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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Featuring fences on the fly

We pass several barns going to and from Lorelei's home.  I have never made much of an effort to capture them since we are usually going 60 mph.  However, I gave it a try the other day.  They have all been worked with to try to make them what they are.  The ones featured here all have fences included in the shots.
This is a retirement place for Thoroughbreds....we always think this is such a beautiful view looking on past the barn.
Both of the above were from the highway.
This one is from the back road...only going 30-40 mph.  It is a paved back road with no place to pull off.  And though there is not a lot of traffic, we never can just stop for me to take photos.
And another from the same road....

Linking to Good Fences...

edited to add:  Again, the photos look a bit out of focus unless you click to expand the view.

Edited one more time:  I found out that a setting in the html had had a default setting changed.  I changed it back to what it used to be and that seems to have did the trick.

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

your blog is still doing that weird out-of-focus thing on the page and very clear when you click on the photo! so strange!

i think 'fences on the fly' could be your thing. like mine was 'put a fence in front of it.' :)

Ginny said...

So much lovely variety on the trip!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I'm very impressed by your "on the fly" photos; I've tried it but never had much success. They somehow capture the landscape perfectly.

eileeninmd said...

Wow, you are good at taking photos on the fly.. I love these barns and farms. Great fence captures. Enjoy your day!

TexWisGirl said...

looks much better!

don said...

You did some good shooting despite being "drive by" images. I have to do that myself too much of the time.
Even if you had a little blur it would be worth it.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Barns on the fly...cool concept!
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Stephanie said...

Love these images, beautiful scenery.

Ida said...

You did a fine job taking these fence shots on the fly. It's difficult to get pictures when one is traveling fairly fast. I liked them all.

NatureFootstep said...

taken from a car the fences seem pretty good :)

LV said...

You did a marvelous job on the fences to be taken while moving.

Marie C said...

They don't look "on the fly" at all! :-) Beautiful barns & fences, Rose!

Lois said...

Lovely shots! I always enjoy seeing silos.

Cranberry Morning said...

I like that big square house and silos. Nice fences. I'd love to see retired Thoroughbreds in a pasture. They're beautiful!

Kathy said...

Those are some amazing barns!

Andy Wilson said...

60mph photos! Could be the start of a new trend or a new blog!

Mildred said...

Beautiful views and you did a great job with the photos.

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely farm buildings and fences.

Pauline Woodcock said...

You did really well on the fly. I'm hopeless at those. You captured some lovely scenes but I like the last one best. Stubble always looks good to me!

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