Thursday, January 21, 2016

Three little Fences

I looked back in my photo archives and found three interesting fence photos....

Found this old barn...fence...and dirt road, somewhere on our travels to Branson!  I highlighted the yellow in the tree because it truly was a gorgeous sight...

The owner of this fence has a unique way of displaying LOTS of stuff!  I've never met him, but just by driving past his home, it is clear to see that he enjoys life!!  The entire yard is filled with all kinds of animals that are made from clay, wood, and iron.  

One would probably NOT be able to guess where this fence railing is located....   I was actually waiting in the drive thru line at "Chick fil a" when I noticed the lovely roses in front of the railing.   I grabbed my phone and took a quick shot of it! 

Hope you all have enjoyed these fences today!  
I'm joining GOOD FENCES today...



  1. Very pretty fences. I especially like the 2nd fence with all the interesting items hanging on the fence.

  2. Great fences! I love the middle fence! I enjoy looking at the folk art people put in their yards.

  3. Hi Shug!

    I love old fences, as long as they aren't in my yard . . . ;0) They really do have so much charm, and I'm sure they could tell us quite a story. Isn't it funny where you will find the prettiest flowers?! We have a little drive thru in our small town, that has the most beautiful roses too; and some of the little planters outside restaurants have such pretty flowers in them. It makes me miss summer!

    Have a great day!


  4. One of our favorite places to go was Branson when my husband was alive. Love it there. You found some great and interesting sights along the way.

  5. i like the use of selective colorization on two of these. and that is a yard of whimsy! :)

  6. Very pretty fences!
    Amazing the fence with animals! :)

  7. Hello!:) All your fence finds are grear! The last one gives me good vibes.:)

  8. I enjoyed your fences very much. My favorite of the 3 was the first one with the bush highlighted.

  9. #3 just goes to show we always need to be on the alert! Great textures in the grasses in #1. I have fond memories of a colorful autumn tree, with the sun illuminating it. No photograph, but I can still see it in my mind. We stopped at a little restaurant that had a collection like #2.


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