Love them both.I have a soft spot for winter scenes.
Me too...love them both!
really like them both, but yes, the 2nd one is totally a *sigh* beautiful scene. :)
The second scene looks very inviting - so pretty and peaceful. I love the cabin in the first, too - and that's quite a split-rail fence!
Both pictures are inviting! The first one because it is so cold and it looks like a warm place to stay...with the sidewalk all taken care of...and the second because I love horses and barns! And puffy clouds in blue skies!
These are wonderful! I adore the little cabin in the first shot!
This first fence is very, very strange!
Both are inviting shots. The first has a plank house. How cool is that!!! There is one by my place that was built in 1895. I wish it was mine. MB
Lovely wintry scene...
Love the log house and split rail fence! Would love to have that someone on my property. :)The second shot is idyllic. It has my kind of sky. I wish the sky always looked like this.
Your first shot is really interesting. A fascinating building. What is its purpose? We don't use wood for building anywhere near as much as you do. Most of our old places are stone because there was plenty of it.
a great fence and building. I would have liket to see the entrace from the side. It looks very interesting. :)
These are wonderful, Rose.I especially love the second one.Happy day to you!
Those are two nice fences. I love the top one because it must have a bunch of history behind it.
Split rail fences are most attractive, especially in the snow.
great choice on both of these. i love the house behind the fence...
they are both so pretty!
Both look great to me. That weathered wood is very good. I agree about the horse scene!
By the title, I thought your fence was buried in snow and...great scenes. I like the split rail fence.
Thanks for comment on my post too. I love both your pics on this one...maybe the house is my favorite. And I'm glad I looked at your other blog too. Now I'm trying to remember which Christmas we gave that red tractor to my sons...and where we lived at that time. It sure beat a tricycle!
The 1st one reminds me of pics I've seen from Valley Forge & makes me think George Washington is going to walk out the door any second! heheheThe 2nd is just beautiful w/ the barn, horse, sky & green grass... beautiful! =)
Both scenes look inviting to me, Rose. :)
Looking through that opening is great perspective. Beautiful!
Really like the lines of the entrance posts on the rail fencing. Looks just right in the foreground of the log cabin shot. And your country scene photo is just what we would hope to see on a country drive.
I love both of these. I always enjoy winter photos. The second on is just such a beautiful, relaxing scene.
Love the first one and don't remember it. That second one looks so spring like and appealing. I'm ready!
beautiful. ( :
I love both of these pictures. The second one looks warm. I so miss warm.
both are wonderful photo's that stir my heart...
What a cute log cabin and I see a covered bridge in the background, too. Lovely winter scene! I like your summery scene as a nice alternative.~Lindy
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