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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Good Fences



I've shared these scenes many times on my blog in all seasons but it is always beautiful to me so I hope you don't mind seeing them yet again.  These photos were taken on Monday before the blizzard.





This is the lane that I like to walk down but the snow at the end is over my boots so I'll have to wait.

I'm joining Theresa for Good Fences.

Have a super day.

Pam

30 comments:

  1. Glad you braved the snow and got these great shots of fences. Wonderful. Stay warm and cozy!

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  2. Pretty winter scenes.. Lovely fence shots.. Have a happy day!

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  3. Beautiful Pam! At least today we have sunshine and blue skies. Enjoy before the next storm hits tomorrow night... Wax up your shovel!!

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  4. don't mind a bit. reminds me of wisconsin winter. :) love the grasses peeking from the snow!

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  5. I'm wondering whether you can still see the tops of the fence posts after the blizzard? Are you teasing us Pamela - will there be a Part 2 by chance?

    Hugs - Mary

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  6. They are beautiful to me too, Pam!

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  7. NO one would ever get tired of looking at these snow scenes.

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  8. I never get tired of your beautiful photos, Pamela! Love the old fences that have withstood so many storms.
    Mary Alice

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  9. Yeah, I think it's going to be a while before we'll be able to stroll off road around here. We got over two feet of snow. I guess that's over half a meter. I never get tired of that scene and it was such a beautiful day. One can certainly see what direction the wind blows across that field.

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  10. Beautiful! Just the kind of weather I can't get enough of.

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  11. They are beautiful scenes. Sorry about the blizzard though. I'm not much of snow person so I feel for those who've had more then their fair share.

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  12. Very pretty scenery ! It has been snowing here all day and still is and it is now 6pm we put Miggs out for a few minuets to do her business and just let her in and she looks like a snow beast lol ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  13. Gorgeous! I love snowy landscapes!

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  14. Beautiful. And I certainly do not like when snow is over my boots!

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  15. Snow in the boots . . . not fun at all!
    Photos like this . . . I will take every day . . .

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  16. So very pretty but thankful you have it and not here.

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  17. It's a winter-wonderland explosion!

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  18. Hello Pam... Very pretty wintry scene! Love the windswept look!

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  19. gorgeous scenes that I never tire of seeing

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  20. Even the word 'blizzard' conjures up a hideous, powerful monster. But I do love seeing your photographs.

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  21. Just saw on the news the huge transformer was moved today- did you see it?? Are you all ready for this next storm?

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  22. These are wonderful photographs, Pamela. I taught for two years in Grand Falls, N.B. and have such fond memories of the people and the communities. Beautiful scenery as well. Have to say, we sure had a lot of snow days, something we rarely see here in Vancouver, though being retired now, they wouldn't have the same impact :)

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  23. It is amazing Pamela - all that snow and it's so hot here I'm sitting in front of a fan!
    Your photos are wonderful and give me a good look at how it is there.
    As I was driving to work one day last week, our New York reporter said there were curfews and everyone had to be off the streets by 5pm. Apparently the blizzard wasn't so bad in NYC.
    Don't you walk down that lane now!

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  24. Who could ever tire of a beautiful scene like this! xx

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  25. Your fences are beautiful and I really love the snow covered landscape. It looks so peaceful.

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