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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Searching through the archives

It is late, but I am attempting to join Friday's fences once again.  I had to dig through the archives for the first two...
but this last one was from tonight...

Friday's Fences 

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

laughed at the llamas. nice deer!

Leave It To Davis said...

How come Friday's Fences are posted on Thursday, is what I'd like to know. They seem to be a tad bit impatient, if you ask me! I posted after you, so you were not late...or I was extremely late!

Marie said...

I liked these! No, you aren't late. Most people try to post on Thursday night but all day Friday is good too.

Ginny said...

I like what is behind the fences better than the fences!!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't get to see Llamas very often. Nice shots.

Genealogy Junkie said...

The llama pic is too cute!

Tanya Breese said...

i love that cute llama!!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Love the fences - I'm often surprised how many times fences appear in our photos.

Sandra said...

all three are perfect but you know i love the one with the four legged critter best of all

4RRanch said...

With a lock like that is it a fear of the lamas getting out or someone getting in? Enjoyed the pictures.

Mary said...

Love that first shot with all the tall waving grasses. Hope they grow tall again SOON! Neat llama shot!

Judy said...

Better late than never :)
Love the llama shot!

don said...

You came up with some good fence shots. I liked the animal looking at the camera too. Neat shots.

EG CameraGirl said...

Sweet photo of the llamas!

Nature in the Burbs said...

I enjoyed all of these!!

Faye said...

I hear you about having to dig through the archives, Rose. Me too. And your first photos are like a breath of spring air for winter weary people. Being a weather contrarian, I appreciate your photo in the now even more. Okay with me if winter stays around a bit more but don't say that too loudly!

Dee said...

I am enjoying your archives very much. This photo has me raring to go back road wandering :)

Liz Needle said...

Lovely set of photos, but the first one is my favourite. A lovely old well used agte and fence with that cute little building in the background. Great colour combination. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

some one needs a shave. wow, that is a lot of hair. great hiding barn. ( :

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