West Virginia side roads typically start off paved and then narrow. Before long, they turn to gravel and eventually just become hard-packed dirt as they climb over ridges and snake along narrow valleys. This road did exactly that climbing along a ridge line and becoming narrower. The mailboxes stand at the end of a country lane just waiting for the mail carrier to appear.
This image originally started off as a medium format transparency. Through the years, the color faded somewhat, but a scan to a digital format enabled the color to be restored to its original vibrancy.