Header Challenge 16th February 2011 – `Tracks`

The theme for this weeks challenge has been kindly set by Tom -  fishing guy and is `Tracks`.

Now many of you would think, knowing that I worked on the railway for a number of years, that railway tracks would be my chosen photo subject in relation to this theme, but, no! you’d be wrong.

I’ve decided to stay well clear of the railway tracks on this occasion, and so, camera in hand I went out to see what other tracks I could find.

Well one of the first tracks I came across was from my car tyres. Here they are leaving tracks in the mud…

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As you can see, Its been a bit on the wet side recently and as we live on a country lane tyre tracks in the mud are a common occurrence.

The roads near where we live are themselves just tracks really…

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Welcome to the Lincolnshire countryside!

Coming back into the house, and the warmth, after the cold damp trip around the country lanes, I decided to put on some music and realised that here was even more tracks; the tracks on a music CD…

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Here you go I've taken some close-up macro shots of the cd tracks for you.

The CD I chose even has `Tracks` in it’s title…

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For my header though this week I have gone for one of the many farm tracks around my house, one our girls frequently use to walk our dog.

I wonder what track my fellow headbangers have travelled down for their headers this week?

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8 comments:

imac said...

Country Tracks, nice one Dave, I very neally went with this idea, but no I had to go with Steam,lol.

Good ol muddy tracks too.

Dave said...

Thanks, they certainly are muddy and full of pot holes too.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Dave: Very nice captures of the theme. You are certainly into a Spring looking tracks.

Gailsman said...

The good old Lincolnshire farmland. Always a rich source of inspiration, which you've found today

Lanny said...

Your hitting close to home for me with this header, looks like what I've been staring at, only in my view there's way more muck. Top o' my boots muck.

mel said...

oh yes lots of mud :)

Esther said...

Great photo's wish it weren't so muddy sometimes though. :)

Dave said...

I think we all wish it wasn't so muddy sometimes, Esther.

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