Friday, April 29, 2016

A couple of locals

A roadside fence just up the road a bit.


The old shed is some distance from the road.  I take a photo every now and then to see how much it has deteriorated.  Soon it will disappear from the landscape.


If it weren't for Theresa's Good Fences I would not have taken a photo all week.

14 comments:

  1. well, i'm glad you did. :) i like the fence with curving road and hill behind! we have a lot of old sheds/barns around here, too, that are not so long for this world. :)

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  2. Loving that first shot with the curve of the road and fence line. - Yes that shed seems to have seen better days but it has great character.

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  3. I love the metal road Pauline.
    To think when I was growing up most roads were like that!

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  4. Great photo of this country, gravel road. It has both curves and hills, both rare in this part of the Midwest.

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  5. A lovely area, it's sad to see buildings not being cared for.

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  6. I do the same thing, Pauline.
    There's an old cart in a field. It's no longer recognizable as a cart, but three years ago I snapped a photo before it collapsed, and I'm glad I did.

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  7. These are great finds Pauline.

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  8. Hello Pauline, I like the curvy road and fence scene. Pretty countryside. Have a happy weekend!

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  9. Hi Pauline, I think its good to record this as I missed the opportunity to do so near me. Degrees of disintegration are very interesting and fun to photograph. Nice bending the road photo!
    Happy weekend!

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  10. I must go through my New Zealand blog and see what sort of condition that shed was in when I photographed it.

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  11. Pauline so glad to hear from you. How you been sista? I don't know who to use all this new Google stuff but I will keep trying. Love your fence and the barn. Looking forward to blogging with you again.

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  12. I love old sheds, there's quite a few up north especially in Maungaturoto where I use to live.

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  13. Old sheds make for some interesting. beautiful photos.

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