A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
There are stories in those tracks! Best wishes for 2008!
Yes, we just keep on tracking, don't we? Happy New Year!
Frost and dirt together--not the best of friends but so much a part of the winter scene. Together they create a feeling of isolation.God bless, and happy 2008.
this makes me think of the walmart parking lot on christmas. tracks laid, stories made, parking lot now empty. thank you! A Laughing Gypsy
Love it! I've seen stuff like that! :)
Beauty in the most mundane places!Well done.Happy new year.
Fascinating patterns crop up everywhere - if you watch for them.You obviously do.A Happy Blogging New Year to You!
nice one gerald - may I wish you and yours a joyous and peaceful 2008john
The devil is in the details ... lovely observation. Peace & happiest new year wishes, JP/deb
you have a keen eye~!happy new year!
how lovely! it is so descriptive. This is my first week with this. My second haiku. http://meeyauw-pad.blogspot.com
Your haiku leaves one wondering where those tracks are coming from? I can relate to your haiku though we get little ice here in Texas. :)S
your haiku took me home to the UK and all those memories of winter!
I haven't seen trolley tracks since I was a little girl in Brooklyn. Now all we need are the cobblestone streets. Good Haiku that packs a lot in a little space. Nice photo too!.love-bd