Thursday, April 16, 2015

The long way home

When I take the long way home I pass through what I call the 'high country'. 


Stockyards are built wherever there is a bit of flat land.  Luckily, in this case, that is right beside the road.  The white line is the road marking and the yards are below road level.


Quite often the fences march across the tops of the hills.

 

Of course there are fences on either side of the road.


At one place a fence comes right to the edge of the road, you can see it there in the photo.  No seal or lines on the road up here.  The white marker posts are a warning to drivers approaching the corner.


But I was more interested in the moss hanging from the battens but not the post.


I'll to be linking to Good Fences, here.  This weekend I expect to have time to look in on lots of other contributors, too.

13 comments:

  1. Beautiful fences in beautiful scenerie! Love the green ones and the last one with the hanging moss. Wish you would have gone a bit closer, haven't seen moss like this before :)
    Have a beautiful day

    Tinna ✐

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  2. I never tire of seeing the landscape that surrounds you.

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  3. Such beauty in your countryside. Thank you for taking the long way home for us.

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  4. I echo Adrian's sentiments and that last shot is just wonderful. The air must be so clean there for those lichens / mosses to grow so well.

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  5. If i had that view, i'd sometimes take the long way home, also!

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  6. That is a very beautiful part of the world you live in Margaret. Spectacular scenery, great photos!

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  7. What a fabulous landscape Pauline! I like the long way home. :)

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  8. What beautiful and amazing views you have here!

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  9. gosh, just GORGEOUS countryside! thank you for sharing these beautiful views!

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  10. Look at those lush rolling hills. So green and so pretty. It was interesting to see the moss in the last shot.

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  11. Oh, what a wonderful series....just beautiful, beautiful country.

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  12. You have a unique and beautiful landscape!

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  13. I love your hilly, rugged landscape Pauline and your fence captures are wonderful.

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