Thursday, March 3, 2016

Good Fences ~ Edition 102 ~

A fence with some character and a long history...one I found along the way, 
looking for some unique photo opportunities.





Sunday February 28, 2016

Sharing today with my good friend

36 comments:

  1. That must be lovely when it has foliage on it. Lovely views

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  2. Yes... lots of character here.

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  3. Oh GREAT shots. What is it about peeling paint that makes my heart beat faster? :) HUGS B

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  4. I love the shots of the peeling paint too! Great photos Debbie!
    Enjoy your day!

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  5. Hello Debbie!
    Amazing photos. You showed very interesting fence.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucia

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  6. Good morning, Debbie. I love the texture on these fence images. Great captures! Have a happy day!

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  7. worn and overgrown and as beautiful as ever. :)

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  8. Hello Debbie!:) I love the weathered look of this fence. Nice find Debbie!:)

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  9. I like it and all the nature decorations covering it! Very cool find Debbie.

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  10. neat ... wonder how many years that has been growing like that? cool! ( :

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  11. It looks great even with the dried vines. Must have been beautiful when covered with green and flowers.

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  12. If fences could talk. Such character to your fence. You did a great photo job. Over from Good Fences. My admiration to you in dealing with your MS

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  13. I love weathered old fences like this. I wouldn't want to try to climb over it though--looks like those branches would sting!

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  14. Hi Debbie ~ marvelous bridge shot and wonderful photos of the aging fence and nature ~

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  15. I do like a fence with some character, and I think you've captured this perfectly.

    All the best Jan

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  16. I do like a fence with some character, and I think you've captured this perfectly.

    All the best Jan

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  17. You met the brief with this great fence Debbie!
    I'm always attracted to cracked and warn!
    The bridge is a beauty too!
    Shane

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  18. Debbie these are wonderful. What a great old fence with wonderful character from the brambles and the peeling paint. I really liked all your photos of it. The second and fourth ones were my favorites.

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  19. Pictures number 2 and 3 are so excellent!! Love textures in pictures so much and you got them!

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  20. Oh, I love that you captured the fence, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  21. Yes, a lot of character in that fence. Cool photos.

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  22. I love seeing all of the old vines. It would be neat to photograph again in the summer months. Hugs!

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  23. I love the vines and that pealing paint! Great composition, too!

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  24. Great pick Debbie! I love the shabby look!

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  25. So cool, love the first one with the bridge in the background. I love pictures of old forgotten bridges and buildings over grown with foliage! Have a fantastic weekend!

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  26. Your photo-safaris are yielding great results.

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  27. Great old fence! Love the different angles you shot it from.

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  28. Wow, that fence does have a history! Really enjoyed this find. Hugs!

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  29. Nice old viney fence! I saw some crocuses yesterday that made me think of your blog...
    ~

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  30. I like the rustic look. I wonder if it will be covered in green one day soon.

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