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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

All drive-bys, all from October 5, 2015

I am going back to the drive up to Shipshewana for my Good Fences post.  Notice they all have barns in them, too.
First there is this barn with fence...it has only been touched a little...but I have to show you this version:
I hit the 'Boost' button and really like the improvement.  At least on this computer.  I know images sometimes look totally different on different computers.
Next we have this one...I love the looks of that old fence.  Click to expand the view to see it better.
Then there is this shot...just a regular fence with it...
and then this is the last one for this post.  With a nice white board fence...slightly out of focus.

Linking to Theresa's Good Fences...thank you so much for keeping this meme going...and hope you and everyone else has a Happy Thanksgiving.

19 comments:

GreenComotion said...

Beautiful country scenes, Rose! Well photographed.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Peace :)

Nancy Chan said...

Hi Rose, Pretty nice fence series. Happy Thanksgiving to you and family!

TexWisGirl said...

i like the cool old 'toothy' looking fence. :) thanks, rose! happy day to you!

Sandra said...

I love them all and boost is beautiful on my screen, desk top but will look different on laptop. i often wonder what mine look like on diffeent monitors. i love the last shot best of all

EG CameraGirl said...

Boost looks very good on my screen. My favourite of these barns is the lat one, though.

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful, Rose! Love that first big barn with the huge hay loft. Have a wonderful day, Rose.

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful, Rose! Love that first big barn with the huge hay loft. Have a wonderful day, Rose.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rose, wonderful collection of barns and fences.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

don said...

A very good collection of fence pictures. I like having a barn in each one.

Small City Scenes said...

All nice shots. the boost button sure does help. Although barns are always a good photo subject. I have a few more Heritage barns to show---if I can find them all. I have barn folders and then sometimes I just drop them in whatever I am uploading. I'm bad, I know.
MB

genie said...

Such a nice collection of barns. and the building behind the H and R Block sign is beautiful. This is the first time I have been to this one other blog of yours. Thanks for directing me here. Hope your Thanksgiving Day was a nice one.

Revrunner said...

Some hard working barns.

Mildred said...

I clicked and enlarged them - they are all gorgeous.

Stephanie said...

A wonderful variety of barn shots!

Bethany Carson said...

Enjoyed your barns and fences, Rose!

Cath said...

I always like to 'boost' my photo's to how I see them with the naked eye! Yours looks wonderful on my computer. I love the barns...we don't get barns like that over here in Australia.

doodles n daydreams said...

Great barns and fences.
Happy thanksgiving.

Diana

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

An excellent series of pics. Happy Thanksgiving!
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Ida said...

Sorry to be late commenting. We had company over the holiday and then I got sick so I'm just now getting around to commenting on GF - You find such great barns and fences. I really liked these alot, especially the first one with the added "boost" effect.

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