It was a beautiful November afternoon, so I decided to shoot
the remnants of a cattle lane that runs parallel to the
northwest stonewall at Shady Lane Farm.
What's left of the cattle lane is made up of these granite
blocks with heavy gage wire around them. This one still has the
remants of a cedar post affixed to it.
Here you can see two of the blocks (most were used for other
projects by prior owners). They're on the far left and far
Here are two more. The dark one on the left and that leaning
one on the far right are the last in line and closest to the
forest, which was obviously pasture at one time.
A great shot of Shady Lane Farm at sunset as seen from the
This shot shows two more blocks. Notice how the old trees appear to be in a line. They must have been saplings when this cattle lane was in use. (The woods on the other side of the stonewall were clearcut by a neighbor 15 years ago. They've really come back.)