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Friday, November 18, 2011

Friday's fences

I don't think I have posted this shot, though it was taken back in September on the way to a family picnic. It is a drive-by shot, but I still like it just fine. I am linking to Jan's Friday's Fences....and boy, oh, boy, do I like her entry for today.

I will try to get by to visit everyone later tonight.

21 comments:

Judy said...

and I love the barn that is behind it.

Sandra said...

this photo fits your blog name perfectly. it makes me think that time stands still. beautiful

Anonymous said...

The fence is great, but I'm lovin that barn... the cupola, too! Niiice

TexWisGirl said...

tricia beat me to it! i just KNEW she was going to salivate over that gorgeous barn! me too!!!

Carletta said...

We're on the same wavelength today Rose. I posted a another barn as well.
Love the barn and the trees. The fence surrounds the whole scene and makes it very picturesque.
Carletta@Round The Bend

don said...

It's a very good drive-by shot. I like the contrast between the brighter roof and the deep colors in the grass and trees. Looks good to me.

Jeannelle said...

Very nice shot, drive-by or not!

LC said...

Rather idyllic-looking!

Ginny said...

Her entry IS stunning, but I like yours as well. I like the many sided shape of that tiny turret on the roof!

Buttons said...

Oh I love this barn and the fence is the perfect kind to compliment it. I have a barn addiction. B

Jan n Jer said...

Great shot...love the setting..such a pretty picture! Thanks for playing FF

Ellie said...

It is a good shot, love the barn and all the trees.

rkbsnana said...

Good job for a drive by.

Faye said...

Barn red and mustard yellow are my two favorite house colors. In contrast to a lot of farms these days, this barn and land seems like it is being kept up very well. As for "drive by" sometimes--like you did here--the photographer gets lucky!

Michaele said...

Who cares about the fence, this shot is poster perfect. It just talks to me somehow. Okay, the fence it cool too.

George said...

This is a great shot.

Carole Meisenhelter said...

no barns where I live and you certainy have a lovely fence photograph for this week

Bridget Larsen said...

Could not tell that you drove by, that barn is gorgeous even though I now this is a fence post lol. the pictures behind all these fences are the best
Bridget #2

EG Wow said...

I like the mood of this shot - calm and peaceful.

dr momi said...

....a picture of peace.

Lindy MacDuff said...

You sure this is a drive-by? It's not fuzzy at all! That's a good looking barn and fence.

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