Sometimes on our photo excursions we have our how, where and what plans. Then there are times when we start out following the plans but soon thereafter just toss them in the back seat and go where the whim takes us. It’s when we’ve wandered away from the plans (and often the main roads) that we have encountered the best things. In this case we had journeyed on the paved roads for awhile when it was decided to just go that away and see where it would take us.
Being aware of signs that said keep out, no trespassing and don’t cross when there’s water we found ourselves on this one dirt road that led past a lot of open desert and a few homes. It amazed me where people had set up residence although having the Superstition Mountains in your back yard isn’t such a bad view. So while DH stayed in the car to make sure no one would take umbrage at our being parked outside of their gated driveway, I took off down the road to get a view of the mountains.
It was pretty quiet out there outside of a covey of quail (yes, I looked that up) that were making a racket and the occasional barking of a dog in the distance. Then I heard voices but couldn’t see where they were coming from until this trio appeared. By the way, is it still street photography if you’re on a dirt road 😉
Street photography indeed😀
Then it is decreed as such 🙂
It’s beautiful however you call it. Love the picture sweet friend. XOXO – Bacon
Thank you, ya little porklette 🙂 Wait till you see them next!
Riders on the road. Riders on the road. Into the desert we drive, passed No Trespassing signs. Let the barking dogs lie, as the Superstitions rise. Riders on the road.
Ummmmmmm the doors?
The Windshields. 🙂
Never heard of them.
Now you have.
It is such a beautiful place to live but, oh, not so much for me. Lisa Douglas and I have a lot in common.