A photographer captures the majestic image of a horse on film. The horse's neck and head is centered in the frame, with a rural image blurred in the background. The white horse has a majestic neck, a beautiful head, a big eye, and perky ears.
A two-story prefabricated log home is built on a rural lot, complete with pine trees and mountain ranges. The large, sweeping porch allows the homeowners to enjoy views from all sides of the log home.
A snowy, nighttime scene of a long, winding road in Alberta, Canada, is punctuated by the colorful aurora borealis. White, yellow, and light pink lights are featured in the indigo blue sky.
This cover of the Sears Roebuck catalog (1921 edition) shows the Sears Roebuck Company headquarters building in Chicago, Illinois. American shoppers, especially in rural areas, used this mail order catalog to purchase many of life's basic necessities.
An athletic rollerblader wearing blue jeans and blue, gray, and black rollerblades rolls down a sunny path. The green grass and trees in the background indicate that the workout is occurring in a rural area.
Learn about urban, rural, and suburban real estate markets in Alabama. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Alabama real estate resources on this page.
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Most of Russia is rural and undeveloped but Moscow and St. Petersburg attract many visitors annually. Learn more about points of interest with this Russian travel guide.
Poking his head out of the window, Jake enjoys a special feature of his stall. The horse barn was designed to blend with the rural countryside, and it was built by a custom barn builder.
FARMERS: 50% BACK TRUMP, 32% BIDEN The heartland has some good news for President Trump. A survey of farmers and rural Americans finds that they favor the president over Democratic nominee Joseph R. ...
Jennifer Harper. Washington Times. Sun, 27 Sep 2020 21:55:30 -0400.
We spoke to the curators of a cultural center in rural Virginia who have redoubled their efforts to help shape the future of Black Appalachia.
Oliver Whang. New York Times. Sat, 26 Sep 2020 15:09:56 +0000.
The rural upstate New York hamlet of Swastika is keeping its name, despite a complaint that it symbolises the hate and intolerance of the Nazi regime.The unincorporated crossroads in the Adirondack Mountain town of Black ...
New Zealand Herald. Sat, 26 Sep 2020 12:25:33 +1200.