Thursday, May 21, 2015

Good Fences ~ Edition 61 ~

There are lots of walls and fences at Longwood Gardens,
here are some of the beautiful views we saw there last week!

We have a tripod and we are not afraid to use it!!





I just loved this cute little fence/border, made of natural materials.

Sharing my images from May 14, 2015 with
for Good Fences
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!

29 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hi Debbie, I love all these pretty fence scenes. The greenery looks lovely. Longwood gardens is a beautiful place to visit.. Great shots! Have a happy day!

bj said...

What a beautiful rock fence...love all these.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

yeah...more pretty smiles...I didn't notice anything else...

Montanagirl said...

HI Debbie - very nice - I really like the rock fence.

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

I love the way that stone wal has been constructed.

TexWisGirl said...

laughed at your tripod 'threat'. :) great 'living walls' they create. love the ferns!

Felicia said...

great looking couple. pretty fences.

been a long time since I've been to longwood, need to go back again.

Sally said...

Good job there, Debbie. I love the last one also. :)

Muffie said...

Love those walls and fences! Doesn't Longwood also have a pretty wall near their restrooms? Didn't you get in trouble for using a tripod at LG, or is that just at Christmas? I'd hate to have to bail out you two from jail!

Ida said...

You guys look so happy. - The wall is pretty cool and those trees being trained to grow up against the one wall are so different. You are right that is a darling little natural fence. I hope someday to visit Longwood again.

Debbie said...

yes muff, there is a wall of life in the entire bathroom area, it's huge. i featured it last time so i wanted to share something new. you do have to register your tripod, especially when it's crowded. we know that, but forgot to do it. no one gave us a hard time as the gardens were pretty empty the day we went.

DeniseinVA said...
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DeniseinVA said...

We have Longwood Gardens on our buckeet list. I loved the one of you and hubby and also the decorative border and those great wall photos.

Brian King said...

Fantastic! A beautiful place!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Cool pics, Debbie!

I have a tripod, too. I left it in 100 miles away in W.V., I should keep in my trunk...I can't even get half decent moon pics without it.
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~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The rock walls are always a favorite of mine. I love the variations and like any natural fence or border. Hugs!

LeAnn said...

I love the rock walls. When I was young, I had an Uncle and Aunt the lived in a rock house with a rock fence. This reminded me of that. The Rock house still looks good.
Thanks for sharing your fence pictures today; they are awesome.
Blessings and hugs!

LV said...

Wonderful place and great shots from your tripod.

karen said...

Nice smiling couple. Intresting & pretty place to visit.

New Jersey Memories said...

You both look so happy and the walls are gorgeous.

Cathy H. said...

Great walls! Love the greenery in front of the wall.

Carola Bartz said...

Some interesting fence scenes - I like them all. Good that you have a tripod!

Michelle said...

Love those walls!

Debbie said...

Go Karen, if you ever get the chance. It's amazing, any time of year!!

A Colorful World said...

Love the awesome stone wall, Debbie!

Conniecrafter said...

I love how they shape and prune those trees or bushes to go along like a fence that is so cool!

Sue (this n that) said...

Lovely!! I'm glad you could use your tripod - I remember that other post (Muffie's comment prompted my memory).
Lovely rock wall, and the espaliers are beautiful (my hubby grew his fruit trees using that method).
Yes, I too love that pretty border made with sticks. Cheers now :D)

doodles n daydreams said...

Great fences and walls, especially that last one.

Diana

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! So nice to see you. I've never used my tripod because I'm afraid a goat or cat or something would knock it down.