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:

Felicia said...

love the fence and pretty stone farmhouse.

TexWisGirl said...

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

Ginny said...

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

William Kendall said...

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

Cloudia said...

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

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




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Elephant's Child said...

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

Margaret Adamson said...

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

Stephanie said...

Adorable pig, and great fence shot!

Linda Gross said...

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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Yogi♪♪♪ said...

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

Tanya Breese said...

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

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I thought it was real first, too.

Look beyond the fence!
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carolann said...

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

Nice selections.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

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.

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

These are gorgeous shots!

Carola Bartz said...

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

Karen S. said...

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

Karen Schurr said...

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

Linda Kay said...

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

Ida said...

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.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

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

Marie said...

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. :-)

Brian King said...

That's a beautiful place!

Adam said...

cool fence and faux pig

Pat said...

What a pretty place. The pig is cute!

Marie Flutterby said...

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

SeagullSuzie said...

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