Friday, September 2, 2016

Harbour fence

A farm fence along the upper reaches of the Aotea Harbour.


Linking to Teresa's Good Fences if I can figure out how to do it on the tablet.


16 comments:

  1. Great photo. I like that it has to extend into the water. Obviously animals try to use low tide to get out.

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    1. You're right, Ali. The stock get pretty smart when it comes to fresh pastures.

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  2. gosh. very pretty view.

    (your link worked except you entered an @ sign instead of a . before the blogspot part.) :)

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  3. The contrasting browns and greens are interesting, and very pretty.

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  4. I liked the contrasts, too, especially the brown grass in the foreground.

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  5. It's so beautiful there, Pauline! Love your header and your good fence shot.

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  6. That could almost be a watercolour! (No pun intended)

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  7. Wow, great photo of a beautiful area. Love the fence. I came via Good fences here and thank you sharing this pic. But where on the world it is?

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  8. have you had tons of rain up there? My sister said they had flooding in Mangawhai...

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  9. Wonderful fence scene. I like the mist in the shot, gives it a great moody feel.

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  10. That would be a nice view to wake up to each morning! :)

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  11. That's a great view - nice to see some water, but not too much water!

    Glad you found my wordy blog - and hope you visit again, there will be another post about Scotland in the next couple of days. Sorry it has taken me so long to reply, I was travelling in the NT and then had to go to Jakarta!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  12. The landscape is just so beautiful around you.

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