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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

For Good Fences...

First of all, a photo from just a week or two ago.  I must say, this was much more beautiful in real life than in this photo.
Then there is this one, taken earlier this summer.  It is on the highway between Rockville and Clinton here in Indiana.  It is a busy road, no place to pull over, a lot of times can't even slow down.  So this was taken through the windshield.


25 comments:

Felicia said...

both are beautiful Rose.

Judy said...

Love that top one, tho both are great.

Lynne said...

I like them both, something about a wire fence and flowers that pulls me in for a view . . . Old bans do the same!

Lynne said...

How about, old barns . . . must be the late hour.

Hootin' Anni said...

Pretty! I really like the flowering vine and wooden fence post.

Sandra said...

awesome through the windshield at highs speed shot. i love it..

TexWisGirl said...

love the top one for the overgrowth and blooms! nice scene you snagged in the 2nd, too! thanks, rose!

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm amazed at how well the shots you take through the windshield turn out, Rose.

John @ Beans and I on the Loose said...

You find the greatest things to photograph. Ah yes, like you said, no place to pull over, can't even slow down at times. I know that all to well especially while drive a small house down the road.

Debby Ray said...

Ahh...lovely country fences!

Small City Scenes said...

I do like Morning glories too.
Through the windshield---a title for a photo book. LOL
MB

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Country roads..love all the fun sights we can see..this barn looks very close to the road..I'm betting it was there first!

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Country roads..love all the fun sights we can see..this barn looks very close to the road..I'm betting it was there first!

21 Wits said...

Pretty flowers and fence, and your last photo is just simple quaint and charming!

LV said...

Great fences on both shots, but I love anything with flowers. However, that old farm building is neat.

barbara l. hale said...

Terrific photos! Love those white flowers. They look pretty nice in the photo, so they must have been spectacular in person.

RedPat said...

Like them both but especially the first one!

Ginny Hartzler said...

What are they? Are they white Morning Glories? So wild and pretty.

Anonymous said...

Both are great photos. Amazing what we have to go through to get shots to share!

Anonymous said...

I love the photos. Hope you have a nice evening.

Ida said...

Nice job with the "Drive-By" shot and that Morning Glory vine down the fence post is so pretty.

don said...

The flower shot is very pretty. The drive by shot of the barn looks very good. I like them both.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love old fences that are a good place for vines and flowers to grow! The barn is beautiful, too! Hugs!

Karen Lakis said...

They're both beautiful- I love the flowers! I'm not sure I've ever gotten as nice of a shot through a windshield!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photos. I think the morning glories look lovely draping the weathered fence post.

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