Wednesday, September 9, 2015

GOOD FENCES

A little early but not for our friends overseas, with a different time zone ahead of us. My fence photos were taken at Norfolk Botanical Garden, Norfolk, Virginia, at the beginning of July.






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on the button below.  Thanks for hosting Theresa and creating this wonderful meme.  I always look at fences in a new light now, and see how very interesting they can be.


31 comments:

  1. Love those simple lines, and the first picture is stunning.

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  2. I love fences like this! Lovely!

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  3. sunflowers and a tee pee in the distant. love it..

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  4. Wooden fences are very nice ! It reminds me of my childhood in the countryside with my grandparents !
    Greetings

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  5. it looks like a lovely spot, simple and natural!!

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  6. Love that weathered, elegant simplicity.

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  7. I agree with you in seeing many different varieties of fences. Love seeing these shots!

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  8. Old rail fences...first class.

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  9. That's one of my favorite areas of NBG.

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  10. Very rustic, and the fences blend in perfectly to their surroundings!

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  11. Good morning, Denise. Pretty fence scene. I love the sunflowers. Have a happy day!

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  12. Both lovely photo's - but my favourite is the first one.

    All the best Jan

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  13. Lovely Denise! Must be a beautiful place to stroll through on a summer's day!

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  14. Nice shots, nothing like sunflowers and a nice fence to fix up a landscape.

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  15. We have a rail fence around our front yard. I love them!

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  16. Love that old fence in the last shot.

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  17. like the rustic fence and the lovely growth it protects! :)

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  18. In like all of the color in the first photo. Especially the sunflower. Is hat a potato vine? thanks for the visit. janey

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  19. Nice photos. I love those sunflowers behind that fence.

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  20. Denise, I love these...the appeal to me in every way.

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  21. So lovely! That is just the greatest place to visit!

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  22. Beautiful photos and I just love seeing that teepee!

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  23. I like both of these fences scenes a lot but I think the first one may be my favorite today.

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  24. Very nice wood fence! I love the sunflowers and the tepee- that's a well tended garden.

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