Discussion in 'Postcards from Planet Earth' started by Meliai, Nov 22, 2010.
these were all taken between north carolina and the canadian border of new york
I like this one the best for some reason. Maybe it's the blurred speed sign in the foreground.
thank you! i took most of these pictures through the car window so the glare is kinda bugging me..it was too cold to roll down the window lol
You weren't even willing to open the windows and freeze your arms off? Come on.
lol i'm from SC, us southerners don't handle the cold very well
i hate the drive from nc to ny. you're weird
lol I thought it was beautiful, I didn't really expect to see so much farmland, but that was the first time I've ever made that drive; I could see how it could be a pretty boring drive after the first time.
fucking Pennsylvania is the worst part i think.
great pictures...which border to Canada..and did you cross?
Cool stuff, I love my state of New York....
and Yeah PA is a drag.
I miss the east, I never noticed the plant diversity until I moved away
I visited someone in a small town called Chazy, NY right on the border. I didn't cross, I need to renew my passport and i wasn't sure how strict canadian border control is about passports now....damn patriot act
oh and i love pennsylvania for some reason...the old steel mill towns have the worst fucking stench and theres a haze that hangs over them that makes it hard to breathe, but theres something kinda romantic about them....i have no idea why i'm romantisizing towns that have suffered economic collapse. Amish country is really beautiful too, and I think the Amish are kinda bad ass. Also love the old Dutch style farmhouses. So overall I'm definitely a fan of the state of PA. i'll leave you all with a weird ass billy joel video about allentown, pa.
My uncle lived in Allentown for most of my life.
I take back my Pennsylvania is a drag comment. I always have a bad prejudice because it is very commonly overcast or cloudy, but I am here right now at my uncles place in the South East region, it was a beautiful for most of the day. He moved from Allen Town...to Somewhere else...to Sunbury...to Mercersburg in Franklin County. The towns, the small towns and their shoppes are real real nice in this state truly, and I definitely love the hilly region, I'll probably come skiing here in February. Lots of hip people around the state too, in these little towners.
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