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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

For Good Fences...

I'm going to try to remember to enter these in Tex's Good Fences if I can remember.  The one above is from several years ago....
and this one is from a week or so ago.  It looks to have seen some bad weather, but I bet it will be standing a few years to come.

24 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the poppies! so pretty! but i love a good old barn, too. thanks, rose!

Judy said...

Good to see you back posting again. I love the barn, but I really like that top one!

Anonymous said...

Look at those gorgeous poppies against that wonderful wooden fence!

A great barn, too. It's amazing how some are still standing. :)

Thanks for your comments tonight. I'm not going to be posting for a while but will be around.

Lindy

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love these! Are they poppies? A beautiful picture. The barn is not too far gone YET. If someone would get with it and fix it up.

Anonymous said...

I love both of these photos, Rose. Have a good day.

Sandra said...

that first pic is awesome, and i like that fence type a lot...

Lynne said...

Loved both pictures . . .
I hope the weathered barn continues its stand!

Amy Burzese said...

You remembered! Beautiful flowers and fence, and of course< I love the barn. I think it will be standing for a while yet.

barbara l. hale said...

Those poppies really pop! Gorgeous! Neat old barn, too.

don said...

These are very good fence shots. That barn needs some attention, but I think you are right about it surviving for some time.

Felicia said...

I just LOVE both of these images.

Wonderful.

Photo Cache said...

beautiful shots. although the barn is screaming for some tlc.

Ruth Kelly said...

That barn has seen a better day.

Ida said...

So glad you remembered to share. The wild poppies are so pretty against the fence. It's amazing how long those old barns can stay standing. Both were great shots.

Breathtaking said...

Hello!:) Both of your fence finds are great. The first one with the poppies is very pretty, and the old barn in the second has a lot of character.

EG CameraGirl said...

Love the red blossoms in the first photo. And I bet that old barn will still be standing for a while longer. It isn't falling over yet.

21 Wits said...

Much character and plenty of memories I imagine make up this barn's story! Great photos!

Latane Barton said...

Oh My Goodness, I love the poppies along the old fence. good choice for Good Fences.

George said...

I'm glad you found this first photo in your archives. The fence looks great behind those poppies.

LV said...

The building may go, but I believe the fences will stand.

A Colorful World said...

Very nice...love the poppies!

Elaine said...

Very nice! The barn looks like a tough old gal.

Debby Ray said...

Sorry I am just now getting a chance to comment on your "fence post" ...away from the internet...anyway, these are really great photos. Are the flowers poppies? Boy, the really POP next the old fence...great old barn too!

Anonymous said...

Love the flowers on that great fence.

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