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Looks as if the plants are winning - the fence looks swamped! Nice photos.
Either the grass is very high or the fence posts are very short! Lovely pics!
Looks like the grass and weeds are growing!San Miguel Sky & Fence
LOVE the greenery! nice fenceline, too. good and rugged. :)(and those were 3 different places in 3 different areas so don't think any of the 'mc's were related. :) )
I love these! They are such familiar scenes to me but you capture the beauty of even an electric fence and post. I really admire your talent.
We have some barbed wire fencing at Pondside. It's the quickest and easiest to put up, and that's probably why the farmer used it. It's easy to repair too!
Great fence line among all the greenery. I like the old cedar post.
Those pics are frame worthy!! Kelly
Great fence photo . . . love the color green!
Wonderful, I particularly like that old fence post!
Those are great country fence shots! Gorgeous scenery!
The gnarled-looking fence posts blend in well with the scenery, and nature is definitely trying to hide that fence. Lovely shots, so many shades of green captured there.
really love the 1st shot. so peaceful & calm looking. calms the mind. (:
Looks like they need to turn some cows into that grass. They do a great job mowing. hehe
Beautiful place. Looks like the fence is about overcome.
I love the fence post...just look at the lush green fields..this shot shouts summer to me!!! Welcome to FF..hope you come back!!!
I don't know why, but I always enjoy looking down a row of fencing!
These are what we see most - crooked little fences and my favorite!All those dandelion seed heads ready to blow everywhere. :)I like the single post shot too!
"Good fences make good neighbours," as the old saying goes.
These photos could just as well be called "summer fields". Very fitting the way the old cedar posts just blend into the landscape. Looks like a good place to take a country stroll.
Beautiful greenery and nice shot!Have a great weekend!Shantana
I wondered if it was one of those formerly useful but now ignored fences, till you said it was between farms. They tend to want to know where the boundaries are!