Thursday, April 17, 2014

Good Fences...

..and the best ones are the fences of home. 
The old cellar in the photo was constructed in 1922. 
Linking to Good Fences go here to see more.

23 comments:

  1. Wow...this is one gorgeous image!! Makes me feel like I'm on an old homestead, checking the property and livestock.

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  2. Great shot .... well composed. Love the shadow!

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  3. Love this fence with a fantastic shadow.

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  4. oh, my... just flat-out gorgeous scene!

    thank you, marilyn, for linking in! really appreciate it!

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  5. absolutely gorgeous, love that shadow fence... also like your doodles, wish i could do that

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  6. OMG; How BEAUTIFUL and GORGEOUS wide green area♡♡♡ I wonder how you could get these wonderful shadows☆☆☆

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  7. the never ending fence, with the never ending shadow!! what a beautiful image and such a well maintained property!!

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  8. I love rolling hills and white fences like in Kentucky, with horses.
    That Cellar is really old. Happy Easter Sweetie

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  9. You win! That is an exceptionally beautiful picture.

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  10. Gorgeous...I love the bright green manicured grass, and the shadow of the fence!

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  11. Oh my, what a lovely place to call home! Very special.

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  12. What a pretty country scene! Great fence shot! Happy Easter!

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  13. Thanks to everyone for your wonderful comments.

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  14. I love the wavy shadows of the fence and all that green grass!
    Thanks for visiting me and I think you are right. There must have been quite a sale on Pink Paint

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  15. Love the shadow the fence casts.

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  16. Wonderful green, shadows and fence!

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  17. Beautiful colors and that is one fantastic fence!

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  18. Beautifully composed photo... nice shadow!

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  19. Well, and the lush, green grass is pretty nice, too. ;-)

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