Thursday, June 6, 2013

Fridays Fences ~ # 84

 This fence has seen better days....just happened to walk by and  looked in between an old rail trestle and garage and spotted it.  I am thinking the fence was here before the garage.
                                                                   
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17 comments:

LV said...

It may be old and falling down, but still holds some pretty greenry.

Nature in the Burbs said...

If you wanted to fix it, it would be so hard to squeeze in there and have room to work!

TexWisGirl said...

i agree w/ nature in the burbs. might be a snug fit to try and attach clips!

Karen S. said...

It sure has seen it's better days, long ago, but your photo of it is quite cool!

Karen S. said...

It sure has seen it's better days, long ago, but your photo of it is quite cool!

Liz Needle said...

Good capture. Lucky you were looking in the right spot.

Tanya Breese said...

nothing a few strands of wire can't fix!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

this fence needs some TLC asap. ha. ha!!

have a great weekend. rainy here. you both take care. ( :

TErie said...

Definitely can be fixed then let the wild greens grow, morning glory is my favorite fence climber :-)

don said...

I like the loose fence as though it's trying to be free.
Looks good to me.

Pat said...

That greenery will beautify the space.

barbara l. hale said...

It does look like it could use a hand or two. But it makes a nice prop for that vine that's growing on it. Nice catch!

Liz said...

It doesn't look rusty though! I probably just needs some straightening & TLC.

Pam ;) said...

The greenery is loving it and might even be helping to hold it up ~:)

A Quiet Corner said...

Nature in the burbs can be a tad tight apparently...glad I have lots of space!...:)JP

Carole M. said...

it served it's purpose for a time, then someone has forgotten it...

Betsy said...

I like metal fences like this because it can support some pretty flowering vines