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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Time for some fences!

I don't know if that s the grave of somebody or the grave of a beloved pet.  It is on private property, so I did not walk over to it.  Taken a few years ago...
 This is a shot from up near Shipshewana, taken October 7th.

Another fall shot, this time from Parke County.

I guess that is it for this time...thanks to Theresa we can still link to:


20 comments:

Sandi said...

Beautiful trees!

Someone took great care with that grave. Whoever it is was loved.

Stephanie said...

Love the trees and great fence choices!

TexWisGirl said...

thanks, dear rose. i'm hanging in there as best as i can. :)

LOVE the first tree. what a sweet gravesite.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rose, great fence find. The first photo with the pretty tree and gravesite is my favorite. Have a happy day!

EG CameraGirl said...

Love those bare limbs, so graceful!

Christine said...

I love all of these but there's just something about the last one that appeals to me especially.
Have a great day,

don said...

Someone picked an awesome spot under that beautiful tree for the final resting place of someone or something.

Nancy Chan said...

A nice resting place, under the big towering tree, secured with fence.

LV said...

A place of special meaning to someone. Great care as been taken and out all to itself.

Jutta.K said...

Interesting fences in the landscape.
nice autumn-colors on the trees.
It looks like a german landscape
This is my post
Greetings

Felicia said...

love these Rose, especially the first one.

Margaret Adamson said...

Love the huge tree in the first shot and the beautiful aumtumn colours

Ida said...

Very nice fence finds. - My favorite today is that last shot. I love the sturdy fence post and that gorgeous foliage in the background.

Sandra said...

before i relaized it is a grave, i laughed when the first photo came up, a tiny fence under a very big tree. that is what i thought. a peaceful place for a grave..

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

The trees are just fabulous.

Debby Ray said...

Oh...that first one tells such a story...it must be a mystery too because like you said, being on private property like that, it's hard to know if it is a loved one or a beloved pet's grave. I'm sure the story behind it is quite interesting. I actually warms my heart, seeing these family plots on private property. It's the way they did things in the olden days :)

Revrunner said...

Flags would suggest to me a family member.

Judy said...

I can totally see a swing hanging from a branch on that tree. Great shots Rose.

b.."E"..th said...

i love the fall colors ... so pretty. i really enjoy that close up at the last of the post. my fave. ( :

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It's so interesting to keep our eyes open and see all kinds of fences. Hugs, Diane

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