Saturday, February 2, 2008

Narrow Feed The Road

This is a very narrow feed the road in our place back home. This road built by the native residents long long years ago to be able to pass the other island by land transportation and not by boat. Today, they keep on developing this road, adding some cement and hopefully they can widen this very long narrow road that measures approximately of 7 Kilometers.

84 comments:

Jane said...

I love photo hunter for "taking" me places I would never see otherwise. Very neat picture. So different from my everyday view of the world.

eastcoastlife said...

Hope they can speed up the widening of the road and tar it. It must be inconvenient for the residents.

JesieBlogJourney said...

Creating one narrow road is better than relying just on the water. I feel safer on road than water anyway.

Thanks for visiting my hunt.

WillThink4Wine said...

I've been all around the globe today. Thank you for a glimpse of the Philipines!

poor man's nicole richie said...

may the road widening prosper so that the village people's activities of daily living will be easier to carry out.

hope though that it won't be plagued by illegal vendors and parkers. LOL

Morning Sniffles

Dragonheart & Merlin said...

That does look like a narrow road. Hopefully it will be widened.

Yen said...

Great shot,Darlz!

leslie said...

Nice shot and good take on Narrow.

Sarge Charlie said...

excellent

Dianne said...

It's interesting to see how roads change. Our road was a dirt road about 60 odd years ago. If you saw the traffic on it now, you would think that was amazing.

Natalie said...

Great photo for the theme! Say "hi" to the Utah mountains for me, I'm from there and am homesick.

My photo hunt is up here.

Julie said...

beautiful picture. Great choice for the theme. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend.

Aileni said...

That could be a long, narrow drive at night. Do any animals appear suddenly? We get deer hopping into the roads here - but they are not very straight. What is that like in the wet?
Good take. Thanks for your comment.

Sue said...

Goodly shot! Happy Photo Hunting!

Rebecca said...

Nice shot!

Dragonstar said...

I've seen so many different places today. Your road is certainly narrow. Thanks for visiting.

Carver said...

I like the photograph you chose for the theme. It's been fun seeing narrow spaces across the world in this thread.

Gattina said...

7 km ! that's very long for such a narrow road !

A. said...

That's a lovely photo for the theme. I love the way it stretches away behind the trees.

mousey said...

nice pic for narow theme.

hope the improvement of road will be enjoyed by the residents there.

happy hunting!

Love Bears All Things said...

Looks kind of rough like the roads where I grew up.
Mama Bear

JC said...

That is very cool... love the tree lined composition you took. Well done!

jientje said...

This is a glimpse of the Phillipines,
Mine is a glimpse of Morrocco! I love travelling on the internet! Great picture, and I hope that road STAYS narrow, it would be a shame building a highway in such unspoilt nature? I think?

Sandy C. said...

Wow! That's a fabulous shot :) What a great choice for today's theme.

ellen b. said...

Narrow and it looks rough going too...

jams o donnell said...

What a beautiful sight. Happy weekend

Pamela said...

Great shot! I agree, it's nice to visit other parts of the world through photohunters. Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend!

the teach said...

We came upon such roads in Hawaii...we were walking - I don't think I would drive a car down a narrow road like this! Thanks for visiting me!

Michelle Johnson said...

Love the picture you chose for the theme. Hope you can get that road widened and everyone can safely cross. I agree with everyone else, I have enjoyed looking at the photos from all around the world. Have a nice weekend. Happy Photo Hunting~

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Eve said...

Beautiful narrow road. I'm like Jientje I think it would be too bad to put a fully-developed road there and spoil the nature beauty.

Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment. I love hearing from others.

Today has really been a trip around the world. Great experience.

pat said...

What a great shot!! :-)

Happy Weekend.

Jenty said...

Great shot for the theme! Thanks for the visit.

Scott said...

Good picture!

Thanks for visiting...

Anna said...

Ka remember man sab ko ani tong cge ko adto sa akong grandparents sa una ba, ing-ana gyud ang dalan hehehhehe...Nice shot dai Darlene....Thanks for sharing....

Thanks for stopping by diay sa akong blog...

claudie said...

When we use daily a road we don't think how pratical it can be and with your explanations I understand the importance of them!
Thanks for your visit!

g_mirage said...

So nice! Pinas ba yan? Great take on the theme. This also reminds me of the road less travelled... Ingat!

Jennifer in OR said...

A great photo, and such green trees! I'm sure someday it won't look like that anymore, so it's good you have the picture to remind you. Thanks for visiting my "narrow" river photo!

Ginni Dee said...

Great shot, I love the "feel" of your photo!!

I'm going to explore your blog further, it looks great!

Thanks for visiting my blog!

boffthewall said...

Great shot! Thanks for stopping by my blog! :-)

coloursofdawn said...

That is very interesting. A great photo also. There is a farm on lowland not far from here which has a house built on fill. They bring in cement and dirt and there is a driveway built the same. It looks a bit like an island with a moat in spring when all the land around floods from the snow melting.

imac said...

Nice Narrow lane, thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments.

Snap Catch said...

great catch for the theme... hope' you'll visit mine too..

Heather said...

Great photo, and such an interesting post, too. I love being able to see other parts of the world. Thanks for sharing!

And thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you have a great weekend!

TiOheM said...

My entry is about road too - the Kennon Road. Have a nice weekend.

jmb said...

Not only narrow but a rough road as well. Maybe one day it will be paved and easy to drive then everyone will remember the great natural road they used to have.
Thanks for visiting and have a great weekend.

BlurMommy said...

Great shot of a narrow road! Thanks for the visit.

archie said...

A wonderful view and a great take on the theme

""rare jonRez"" said...

nice one darl!!! nah daghan man na sa atoa nga kalsada oi. hehe.. hapit na ka makabalaik ug tamak dha.. soon/ hehe.. salamat pagbisia ha... di jud ko ka-hop ug sayo oi.. permi lang ko late kay nanimba mi. :)

jenny said...

That's good that people work together to make the whole community's life better.

Nice photo! Thanks for the visit.

PastorMac's Ann said...

Nice choice for our narrow theme.

si kiky said...

we came up with same thing...the street. :-D

Deb said...

Great shot! Seems almost like a dream. Great mood!

Thanks for the visit!

dabooklady said...

wonderful feed road...good choice, and I like your music.. :)

mistyeiz said...

that is indeed a narrow road so here's hoping roadworks go well. :) thanks for sharing.

Tokenhippygirl said...

Nice....

Joshua said...

this is a nice presentation of the theme.
hope that road widening will be realized soon.

Cindy said...

Beautiful!!! Thanks for visiting my blog!

**"Liza"** said...

Great hot here Darls..;)

mama meji said...

This pics makes me wonder where in the Phils. you're really from.

Bankerchick said...

That road does qualify as narrow. I was trying to figure out what islands were in Utah until I read on!

The Trier and Jen said...

well done
I like the look and layout of your blog thanks for visiting mine

The Trier and Jen said...

well done
I like the look and layout of your blog thanks for visiting mine

byrningbunny said...

Good one for narrow. Looks like it might sink into the water.

Gellianne said...

Hi!Thanks for the visit!A real narrow road indeed!

genny said...

Nindot man imo pics Darl. Maayong weekend diha.

tanabata said...

Good shot. That really is a narrow road. Thanks for stopping by.

napaboaniya said...

7km of narrow road.. woah! It best they can do up the road for more conveniance :)

nikkipolani said...

That is quite narrow for such a thoroughfare! But better than water only.

Expat Traveler said...

very interesting, and i can't imagine how crazy it could be when it rains!

yogatta said...

have a great sunday!

YTSL said...

My first reaction was: This sure doesn't look like Utah! Then, after reading a bit more about you, I "got" where "back home" is... ;b

Heart of Rachel said...

I'm sure residents are looking forward to the development of that road to make traveling more convenient and comfortable.

Sabine said...

Beautiful photo! Such a road would come in handy to connect our island (Gozo) to the main island. But then it wouldn't be as peaceful any longer ...

Happy Sunday, and thanks for dropping by! :)

Colin Campbell said...

Only 200 years until it is a highway.

Bengbeng said...

using this road might be quite an adventure if it rains heavily i think.. we have many roads like that over here

Star8278 said...

Wow! That is narrow.
Thanks for stopping by my post!

Have a great day.

Liz said...

Lovely photo and an interesting story behind it. Thank you.

Shoshana said...

Darlene, that's is very narrow. Reminds me of the 3 km road leading to my granpa's farm in the Philippines. I think we call it 'libaong'

Angela (Gran) said...

Perfect photo for the narrow theme....it is a narrow road.

Thanks for your visit!
Happy Weekend!

Mec said...

ugh... most of our roads are narrow no?

except, i think, the NLEX and that major road in CDO :D

Katney said...

Thank you for the interesting tour.

Lawstude said...

Beautiful shot. Nice blog.

Kate said...

That road looks like it'd wash away with the rain...

I think for a lot of us, who are used to paved roads and painted lines, that this seems quite the gamble to drive...

Kate said...

That road looks like it'd wash away with the rain...

I think for a lot of us, who are used to paved roads and painted lines, that this seems quite the gamble to drive...