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Thursday, February 9, 2012

New and old for Friday's fences....

It is time for Friday's fences again, so lets begin with something totally new. This is from the strip pits, taken Tuesday evening. I probably should have only posted the photo below, but went ahead and did both of them.

For some old, the above was taken I don't know when...kind of blurry...and has never been published for that reason.
This last one is old...with the one below being an altered version of the above. But don't ask me what I did because I don't have a clue. It was done so long ago.
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26 comments:

Jan n Jer said...

Wow...that 4th shot is awesome! Very arty looking!

TexWisGirl said...

LOVE the pheasants! so cool!

Jim said...

Wonderful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

SquirrelQueen said...

That is a great shot of the pheasants! I love your photo of the spider's web, both versions.

Beth said...

oh, great shots. i'm loving the last one. that is really cool. nifty swifty. (:

rkbsnana said...

I so love your pictures. Winter is all so grey but in your pics it looks fabulous. Love the black and white web

Judy said...

Wow, two pheasants together...I can only get one at a time...Great shots!

Marie said...

I love all the fences here, but especially the one with the spider web! Really neat!

Debbie Smith said...

A great capture of the spider web through the fence!

Happy Friday!
Debbie's Travels

Elaine said...

I love the spider web, both the original and the altered version. I like the composition, and the fence is just the perfect touch for the photo.

Linda said...

Love the shot of the web - before and after! I have some I did a few months back no a foggy morning - the absolutely best time for shooting a spider web. Nice shots!

SportyMummy said...

Beautiful shot of that spider web on the fence!

Judy said...

The pheasants are beautiful!! I love the natural spiderweb, but the altered version has a certain charm, too...

Faye said...

What a handsome couple! But I also like the "old" neighborhood even though you're not totally pleased with it. And this must be playful Friday--or bored February--everyone seems to be in a special effects/editing mood--with surprising results--like your spider web that's now an abstract.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

A nice collection of scenes behind and in front of the hog fence. :)

Sandra said...

you are doing what Ann at Snap Edit and i are doing, we have been digging in our archives and just like you we found things we did way back when and no clue how. these are great, the web and the edit.

don said...

A fine series, Rose! I like the pheasant shots very much. The webs are special too. I tap my archives and can't remember where I took many of the pictures...a bummer to like a picture and not remember where it was.

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Great photo's! Love the pheasants along the fence...they really are pretty birds. Hope your weekend is a good one.
Maura :)

George said...

I like both your old and new photos. The original photo of the spider web is very good, but what you did with it is neat as well.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice shots.

Regards and best wishes

Lesley said...

I am not at all fond of the spider web, but I like your technique with it. Love the pheasants, though!

Thanks for all your comments - it does mean a lot to me.

Rebecca said...

Such a cool collection of images. Your photos are tack sharp and I love how you played with the spider web photo.

Southwest Arkie said...

Great shots- old or new!

barbara l. hale said...

Great bunch of fence pics. I love seeing those pheasants. We have one hanging around our house these days. An escapee from the rod and gun club. He managed to survive. Good thing. A nice bright spot in our day when we see him.

Susan said...

Awesome shots, love the pheasant photos! Beautiful!

Liz said...

Great shots!! Love the pheasants!

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