I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
Looks like a great backroad to explore. But hardly what I expected for Paris. ;)
Love road photos!
No need to worry about traffic jams. It seems to go for miles and miles.☼ Sunny
Beautiful road photo, Jo! Thank for the visit and leaving sweet comment. Have a great ahead.
Thanks for visiting Gaelyn. It is quite an unobstrusive road! LOL Sunny;) that part of South Africa is very flat and you can see forever! Thanks for popping in.Hi Eden;) thanks, you have a great weekend too.
That is one long, straight road.... I can't sing the song, "The Long and WINDiNG Road" when looking at that road... Do you have speed limits there --or can you go as slow or as fast as you choose????Hugs,Betsy
It certainly looks a lot less crowded than another road to Paris.It also looks very dry.
aloha,looks like it was a nice long road to uncrowded paris, thanks for sharing.help me decide on a photo for my scenic sunday on my sari blog, thanks
The road is amazingly straight. All that flat land must be good for farming, if enough water is available.
That is a long, straight road! We mainly have winding, uphill and downhill roads here.
The long, and not so winding, road. Lovely photo.
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo