Wednesday, November 12, 2014

GOOD FENCES


 These were taken back in September on one of our mini road trips in our local countryside.


Since I have been participating in Good Fences, on top of everything else, I am always looking for not only neat looking fences, but the things I see beyond those fences.  I was always looking for things beyond the fences, but never AT the fences.  Now I look at and enjoy both.  Thanks Theresa!


I love how people decorate their gardens.  I love the pink ribbon around her neck.  I love her!  I so dearly wanted to take her home.  



You can click on the name, The Run*A*Round Ranch Report, to see others takes on Good Fences.  There are some great ones out there. 

With thanks to Theresa for this fun meme.

27 comments:

  1. love the fence and pretty stone farmhouse.

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  2. cute piggy! :) and thanks for the great fence scenes!

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  3. I THOUGHT that looked like a sweet little girl piggy!!Surely even more exciting than the fence!

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  4. I wondered if that sculpture might be the real thing at first!

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  5. Your header is THRILLING!
    I thought piggie was real too.

    Nice post. I got a fence ready to go
    :-)




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  6. Loved that pig, and her ribbon and would gladly give her a home here too. Fine prosperous fences too.

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  7. Lovely country scene in the first shot but I love the pig in the second garden. Great fu.

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  8. Adorable pig, and great fence shot!

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  9. Virginia has lots of fences, at least in the area where my brother-in-law lived. It was horse country. I always enjoyed seeing the fences.

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  10. Cool fence and decoration. I wonder if the pig is symbolic of something.

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  11. i want that piggie too!! and i love your header pic!

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  12. I thought it was real first, too.

    Look beyond the fence!
    ~

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  13. I thought the same as William. Is this for real the pig. Guess not as I scrolled down farther. Ha-ha

    Nice selections.

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  14. I seriously thought that was a real pig!! Until I scrolled down to a larger cropping.

    Lovely fencing Denise. And I MUST comment on your effect around your image header. That is awesome.

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  15. I love the pig, too!! How cute - the pink ribbon is so fitting!

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  16. All lovely photos but your second one is simply superb! Love that piggy too!

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  17. I agree! Theresa has started me looking at the fences as well. Love the pig shots. What a pretty house, too. Very nice.

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  18. I have a ceramic pink piggy, and he is up in a closet...maybe I need to put him out in the garden?

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  19. What a lovely home with that fencing surround it. Oh my that Pig is adorable, so glad you spotted it and photographed it to share.

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  20. I want that pig too -- and I don't even have a yard to put her in. So cute.

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  21. LOVE the decorative pig! Such a lovely yard...nice fence and house too. I know what you mean about looking at the fence, too, now. :-)

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  22. What a pretty place. The pig is cute!

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  23. Love old farm houses they have such character and they're built much better as well.

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  24. The houses look wonderful and I too love good garden decoration. I hate to see a plain bit of grass.

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