Thursday, January 8, 2015

Good Fences ~ No. 4




A fence on the north side of our field here in the canyon.



Joining Tex for Good Fences fun!












29 comments:

  1. except for the mountains and the rabbit brush, that could be a texas fence. :) lots of old posts, t-posts and barbed wire here! thanks, inger!

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  2. Pretty fence scene, with the barbed wire, post and brush. Have a happy day!

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  3. Sturdy old post :) Love it!
    Just wondering how many bruises that person got,
    while tying the wire around it :D
    And of course I love the landscape you're living in Inger :)
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  4. Have similar here - only no lovely desert. Still in love with your header.

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  5. Lots of nice texture in this photo, Inger. I like seeing the three versions of the fence too.

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  6. Looks like a lot of wide open space being fenced in.

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  7. Hi Inger .. gosh what would we have done without barbed wire? Nasty stuff .. but so good at fencing. Love the shots - the hazy sage green style .. just right for a winter canyon image ...

    Take care and all the best - and thinking of you - Hilary

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  8. Yes, barbed wire photos always remind me of the time I got thrown off a horse onto one! Not a feel-good moment! Lovely photos. Have a healing new year!

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  9. a good fence for protecting for sure.. and also a scary fence if the animals get in it. do your dogs know to be careful of it? or do you keep them on a leash when outside

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  10. That looks a good sturdy fence post with plenty of barbed wire round it

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  11. Fences have many uses, all of them good. Your photos would make awesome sketches.

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  12. Those posts and barbed wire could be anywhere in the west.

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  13. So interesting to see the desert landscape. Nice fence shots. I like how the barbed wire is wrapped around the post.

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  14. I am interested in knowing what the fences are for? Keeping something in? Or keeping something out? I have been think of you and hoping things are going well

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  15. Hello Inger, I have been hopping around this morning looking at the "Good Fences" posts. My husband and I live in the desert of Washington state and your area looks very much like ours. Reading that you came from Sweden, all that I could think of was, what a huge change in environments. Do you enjoy the desert? I came here because my sister lived here and I hated it. Then I met my husband and after forty years of living here it has become a thing of beauty to me. I am your newest follower. At the moment I am celebrating my three year blogging birthday with a Give-A-way, please come visit and get your name in the hat.
    Happy to meet you,
    Connie :)

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  16. I love sturdy, reliable fence posts like that! And BTW, ubiquitous is one of my favorites as well!! Thank you so much for following my blog.

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  17. Oh. I just read your profile. My paternal grandfather came here from Sweden. Actually, the story is that he was born on the ship on the way to the USA from Sweden!

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  18. Very nice fence! Have a great day!

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  19. That post has character but the barbed wire made my old scars itch. That is effective but wicked stuff. Love those mountains in the back ground.

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  20. *sigh* My husband loves this scene. Just his type of landscape!

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  21. Hi,
    I found your blog over at Cranberry Morning.
    My name is Carla, I am a new follower.

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  22. That post and the barbed wire make a pretty serious fence!! :-)

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  23. Hi Inger,
    Lovely photos as I really like that landscape there where you live. I am however not a fan of barbed wire it's really deadly stuff on horses when we had them.
    Take care in the new year my friend. Nan

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  24. Wishing you both, good health in the New Year. It is so important, especially for a caregiver, as I have discovered.

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  25. I always enjoying seeing your surroundings -- so different from the NC mountains.

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  26. I had an electric fence for years, but I was always having to fix it. Trees would fall on it, bears and hogs would tear it down to get into the meadow and eat my corn. Finally I just gave up!

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  27. Inger, these fences looks like so much with the fences we have surrounding the farms around here.
    Love always seeing your landscape and nature!
    Wishing you all a very nice weekend.
    Many hugs.

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  28. Fabulous photos, Inger! Hope you're doing well! Debra

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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