Thursday, February 19, 2015

GOOD FENCES


These fences were found on a road we had not traveled before, when we took an exit one too early on our way to Skyline Drive.  Our mistake turned into a beautiful drive on country roads we had not explored before. 








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37 comments:

Linda said...

Beautiful series, Denise, especially the first photo. Wow!!!

Kay said...

I really do especially love that second photo! The perspective is fabulous!

Margaret Adamson said...

The colours in the first shot are lovely.

Derek said...

Great photos.

We build a lot of fences but they're rarely as sturdy or beautiful as these.

Have a nice day.

Mascha said...

Great photos! My favorite is the second.
And: I appreciate the stability of wood.
Have a nice day :-)

orvokki said...

I love the second photo, it's really wonderful.
Hugs

Jocee said...

That's a good solid looking fence. Love the big tree in the 2nd shot.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Good solid gates - a little too solid for the hinges by the look of it.

eileeninmd said...

Good Morning, Denise! Pretty fence scenes.. I love all the trees too. Have a happy day!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Now that is a by goodness fence!! Heavy duty.

Sandra said...

I like this black fence, but the thing that makes these photos so beautiful is the trees and the second shot the composition.. these are wonderful. love them

John's Island said...

Hi Denise, A perfect post for Good Fences! Sure do enjoy your photography! John

Susan said...

Gorgeous fences Denise. The gates are beautiful in the first photo and the second photo is really lovely.
Great post :D)

Gill - That British Woman said...

never seen them painted black, where were these taken?

eileeninmd said...

Hello Denise, I was sure I left a comment. But is has gone missing.. I love these fence scenes and the trees. Great shots, enjoy your day!

Linda Kay said...

Interesting that the tree is framed with fencing?

Tanya Breese said...

pretty fencing and scenery! love drives like that!

Karen S. said...

Beautiful location to end up at. I do believe that tree is saying, (if a tree could speak) Please don't fence me in!

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

well kept fencing. but i am wondering how old that tree is? what a beauty. ( :

Rose said...

That gate looks a little tired...but it all loos so sturdy otherwise. Love the second shot.

ladyfi said...

Such pretty shots and scenery!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, really nice! the dark painting/treatment makes them look hardy and solid. :)

carolann said...

oh awesome. I like 1 and 3

Carletta said...

Lovely fencing!
My only thoughts were having to keep the grass cut between the two fences. :)

William Kendall said...

Very sturdy fences, and the countryside is beautiful. Linda had the same thought as me: the tree being fenced in is interesting. Perhaps to keep cattle or livestock from it?

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Beautiful fences! These remind me of the ones we saw in Kentucky. Your detour was a lucky one!

Ginny said...

Looks like they fenced the tree inside a big rectangle. This fence is sturdy and well taken care of.

Ida said...

Cool looking fence. I like the deep color of the fence and how it surrounds that tree in the 2nd shot.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful drive! Some of the best places we've discovered were because we took a wrong turn! Serendipity!

Kathie Brown said...

Denise, these are brilliant photos! What a lucky and happy accident! Can you say, "Serendipity!"

Stephanie said...

It looks like a good sturdy fence, love all three images!

Felicia said...

excellent fence images Denise.

Cloudia said...

SO nice!

Linda said...

Really nice fences! I wonder what the story is for the space between the two fences.

Pauline Woodcock said...

From a purely practical point of view these are great fences, sturdily built and well maintained. What a wonderful bonus that they look so good as well.

Bob Scotney said...

Sturdy was the word that came into my mind as well.

pattisjarrett said...

I love exploring new roads--finding a fence there is even better.