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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Friday's Fences






Some of the many fences at Kings Landing Historical Settlement.
The one in the foreground is around the Perley House, the white picket fence is around the church yard and the cedar rail fence is around the oxen barn and yard.



The fence and gate posts around the Perley House.



Here is another view looking down the road with St. Mark's Church on the left and the Perley house on the right.



This photo is looking at a pathway between the oxen yard and the church yard.



The above photo is the same path during the Sugar Bush Weekend in March 2012.  We had a few very warm early spring days that melted the snow very fast.  You can see that the river is frozen.


I'm joining Jan and Jer for Friday's Fences.

Drop over and see some fences from around the world.


Blessings,

Pamela



32 comments:

  1. What a lovely place. Someone spent a lot of money on those fences.

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  2. Lots of fences there! I love the fence and gate post of the Perley House.

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  3. I can just imagine what a joy it was to live in this settlement so many years ago on that beautiful water side!

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    2. The village isn't a real settlement, you would never see houses this close in those times, all the houses were moved here in the 60's to save them from flooding.

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    3. The village isn't a real settlement, you would never see houses this close in those times, all the houses were moved here in the 60's to save them from flooding.

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  4. gosh, that's pretty. i really like the pathway between the two fences. :)

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  5. Reminds me of Shaker Village atPleasant Hill here in Kentucky. Love it.

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  6. Beautiful, charming fences. I really like the picket at the church. We have that around our pool and I just love it. I think every fence in your pictures could be my favorite! They are all so pretty. Another very interesting post, Pamela.

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  7. This looks like a wonderful place to visit.
    I like the juxtaposition of the two types of fence.
    Lovely post!

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  8. I love the two different fences together! Great pictures!

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  9. I never thought I would write this, but the fences are lovely to see, they make a great photography subject!

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  10. I enjoyed looking at your fences and have a different outlook on fences now that I don't have to paint them, lol. It is a great subject to capture. I like how you shared then a look back during the sugar bush season.
    Thanks

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  11. Great fences here. It must be a lot of work to keep that white fence white. Thanks for showing.

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  12. I like the white picket fences, they must be a lot of upkeep though to have them continually looking good
    Judith

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  13. What a beautifully maintained property. Thanks for the lovely photos.

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  14. j'adore les vieilles barrières des champs
    nous en avons refait 2 à l'ancienne
    merci de ton passage et du petit mot
    j'adore les commentaires ♥♥♥♥
    des photos magnifiques en partage
    tendresse
    edith (iris)

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  15. Beautiful fences. Glad I am not doing the painting.

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  16. Hi Pamela. Just like clouds, fences always add so much interest to a photo. Nice work!!

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  17. Wow..thats a lot of fences in the first shot. I love the ones looking in between them...nice long lines for my eyes to follow!

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  18. What a fun photo meme. Love that last one in the snowy version...

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  19. You have the nicest fences around....they are always so tidy, and neat. Happy Thanksgiving, let me know how the pie turns out.

    Jen

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  20. Love the old picket fences...not seen so often anymore!

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  21. Kings Landing is such a neat place. It totally lends itself to charming photos such as you've shared. That path between the fences makes me want to walk through and down to the river. Beautiful scene...

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  22. I love these white fences, and I particularly like the design of the one around Perley House.

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  23. Thank you for sharing some of the most beautiful surroundings.

    Fences are adorable specially in white and the opposite is more likely vintage. Perfect match.

    Happy weekend.
    /CC girl

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  24. What a contrast between these two nice fences!

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  25. I love white painted fences, and appreciate the effort that goes into keeping them that way. Beautiful photos.

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  26. Gorgeous place! I like the fact there's a variety of fence styles. The buildings themselves are beautiful!

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