Thursday, March 27, 2014

Good Fences


Decorative Fence

Keeping Horses In


Keeping Other Horses In
and their hay bales, lest they try a quick getaway


Keeping Rabbits OUT!!!
to save my poor cranberry bush


Some fences keep things in, some fences keep things out, and some fences are merely decorative. I like all three.


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44 comments:

Denise said...

Good post.

Diane said...

Very nice!

Gert said...

Great photos! Love your fences!

TexWisGirl said...

thank you for linking in! loved the rural scenes and the snow-covered one!

Jenn C said...

I miss seeing fences like that... as silly as that might sound. Out here, you don't get a lot of that... just lots of walls!!

Margaret Adamson said...

Hi Judy I like all your fence shots.

Sandra said...

i like all your snowy and very beautiful fences.. and they do come under Good fences. gave me an idea, wonder if i could find bad fences... will have to look...

Bonnie said...

Judy, I just realized I had never seen a cranberry bush. I have seen cranberries floating in the water to be processed. I need to look up more about the growing period etc. Have you done any posts about that in the past? Since I just met you I am not sure.

Blocking no-reply comments stopped the spam I was getting. After several years of frustration it was a great blessing for them to go away.

I lived in Alaska for five years and break up was in May. Couldn't plant until after Memorial Day so I UNDERSTAND how you are longing for spring. Having lived in Alabama all my life it was an adjustment for me.

Have a great week.

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Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Fences serve a variety of good purposes and you've captured many. Visiting from Good Fences. xo

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful fences all.

Jean | Delightful Repast said...

Judy, you always take photos of things I like: fences, doors, stone walls, stone buildings, barns ... I could just take you along wherever I go and have you do all the picture-taking and you'd take all the pictures that *I* would have!

Susan said...

Hi Judy, beautiful photos, especially the last... the rabbit keeper-outer :D)

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, love a good fence post :) Blessings Francine.

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

These are great fences! Love the snow-covered one. We have a decorative fence--doesn't keep anything in or out! :-)

Visiting from T's Good Fences.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

So lovely and scenic!

Visiting from Good Fences,
~Lindy

My fence

Ruth Kelly said...

Are those your horses?

Vee said...

Oh be still my heart...almond and cocoa. I might want to eat it!

I like fences, too, and have my favorites in this town. I even have a fence, though my property is small.

Terri D. said...

Lovely shots of three kinds of good fences!! I think I am still a country girl at heart. I love seeing the fields, livestock, barns and fences!! Thanks for always sharing such lovely photos!

Karen said...

Pretty winter scenes. Love the snow covered "rabbit" fence.

Roan said...

I like all 3, too! I'm especially fond of the ones keeping horses in. Nice combo. The snow...not so much. But makes for beautiful fence pics.

Mike said...

I hate it when the hay bales escape. I remember one morning going out and only finding a needle where my bales had been.

LV said...

Cannot blame them for wanting out to find a warmer place. Lovely fence view.

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Love them all- hope you didn't have to wrangle those hay bales! LOL!

camp and cottage living said...

I like them all too, Judy.
I especially like those horses behind the fence!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

My goodness...are you still getting some snow storms? This winter has been a rough one to go into history books for sure.

and, ps...NCIS is a crime drama on NBC

Have a super day

NanaDiana said...

I LOVE your fence pictures, Judy. I have always LOVED fences of any kind. xo Diana

Karen S. said...

Very pretty, and it looks a lot like home here in Minnesota!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I thought of Robert Frost when I first saw this post roll up!

xo

Sheila

Farm Girl said...

What a pretty place and all of the fence look so nice. I love your fences.

Blackberry Lane said...

Love your photos so much. So happy TexWis is continuing this meme. Look forward to joining in soon.
Have a good night.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

You have some great fence photos! The last one is very pretty with all that snow.

Deb said...

BRRRR those are cold fences...I love looking at them...but wouldn't want to be in the cold...so happy you shared them with us...Thank you for coming by to visit....

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Beautiful snowy scenes - love the horses! - Karen

Lady Linda said...

WOW...great pictures!

Lady Linda said...

WOW...great pictures!

Suzan Sweatman said...

Well I never thought of it before but now I love fences too ( they also make for good neighbors - you forgot about that lol )
Beautiful photos Judy!
XOX

Chel @ Sweetbriar Dreams said...

I love good old fences that can tell a tale. xx

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The horses sure are beautiful and I love the rabbit fence with snow. I'm joining in this morning...new to me! Enjoy your day my friend! Hugs!

Nancy's Notes said...

Fences are all just wonderful, the snow on them, just awesome~

Cynthia said...

Lovely photos Judy and I never thought of it that way. Now I love the fences too!!!

Cynthia

bailey-road.com said...

Good fences have many purposes. Lovely shots.

Eva Ason said...

Lovely photos of the fences.

Brian King said...

Nice winter shots! I really like the third one!

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