REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Friday, February 17, 2012

Friday's Fence

My choices for Friday's Fences are typical of my geographical location:  many are barbed wire or woven wire, steel posts, or old worn wooden posts.   This week, I'm not straying from what I know!

14 comments:

marit´s,,, said...

Beautiful picture, it could have been here at my home in Norway.

Good weekend, Marit, Norway

TexWisGirl said...

but it looks great with the brown grasses and green pines!

Bridget Larsen said...

YOur area fascinates me, so much texture and colour

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice shot.

Regards and best wishes

Beth said...

oh, wow ... i see what happened some how i got to last weeks fence 1st ... weird? it had me scratching my head. that is a great fence. guess they really want to keep something out. (:

Jan n Jer said...

Old n broken down...yep thats rustic n charming to me!!! Great shot.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photo, I love this old fence!

Faye said...

Never realized the stories that a fence could tell until started participating in the Friday Fences meme. Your fence subject is a good example. Love the way you've shot the photo without too much "tinkering".

By the way, thanks for answering my question about how you shot last week's entry. Didn't understand a word but appreciated your taking the time to educate. :-) So much that I need to learn.

Zinnia said...

I just love fences and these leaning ones have charm about them. I like the surrounding dried branches, grasses and the overhanging pine. A pleasing composition with depth created in the shadows behind. Still some snow too!

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

You've captured it well, weathered but still serving...

Daniel said...

The greenery frames the fencing quite nicely.

Sleec Photos said...

Great shot. A wonderful old fence.

Nancy said...

Great capture. I love this.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Tumbledown fences make interesting shots!


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