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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Good Fences

For Good Fences

25 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Great shots! I love the weathered wood, wagon wheel and the horseshoe! Great finds. Have a happy day!

Gayle said...

Something comforting about old wood that has stood the test of time.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Like those old style fences!

Sandra said...

fantastic fence fotos... i can see every nail and screw in the wood and can almost feel the splinters. love that wagon wheel and the photo of it. God Bless you and your Rebel

Karen S. said...

Even pretty in color! Wow, is that green stuff real live grass? Lucky you, mine is brownish yellow yet! But it's raining....

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Gail..good morning! Your blog looks just beautiful! This is an honest comment. :) Beautiful fence photo's.

Marty Damon said...

Your photos are so good you might inspire me to put down my cell phone and go dig out a real camera!

TexWisGirl said...

love 'em! thanks, gail!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

My sister would kill for that wagon wheel and a split rail fence!!

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

That fence has seen some days- I love the old weathered rails. (and the horseshoe and wheel!)

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

My kind of fencing. I would love to see the rest of it!

C-ingspots said...

Ooohh, I love your fences! Especially that wagon wheel! That would look amazing in my yard...just sayin'. :)

You cracked me up the other day about never having slept with a goat!

Linda Kay said...

Hi, Gail...I do love those old log post fences, and the horseshoe just adds a bit of western effect!

Linda M. Carmean said...

Very nice fence, wagon wheel and horseshoe!

Sketching with Dogs said...

That's the kind of fence I love to see.
Lynne x

Mama Zen said...

That's a beautiful fence!

Ida said...

Great weathered fence. Love the wagon wheel against it.

Henny Penny said...

I love old fences and old wagon wheels...well anything old. :) I thoroughly enjoyed your bantam story about Ellie Mae. I have a bantam hen setting on eggs now and the little rooster paces and looks out for her. I can't imagine how tiny bantam chicks will look. I am so excited!

Margaret Adamson said...

love both these close up shots

Sandy said...

There's history in these pieces of wood, to bad they can't talk.

Farm Girl said...

Just lovely, I like those fences.

Susan Kane said...

The old wood fence has some years on it. So impressive, with its wrinkles and splinters.

doodles n daydreams said...

Simple and wonderful

Diana

Lynne said...

I like weathered and history!

Felicia said...

these are so cool. love the texture of the rough wood.

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