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Thursday, November 13, 2014

good fences #38




I've shared this gate and the fence down the lane several times over the years but I just love it so.  The gate is really over grown now.  One used to be able to see the rest of it on the left but it's buried with weeds now.  These photos were taken on October 31.  There is still lots of beauty to be found here this late in the season, before the snow comes and stays.

An old cedar rail fence runs down the fence row dividing the two fields of this farm.  It's covered with moss and lichen and the trees and bushes have grown up next to it and through it in some spots.







I am going to link with Theresa's Good Fences today.  It's an interesting meme with lots of participants from around the world.  Join us if you can.

Have a great day!  {it's sunny and +1C here}

Blessings,
Pam


36 comments:

  1. If I'm allowed a favorite...#3 is perfect framing...enough tree, leaves, with an effective focal point

    ...just saying :) Cheers, Mac

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  2. oops...can't count #4 (how did that happen?)

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  3. Love that old broken down fence. It does have a beauty to it.

    beautiful images Pam.

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  4. Are your pretty fences now draped in snow?

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  5. LOVE it - those old fences have so much character!! Very nice photos.

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  6. Time worn and made more interesting with the lichen spreading out.

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  7. Those pix could all have been taken right round the corner here!

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  8. just gorgeous. i like the overgrown-ness to it all! :)

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  9. You beat me to it, I while driving yesterday was looking for an old farm fence just like this to post about, especailly with all the frost covered we have from the temp settling down in the evenings. I'm just getting back to life with internet for an hour today then off to the interior of Jaspar Ice Shields, pic to follow sometime, take care my friend

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  10. Oh, I really like these shots of the old fences...so much character...so much history!

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  11. Lovely photos ! I like old fences and gates buried in the grasses and fields ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  12. Such beautiful scenery. I love the autumn feel that you can clearly see in these photos - already a bit chilly. Very beautiful.

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  13. Great photos of the split rail fence. Love that there is still some color there.

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  14. Lovely weathered fences in this post.

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  15. Great old weathered fence. Love the lichen on it. Shot #4 is just wonderful.

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  16. Very beautiful old fence - it does make you wonder about who built it all those years ago. It has great character. xo

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  17. I love the old rail fences...made from cedar, they last several lifetimes. I hope you warm up some today! Sweet hugs, Diane

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  18. You have such pleasant paths to walk...love the views you have!

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  19. Beautiful, rustic fences! Split rails are one of my favorites!

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  20. I love rail fences! Those are beautiful shots!

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  21. Those old fences can be found here as well.... I've always liked to see them.

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  22. These are all such beautiful scenes.

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  23. I love cedar rail fences - so country and they fit right in with the landscape. You do live in beautiful countryside Pamela - I would love being there too, but perhaps not all winter with so much snow. I hope it's not too harsh for you this year my dear.
    Hugs - Mary

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  24. Cedar rail fences and fall foliage make for great photos!

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  25. I love those rail fences, if I lived in the countryside that is just the sort of fence that I would like! xx

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  26. Weathered Fences . . . a favorite.
    Always wonderful photos from you Pamela!

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  27. Rustic and natural. Great to see nature reclaiming its space.

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  28. I just love how those old wooden fences blend in with nature. Imagine all the work that went in to the original construction!

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  29. I like how the fence blends so perfectly with its environment. The last shot is my favourite.

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  30. Wonderful old fences!! Bet some of those fence rails once grew on the land of the farm!!

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  31. i love that wandering path ... what a gorgeous view. i wish you could jump into that shot & look around. ( :
    i bet a beautiful hike it would be.

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  32. It truly is lovely there in late October!

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  33. I love your country setting, Pam....
    Makes for beautiful walks.....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  34. Pamela, These are gorgeous fence photos!!! I could spend all day wandering down that lane :)

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