Thursday, April 30, 2015

Good Fences


Fancy fence ... little house and a great wind break tree line behind it.  Just a cool little place :)

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  1. oh, that's a nice one! i'd hate to have to mow next to that fence, though! :)

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    1. You are so right ... I hadn't thought of it and I bet the people who built the fence in their yard didn't think of it. Bet they wish they had :)

      Andrea

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  2. It certainly is! Peaceful too I can imagine.

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  3. Neat looking fence and I love the line of trees.. Great shot. Have a happy day! BTW, I am using the Canon SX40..no extra lenses are needed, it has great zoom.

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  4. Thanks, Eileen, I will have to look into it. Your pictures are always awesome, so that speaks well for you and your camera ...

    Andrea

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  5. Lots of great looking angles in this shot from the line of the fence going one direction and the field plowed in stripes. I like it a lot.

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  6. Yes, it is a fancy fence - I love the angles. But as Theresa said, I'd hate to mow there...

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  7. What a super interesting fence!! And I agree, it's probably not much fun cutting the grass near the fence, although I'm sure there was probably a really good reason for building it like this. The whole scene is very peaceful. Looks like there is already some veggies (or other plants) planted in the open area.

    Pretty soon we'll be able to plant stuff too. After today, we have a whole week of wonderful temps coming up. Joe says he will plant all the new bulbs that I ordered. Maybe over the weekend. That would really be nice. We're getting a bit of a late start on our growing season this year, but then maybe it will linger on a bit later in the Fall.

    I guess I got so much good sleep Wednesday night, that last night was not to be a good sleeping night. I kept dozing off though so I guess that will count for something. That yarn you gave me works up so beautifully that I ordered more of it in a few different colors. Today I'm starting another new lapghan in "Pinky Cheeks." After this one is finished, I think I'll either make one in "Key Lime" or maybe a pretty yellow. Hmmm, decisions, decisions.

    Well, I'd better go check on the eggs that are boiling or we won't be having egg salad for lunch today. You and Izzi have a wonderful day. Hugs, Edna B.

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  8. I love those kinds of fences.

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