Thursday, January 5, 2012

City or Country?








Blogger went a little crazy for me today... sorry for the chaos.

32 comments:

Mari said...

There's no doubt that I'm a country girl! I always love your pictures, but especially the country ones!

Anita Johnson said...

I grew up in Chicago and now live in the country...very grateful for both experiences!

Yvonne said...

Country ..it's where I live& I ride horses. Butttt I do enjoy shopping trips to cities ;)

Brian Miller said...

i have my feet in both worlds...each has its allure to me...love that first pic...

photowannabe said...

Love the country and all the rugged barns and nature but City is pretty classy with all the architecture and interesting people. I guess its a toss-up.
Love the quote:
Snap till your heart's CONTENT. That resonates deep down inside of me, especially when people don't get why I photograph what I do sometimes.

Tracy P. said...

Yes, and yes. With a home in the burbs so that I can get to whichever one suits the fancy of the day in a flash! ;-) Am I spoiled or what???

SabrinaT said...

Seeing your pictures always makes me smile..

We live in the ccountry, but for Japan that is like a small city in the states. Having lived so close to Tokyo I much prefer the slower pace down south..

Buckeroomama said...

City girl born and bred, but I love me some country now and then. :)

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

I like living in the country, but not too far from the city. :)

Lisa Jay said...

In my romantic mind I imagine I like the country... but in reality I am an urban girl 100%

Mark said...

The older that I get, the more that I want to move to the Country. And your photos push me even more in that direction.
m.

The Incredible Woody said...

Country. Definitely:)

seriouslysassymama.com said...

I am a country girl through and through. I dream of an old farm house in the middle of a field that my girls can run around in. There is a part of me though that loves the buildings, lights, and business that a city can bring.

Caroline said...

Oh it's too hard to decide. I love the creative energy I get from being in the city...but I love the quiet and peace I get in the country. These photos are stunning!

Lolli @ Better in Bulk said...

Country all the way! Cities give me anxiety. ;)

Becca said...

Beautiful pictures friend! :-) I love my city so much, but it refreshes my heart to spend time in the country . . . so I dont know which I like better!

She Writes Here Now said...

No wonder the other comments do not align with the one photo I am seeing!

Formerly known as Frau said...

Happy Weekend Becky!

deb duty said...

Sorry you're having blogger trouble!

Maddy said...

I'm happily suburban :) Nice middle ground!

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

Beautiful shots! I am more of a country girl too, but I do like the excitement of the city every once in awhile. My mom lives in Chicago so it's fun to visit her. :)

photowannabe said...

Now I can see all the photos. Could only see one before.
Blogger does try one's patience.

Farmgirl Paints said...

i think you know the answer to this one. country all the way babe.

Angie said...

Brilliant photos! I am a city girl, definitely - I do like having the countryside there to visit though :)

the hollie rogue said...

definitely a country girl but living in the burbs :(. love your beautiful photos as per usual. thanks for linking up!

Busy Bee Suz said...

They are both fabulous...but if a gun was put to my head? I would choose Country. Any day!!!

keli [at] kidnapped by suburbia said...

both! LOL i grew up in the country but now live in "a city" - not a highrise city, but a city compared to my childhood. i think they are equally wonderful, but i guess i prefer the convenience of the city.

Abi said...

Love the city-scapes and the country-scapes! You have such a good eye!

Sarah said...

These are sooo gorgeous. I prefer country. :)

Tamar SB said...

How did I miss this!! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I'm a mix of both! I like some civilization and I like some wide open spaces!

Karli @ The Bonnie 5 said...

Oh my goodness..... CITYYYYYYY!!!!! Your city shots just make my heart soar!!! That is my absolute passion (although I'm sure no one one reads my blog would know that - LOL! I don't much of a chance to photograph the sights and sounds of a big city - WAH!)

Seriously going to peek at your city shots again...I love them that much. Tall buildings, glass, lights... {sigh}

Janelle said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love all the pictures, but I personally would choose the quiet of the country.