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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Friday's Fences

 We were wondering around down by Linton...first we went to the Bee Hunter's area...found these birdhouses.
 I think it was partly cause of it being a dreary day, but could not find a good way to photograph the whole row, but am showing these anyway.  It was so much fun to come upon them.
 This is just a couple of the birdhouse designs...
I thought they would make for a different kind of Friday's Fences.

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very colorful on a dreary day and great for a smile. Thanks!

Carletta said...

If I had a fence like this I'd want to do this too.
What a unique find Rose!

Judy said...

Oh my goodness this is awesome! What a way to put a smile on anyone's face.

E. said...

that makes me giggle. they are all hanging out at the fence talking. so neat! such a great find. ( :

TexWisGirl said...

too funny. :)

barbara l. hale said...

Oh, I love those! Glad you shared them in spite of the gloomy day.

George said...

These are very interesting -- and beautiful -- birdhouses. I'm glad you found them and shared them here.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

How fun! I'm glad you came across them and shared them with us.

Unknown said...

It is so much fun to drive past miles of the same old boring fences, and then find one that is decorated. I always wonder who lives on these farms. Just someone creative an artist...

Ginny Hartzler said...

These are wonderful and whimsical, I love them!!! Please post more!!

Anthony Hopper said...

Neat fence/design. Great photo!

Leave It To Davis said...

I adore this!!!! I wish that was my fence! It makes people smile, and gives the birds a place to live all at the same time. What wonderful people must live there!

s.c said...

Nice find. Somebody made a real artwork here.

Anonymous said...

Unique contribution to FF. These are awesome!

Jan n Jer said...

what a bright spot in a otherwise dreary day! These are so adorable n creative

Latane Barton said...

Those are different for sure and most enjoyable.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic and funny birdhouses. So neat to see them all along the fence.

Jori said...

How fun! I love it!

don said...

I think you did a good job of capturing the bird houses by getting some long shots and then moving in to give us a few closeups.

Revrunner said...

Those are fun! And thanks for the close-ups.

Sandra said...

it is perfect for fence day... i like those little faces... this would shift me in to snapping mode for sure.

EG CameraGirl said...

I really like the owner's imagination!

Faye said...

What a sense of hunor the owner of this fence must have. Love these "finds" that all our photo/blogger friends come upon to share.

Happy holidays to you and yours, Rose. And safe travels if you need to be on the road.

Nancy said...

Joyful birdhouses. I love this!

Anonymous said...

How cute! Gotta love the Purdue birdhouse! ;-)

~Lindy

Susan said...

How fun! Someone has a great imagination!

Mary said...

What interesting birdhouses! I'd want to take photos of each one...so cool!

Sally in WA said...

This is a great fence! I love all the different birdhouses.

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Quirky find!

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