rabbits to be found there. Love the rustic nature of your photos. :D

Tom said...

I thought I reconised that old land rover... nice to see Rabbit Lane here Gerald.

Anonymous said...

I hope no little animals dare to step into the road there. Wow that is narrow! I'm surprised they allow vehicles through! But so picturesque.

Maria Verivaki said...

wiggers world, rabbit lane - am i right to suggest that these names were born during victorian times (correct me if i'm wrong)

mrsnesbitt said...

Glad you bobbed along for this one.

Louis la Vache said...

PeRfectly appRopRiate pictuRes!

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