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Friday, April 13, 2012

Friday's Fences




I have never joined this meme before.
It's called Friday's Fences
and is hosted by Life According to Jan And Jer.





I chose some fences from Kings Landing Historical Settlement
when we visited in March for Sugar Bush Weekend.











I hope you enjoyed these beautiful rural fences.
The cedar rail fence above, sometimes called snake rail, is the most
common in New Brunswick.

I hope you have a beautiful weekend.

Blessings,
Pamela

31 comments:

  1. I love those fences and everything else in that magical place..
    The photos are lovely..
    Blessings..

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  2. What a gorgeous place! Your photos are beautiful! I like the different fences. And the snow is a great addition. Glad you joined Friday Fences, Pamela!

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  3. Friday's Fences is lots of fun! I especially like the last two, but they are all great!

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  4. What outstanding photos; love them all. Wishing you a nice weekend.

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  5. Exceptional photos and fences . . .

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  6. Beautiful fences and interesting information. I knew nothing of snake rails being the most common in NB. Next time I'm there, I'll pay attention.

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  7. Interesting subject to photograph! Your pictures are wonderful. I enjoyed seeing them all and especially with snow on the ground...I love winter photographs!

    Thanks for sharing,

    Nancy

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  8. Love all these fences Pamela! And I recognize every one of them!!

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  9. These are great shots, love the contrast of the snow and the bare trees and fences.

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  10. Pamela
    I just love fences of every kind!
    My husband said his g'father used the snake rail ones on his farm too!
    Take care-Kimberly

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  11. Hi dear Pamela - I'm back again and as always chasing my tail! Have enjoyed the commentss you left as I sailed the seas, thank you dear for stopping by. It does seem odd that while I wiped my sweaty brow you were still playing in the snow!

    Fences make the best neighbors they always say. These are lovely and make me realize I need to get outside this beautiful morning and work on fences, flower beds, front porch, back deck........all those outdoor spaces crying out for TLC now Spring has sprung and, thankfully, the pollen is subsiding.
    Hope it's warming up your way now.
    Enjoy the weekend - hugs, Mary

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  12. Your photos are wonderful Pamela and I can see you love being behind your camera. Those are some awesome fences, to me fences give personality to a home. Diane

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  13. Wow different kind of fences and all are beautiful!

    Friday Fences

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  14. Very nice series of fences. The snake rail is very common in Gettysburg Pa all through the battlefield. Welcome to FF...hope to see you back! :)

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  15. I've always found snake rail fences so interesting, I guess because they're rather unusual compared to all of the other varieties. Have a lovely day, Pamela.
    -Karen

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  16. Pamela! Love these images of the various fences.The melting snow seems to add to the interest of the photos!A few I would frame. Have a glorious week! hugs Anna

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  17. You've captured some of these fences so beautifully... I especially like your last two shots...

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  18. Your fences are beautiful Pamela. This sounds like a fun meme. I also enjoyed seeing your Fort Edmonton post.

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  19. Your pictures are wonderful. I love fences, they always fascinate me. I especially love the rustic ones. Gorgeous. Thanks so much for the visit and the gracious comments. Hugs, Marty

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  20. Great photos...lots of texture contrasts & light & shadow. Lovely!
    Ruth

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  21. I agree that fences make wonderful structures to photograph. I've often been amazed by the variety I've seen in the western range. You chose some very pretty and unusual ones, Pamela.

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  22. Love your fence photos. Especially the white one next to the rustic one. I keep meaning to join Friday's Fences too but then I forget. Maybe next week ...

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  23. We both love barns, and fences....go figure. Great shots, sounds like you had a really good visit.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

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  24. You see a lot of the rail fences on the highway to central BC. I love them.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  25. Hello Pamela
    I did enjoy your fences. I've seen the snake rail occasionally here but the farmers usually just use a straight rail - sometimes hedgerows.
    Judith

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  26. love the snow. such great view. (:

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  27. HI Pamela! What lovely fences. Love your photography so much!
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  28. I very much like the rail fences found in rural New Brunswick!

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  29. Nothing like a fence for a good story. Great images! I read about your upcoming trip....lucky you. Spending time with family is always a treat.

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  30. Good heavens, Pamela.
    I think you need to be the official postcard photographer for your province. Wow!
    Lovely images.
    You have a gift, friend!

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