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Thursday, July 3, 2014

good fences # 15





I posted pictures a couple weeks ago of a foggy morning here and these first two photos were taken the same morning.



The next two photos were taken last weekend at Cap Brule, NB.  The fence is along the property line between cottages and the stairs at the end go to the beach.



This is peeking over the fence at the view.  I think I could sit there for a long time and enjoy the ocean breeze and sunshine, couldn't you?  Well, it was perfect that day for sure but not always. 


I'm joining Theresa at the Run Around Ranch Report for Good Fences.
Thanks to Theresa for hosting.

Happy Fourth of July to all my American friends!  I hope you have a fun and safe holiday.  I am thinking of those of you in the path of Hurricane Arthur as well.  Please be safe.

Blessings,
Pam

29 comments:

  1. You always share the best fences. Are those first two photos of yours? Thank you for the good wishes. We are planning a quiet day after an evening and overnight of thundershowers.

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  2. those ladder stock posts are very cool in that top one! and a picket fence is a classic. thanks, pamela! and thanks for the holiday wishes!

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  3. Beautiful fence shots Pam. Looks like you had a great w/end in the Shediac area. I love Cap Pele and Cap Brule. Lots of good times there in years gone by...

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  4. LOVE the fences! They're all really good, but I especially favor the third photo and the perspective you caught in it.

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  5. HI Pamela Love the rustic fence in the 1st one and geat perspective in the 3rd one. What a wonerful view from those hme

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  6. I should think that it would be lovely to sit in that garden by the sea in the summer, but I expect that it will be pretty wild in the winter! Hope that you stay safe too. xx

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  7. What a wonderful fence spreading the sea in front of it. I really would LOVE to sit with you and enjoy the ocean view♡♡♡

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

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  8. Oh they are great shots and yes sitting there would be a nice way to spend a day. My thoughts are with all in path of hurricane Authur. Hug B

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  9. Love that fence with the beach view...you can almost feel the serenity!...:)JP

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  10. Fence peeking is fun,always nice to see the view on the other side.

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  11. Pretty fence scenes.. The last shot is my favorite. Have a happy weekend and 4th of July!

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  12. love the picket fence & that view from the chairs - wow!! that is a view to enjoy. relax a while. ( :

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  13. I liked seeing fences in your world . . ..

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  14. We will celebrate quietly here by working tin the yard. Great fence photos. Why are fences so nostalgic?

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  15. Such lovely fences. The one going to the sea is so beautiful. Have a nice weekend Pam.

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  16. I'll take the setting along the shoreline. It's perfect.

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  17. I love the one by the water. So beautiful. An ocean breeze would feel pretty good in this heat - not that I'm complaining - or even have to go far to get an ocean breeze :) But . . . it is hot, isn't it!!!

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  18. PS - congratulations on winning such a lovely prize!! what a treat!

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  19. I'm in love with fences...might be because the neighborhood cats love to visit here. Stay dry.

    Jen

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  20. Hi Pamela,

    What a pretty place this is, with a lush carpet of green, covering the land to the blue of the sea. The white picket fence with the pops of pink peeking through, is charming, and definitely a place to sit and daydream, by the whispering waves.

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Poppy

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  21. I love being near a beach on a hot day. Paradise!

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  22. Oh Pam! Your photos make me want to jump in and be there! So pretty. :)
    Hope you had a great 4th!
    ~Liz

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  23. I love the old split rail fences.
    I hope you're alright after last night's terrible storm. I spoke with my sister who'd just arrived in Fredericton and it sounded wild!

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  24. That certainly looks a perfect place to spend a quiet afternoon! Beautiful fences xx

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  25. Old split rail fences (even if newly constructed!) are just so picturesque. It will be interesting to watch that shrub/tree that you planted grow over the years. Love the stone patio overlooking the sea. A great place to feel the ocean breezes, I guess.

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  26. Missed your this fence post Pam. playing catch up . gorgeous images.

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  27. Gorgeous pictures and setting.

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