Thursday, May 29, 2014

Good Fences ~ Edition 10 ~

Sometimes the hubs and I just go for a ride in the car.
As we leave our home, turning left takes us straight to the beach.
If you turn right, the roads lead to our beautiful rural area.
Farms, fences, farm animals and country views.
 
On May 20th, we turned right.
 

 I found this pretty fence and gate, on an old, abandon piece of property!
It was love at first sight and just perfect for today.

I am super excited to be sharing these pretty country fences with
for Good Fences.
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!!
And trust me, there are a lot of pretty fences out there
that need to be photographed and shared!!
 

38 comments:

  1. Hi Debbie You are right, this indeed is a lovely weathered fence.

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  2. Isn't it a blessing that no matter which way you turn it is toward Beauty?

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  3. What a decision to make .....beach or rural? Both are lovely to me! Pretty fence scene! Enjoy your day!

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  4. So pretty Debbie! Thank you for sharing your photos of your state!

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  5. Lovely fence..it makes me wonder what they kept in that lot..horses, goats, a garden? I love country drives- there is always something special to see just around the next curve in the road.

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  6. I am sooo in love with this awesome gate and fence. Down-home charm, for sure.
    Here from my first time with GOOD FENCES. :)

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  7. Wooden fences are the best, especially weathered ones. Have a great day.

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  8. Perfect for Good Fences day - nicely done!!

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  9. love your ending statement. :) and love this fence find! so pretty! thanks, debbie!

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  10. This fence reminds me of my grandmother's place back in the day.

    Great shots. :)

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  11. A hard choice indeed but an excellent result Debbie.

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  12. it's pouring rain and only +6C ...but, maybe I could toss a bag over my head and look for something to contribute....now, where are my big rubber boots..... hmmmmm...

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  13. The fence and the gate are very beautiful Debbie!!I like the wooden fences,we had in Australia but you can't find them in Greece!
    Dimi...

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  14. Great choice of direction Debbie. That's a quaint fence and a beautiful scene with all that spring green.

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  15. Oh, yes, I love this old wooden fence! I like checking out abandoned property too.

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  16. This looks so beautiful. A beautiful fence indeed..

    Hugs~

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  17. I love seeing these old rural fences! [Also -- I giggled at your last post with the hubby doing selfies! Aren't our guys just too much? And -- loved the naked alpacas!!! Great knitting, BTW,you're doing a wonderful job! ]

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  18. Lovely fence/gate. The weathered wood and all the lush greenery are just wonderful.

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  19. You are so lucky to have a choice of the beach or the woods. It is very pretty there.

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  20. For an abandoned fence it's in pretty good shape. I must say I'm partial to the weathered boards. Gives it such character. I'm glad you turned right that day. :)

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  21. weathering sure adds a lot of charm to some things...doesn't it...a great photo

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  22. That a lovely old fence Debbie, great photo!

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  23. Beautiful weathered fence and gate!

    ~Lindy

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  24. You captured a beautiful fence!!

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  25. Ha! Glad you turned right. Nice shots...

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  26. I'm glad you turned right. great captures.

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  27. Nice. I like the rich wood agains the green nature.

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  28. Nice picture! What lush greenery!

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  29. It is just perfect too Debbie. In a beaut wooded spot. Never know what you'll find out there do you :D)

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  30. I'd like to walk through that gate and see what lies behind it. :-)

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  31. I'd like to walk through that gate and see what lies behind it. :-)

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  32. It's so funny how places like that can be so charming and lovely.

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  33. Great fence...my hubby & I love driving around like that too. You find some of the most wonderful surprises sometimes!

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