It must be very old, like before asphalt was used? How long is it and where does it go? So interesting, something you just don't see.
...my kind of road.
Incredible. I love this pic.
the streets here where my grandmother lived were brick like this until the late 70's. I loved the sound of the tires on bricks humming
Hello, it is a pretty view of the brick road. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!
A fine picture of this unusual road. It makes a good subject for this post.
Very good capture. It looks even better, when I enlarged the pictures.
That is neat and unusual.It's also a perfect picture for black and white.
I like all the photos on this blog.Love the black and white colors on this one. Great Shots. Have a wonderful weekend, cheers.
How amazing ... & enticing as I'd love to follow that brick road around the bend.
Had to enlarge it to see it's actually brick!
That is pretty amazing. We don't have a road like that out here!
Stanwood has two brick roads from way way before my time. Bumpty bump!MB
Great withstand all these years… beautiful road with the curve
I agree :)
There are still brick roads in South Bend Indiana. I wounder how yours has changed from 1975 to now.Tell Roger I said Happy Father's Day.xx, Carol
Wow so cool. I didn't think any roads like this existed yet.
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