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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Snow covered Friday's fence...

It is time for Friday's fences again...I started to post this another day, then thought that I would save it for today.  I know the fence isn't real prominent, but it sure is pretty.

21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

works well!

Marie said...

Wow! Another gorgeous snow-scene and fence! Hope the snow is gone now though...and doesn't come back till next year!

Ginny said...

For some reason, I love those tire treads going down the road.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

nice & snowy. ( :

Liz Needle said...

That is a lovely scene to say goodbye to winter. Somehow the photo has a real old world look about it.

Susan said...

It sure is Rose. Real pretty!

Elaine said...

I really like this shot!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Pretty! Seems to be a lot of fences with snow this week...including mine.

Leave It To Davis said...

That's a perfect fence scene!

s.c said...

Its a picture for a fairy tale. But for reality the snow may go now.Still as picture perfect.

Sandra said...

beautiful scene, road and fence and trees, i would love to travel it but not with snow on it. but it is beautiful to see

Tanya Breese said...

very pretty shot and that looks like a beautiful home down at the end of the road...i imagine it to be old, i'd rather it be old than new :D

Anonymous said...

yes, very pretty covered in snow! =)

don said...

I like the fence as a major part of the leading lines that take us back into the picture. Gorgeous snow covering on everything.

Jan n Jer said...

Yep..it sure is pretty...funny how snow can make anything look pretty!

Small City Scenes said...

I love the snow on the fence but am glad we have no snow and the sun is shining today. MB

Helene Titsch said...

As much as I will welcome spring, there are some beautiful scenes to view in winter. This is one!

Dee said...

I never tire of Winter photo's...you have some good one's :)

Revrunner said...

Looks very familiar--the snow, I mean, not the fence. :-)

George said...

This is a very pretty scene, but I'm hoping not to see any more snow this Spring.

msdewberry said...

That looks cold and wintery! Hopefully winter is on its way out and Spring is here.
Happy Easter!

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