How lovely and rural, it looks heavenly!
Yes, Kay, it is very rural and it's paradise to me.
Any fence that keeps critters where they are supposed to be (in or out) without blocking such views is a good fence to me!
I never thought of it that way. I regard fences the same as power poles, they are always getting in my shots so I might as well embrace them.
Playing "catch-up" from last week.These were all wonderful fences. Such lovely scenery. I also like the last shot with the rusty chain on the fence very much.
All of these were taken at the same place, Ida, and once I'd stopped I was in no hurry to drive on, so indulged in a little play.
Good photos. That second one with the fence in the foreground is stunning. Like the details shots as well.
Thanks, I enjoyed that roadside stop.
pauline, these are awesome. hard to top that first one...truly wow!!
Thanks, Teresa, I liked the colour contrasts.
Lots of strength and detail in the last shot.
Thanks, Red. It was the pattern in the wood that first caught my eye.
Gorgeous scenery, absolutely breathtaking. Those fences fit right in too. Lovely photos!
Thanks, Denise. Yes, the fences are part of the countryside.
I like your post and wire fences. I'll show you ours which are not half as interesting.
I'll look forward to seeing yours, then, Adrian.
Hello Pauline, you live in a beautiful place. The view in the first two photos is just gorgeous. I love the last rusty chain. Awesome photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
Hi Eileen, I think I live in a lovely part of the world!
I love the New Zealand landscape with the fences running along the hilltops.
Yes, after a while they seem to be a natural part of the scenery, don't they?
Love Northland scenery, no wonder I miss it
Nice! The first one is a dream photo. Well done.
Super shots of fences and surroundings.
I always enjoy your fence views Pauline and these are excellent as are your close up images
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