Thursday, June 2, 2016

Good Fences ~ Edition 115 ~

Sharing today some images from Asbury Park and the legendary 
Stone Pony




Sharing today with my good friend

22 comments:

  1. Gostei deste trabalho.
    Continuação de uma boa semana.

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  2. I pick the first photo as my favourite. It is visually pleasant to the eye.

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  3. Yes, I'm with Andy ...
    All lovely photo's but that first one ... the framing and colours are very pleasing to the eye.

    I did notice it was a slightly greyer day in your clouds too!

    Enjoy your Thursday

    All the best Jan

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  4. Great photos of twisty seaside fencing! The skies were certainly heavy looking! I need to find out what the Stone Pony is...
    Have a brilliant day!

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  5. Hello Debbie, great fence images. Bruce Springsteen made the Stone Pony famous right? Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!

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    1. yes!!! here at the shore, it is as legendary as he is!!!!

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  6. Very lovely fences, but even better are your sky captures, all framed nicely!

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  7. These are wonderful. What a neat weathered fence. I had to look up the Stone Pony - Guess if you don't live in the area you aren't familiar with it's historic sights or I'm just out of the loop. Have you been to a concert there?

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  8. I really love the first shots best Debbie.

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  9. Oh, wow! I love the sky, especially in the first photo! The fence frames it nicely and the clouds give a nice dimension to the scene!

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  10. You have the best stuff in your area. The Stone Pony! And the fences are great too, so is the sky.

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  11. I love how the fence is made, and it looks like it would last forever. I didn't know that's where Bruce Springsteen got his start. Cool!

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  12. The first photo is the most attractive. Great job capturing that fence and sky.

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  13. I always wondered what these fences were for. I guess they're used for similar reasons as the snow drift fences some poeple put up around here in the winter.

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  14. Debbie! It looks to me like your photographic base was across the short stub of a street that the Pony sits on ... I heard, I think???, that they knocked the original building down (it was a bar, with SRO's above it) -- whats there now???

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  15. What a neat fence and a fun view to photograph! Very nice my friend! Hugs!

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  16. You do find some unique fences and I like these photos. I especially liked the first one. Hugs for you!

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