Thursday, January 12, 2012

Fridays Fences ~ # 16

  Two fences....see the wire one in front of the wooden one!   I think the vegetation adds to this photo
  don't you agree?
Time for Friday's Fences, if you would like to join the fun...just post a picture of a fence or of something through a fence and sign up below....Thanks for playing!

33 comments:

Kim, USA said...

I think grapes is growing in here. ^_^

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Lesley said...

the wild vegetation definitely adds to the look!

TexWisGirl said...

a nice woodsy feel to this. :)

Bridget Larsen said...

new replacing the old, love the fences you are finding, this one has character especially with all that surrounds it

Teresa said...

That is so charming! Wooden fences are pretty, but the wire is much more useful.

SportyMummy said...

Hi, I'm a new follower and I love the photographic work on your blog! The fences linky is a really great idea so I thought that I would join in today for the first time. Thanks!

Rose said...

I really like this...love the wooded look to it.

Kathy said...

I wonder if the fences divide two neighboring properties and if one neighbor put up the wooden fence to hide the wire one.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Lots of character in this fence arrangement! And the foliage contributes the beauty!

Dianne said...

the vegetation adds a lot
I love old wood fences

Deb said...

cool shot....

Carletta said...

This begs to be the entrance to a "Secret Garden". :)
Lovely rustic shot!

Lois Evensen said...

Yes! Lovely. :)

Saun said...

I like it! I do think the vegetation does add to it :)

gigi said...

I promise I haven't forgot you :) I've been home with construction workers in my house all week! Handicap shower is finally tiled! Slow going but we will get there eventually :)

Faye said...

This looks like a GA, not PA, fence? Your photo also reminds me of a fence problem that I had where the person who lived alongside me didn't want to take down his old fence when I put up a new one. Can you imagine the trouble of weedeating between two fences. Should have done what the owners of this fence did--let the vegetation take over.

Linda said...

Your shots always inspire me to look for the unusual - and make me wonder about the stories behind the view. This one made me think of a friend's property on the farm - lots of fences, old and new. Wonderful shot!

Beth said...

i see that all the time. meaning that each neighbor puts up their own fence. guess they can not come to agreeable fence design or color & end up doing both. they say "fences are the best neighbors". i love it. great photo.

Liz said...

What a gorgeous fence!
I love this link up :)

Carole Meisenhelter said...

..yes the wire netting to support some vines I'd say; will look lovely over time with the green foliage clinging

Roan said...

I love the old fences with vegetation growing all around them. This one is a wonderful example.

Judy said...

I sometimes wonder why people add a second fence like that...

Misty Dawn said...

Very cool photo. Yes, the vegetation definitely adds to the photo!

Sandra said...

yes i agree about the vegetation, the shot is beautiful, and i like it with the green showing

Clytie said...

I really like the way the focus of the shot (the two overgrown fences) is wonderfully framed between the trees! :=} What a great catch!!!

Becky and Gary said...

Oh, I like this, and wonder what's on the other side?
Love the blue sky in your header.
Snow and blowing snow today. Temp 18ยบ
I think winter is finally here!
B.

Evelyn S. said...

I wonder which came first...the wire or the wood? My guess is that someone put up the wire, which wasn't terribly attractive, so the neighbor on the other side disguised it with the great wooden fence!

Pam said...

Those elusive fences keep eluding me but someday i too will capture one.. hopefully sooner rather than later.
Nice capture, Janis :)

Susan said...

Beautiful!

Francisca said...

Is this a property line where owners of both sides wanted their own fence? LOL! Yes, the green on brown looks terrific.

Pam said...

Double the trouble for someone trying to hop over both at the same time.
Nice shot Janis.
:)

JunieRose2005 said...

I like the rustic look of this photo!

I have a 'rustic' one up too! Come see!! :)


Junie

Shanna said...

Lovely colors!