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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Good Fences #30









Can you see a fence in each one of these pics that make up the collage?  Even through the barn doors you can just see the wood of a fence. ( I checked)  :)

There are lots of barns and fences at Kings Landing.
And lots of fences here ~ Good Fences at The Run*A*Round Ranch Report.

 Showers on the way here today but very mild.  Have a great day!

Blessings,
Pamela

35 comments:

  1. These are all gorgeous photos of fences, Pamela. Make me wish I was there. xo Laura

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  2. The first photo especially is so well framed and just delightful with its color (and hint of turquoise in the sky!)

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  3. You have all the good stuff in this post! Lovely. I can't wait for more color here in Alabama.

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  4. oh WOW Pam, I love all your images but the first two are my favorites.'

    absolutely gorgeous.

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  5. Lovely, all of them.

    But oh, how cute is that little church!!! :-)

    Tessa~
    "Here there be musing" blog
    "Here there be more words" blog

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  6. Fences do tell a story, don't they? Most of our fence here is split rail and pole fence to keep the horses in. Plain. Blah, ordinary. I would love to replace it all with white board fence to have the look of a southern country farm. LOL. Expensive! We also have electric fence to keep the boys from wondering. Don't want to back up to that one accidentally. Wonderful photos.

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  7. just gorgeous scenes! perfect autumn views. thanks, pamela!

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  8. There's so much Maritime charm in these photo, Pamela!

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  9. Such gorgeous photos of "our" beloved Kings Landing Pam. I "know" every one of these fences... Beautiful!

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  10. Oh my, Pamela...these are absolutely breathtaking!

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  11. The scenery is the best part of those fences.

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  12. Great fences! And gorgeous countryside, lake and farm! Beautiful shots!

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  13. Yes I see it. Love your fence shots. Hug B

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  14. Love all your fences here and your photos just knock my sox off....!
    Such great scenery to photograph.

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  15. Lovely lovely scenery and fences!

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  16. Gorgeous country photos. You live in such a picturesque part of Canada.

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  17. A nice collection of fences. I especially like the first photo. Thank you for visiting my One Tired Old Fence.

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  18. These are all such beautiful scenes!

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  19. I fond of fences too.
    Merle..............

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  20. Gorgeous views of the lake, church and the farm. Awesome fence shots. Enjoy your evening.

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  21. love all of these, just beautiful!

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  22. You took so many beautiful fences and it's fun to see them all in one week. I didn't have as many to choose from this week. Love seeing your pretty Fall colors and leaves on the ground! Enjoy your evening my friend! Hugs Diane

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  23. Enjoyed so much seeing some of the lovely sights from your part of the world.

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  24. Good fences...good photos...and a good post. :)

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  25. These are all great. Those first 3 shots are simply divine. Your collage was really neat as well.

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  26. Hi Pamela, beautiful scenery, all lovely photos. I love your header photo too. Thanks for stopping by.

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  27. These are all wonderful but photo 1and 2 are my favs. That curving road beckons me.

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  28. Wow; How gorgeous the autumn scene of 'Kings Landing'♡♡♡ I LOVE all the western atmosphere with great fences. Love the collage with barn and horses (wagon).
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  29. Absolutely some beautiful fences, Kings Landing is an awesome place I just love seeing your pictures there it tells me you have a good visit each time. I think my favourite is the church and wooden fence. Raw wood appeals to me, wether it is drift wood, unpainted wood, or barn wood and weathered.

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  30. So besutiful...great composition and color and the autumnal theme is always a winner with me.

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  31. Awesome pictures and no I did not see the fence thru the barn door.
    My fav is the 1st one of the lake view and then the church runs neck and neck

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