Thursday, June 23, 2016

A long way home

A few fences seen on the long way home from town.





Linking to Teresa's Good Fences.

24 comments:

  1. How lovely and rural, it looks heavenly!

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    1. Yes, Kay, it is very rural and it's paradise to me.

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  2. Any fence that keeps critters where they are supposed to be (in or out) without blocking such views is a good fence to me!

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    1. 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.

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  3. 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.

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    1. 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.

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  4. Good photos. That second one with the fence in the foreground is stunning. Like the details shots as well.

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    1. Thanks, I enjoyed that roadside stop.

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  5. pauline, these are awesome. hard to top that first one...truly wow!!

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    1. Thanks, Teresa, I liked the colour contrasts.

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  6. Lots of strength and detail in the last shot.

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    1. Thanks, Red. It was the pattern in the wood that first caught my eye.

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  7. Gorgeous scenery, absolutely breathtaking. Those fences fit right in too. Lovely photos!

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    1. Thanks, Denise. Yes, the fences are part of the countryside.

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  8. I like your post and wire fences. I'll show you ours which are not half as interesting.

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    1. I'll look forward to seeing yours, then, Adrian.

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  9. 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!

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    1. Hi Eileen, I think I live in a lovely part of the world!

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  10. I love the New Zealand landscape with the fences running along the hilltops.

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    1. Yes, after a while they seem to be a natural part of the scenery, don't they?

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  11. Love Northland scenery, no wonder I miss it

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  12. Nice! The first one is a dream photo. Well done.

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  13. Super shots of fences and surroundings.

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  14. I always enjoy your fence views Pauline and these are excellent as are your close up images

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