Hi Inger - there are lots of these sorts of fences where farmers have struggled over the years ... but it has an attraction. Lovely mountains behind, which the train loop you're so fond of winds around ... and to know that you're 4,000 feet up ... I must be 150 feet up and perhaps six floors ... the birds soar outside the windows! Cheers for now ... Hilary
But it makes for an awesome photo!!
It is a little weak, but does not appear to be a big need in the area.
It really doesn't seem to matter, but it makes for nice photos!!
The view beyond the fence is beautiful.Love,Janie
I am mesmerised by all the gold! great photos!
These old barbed wire fences photograph so well!
It does create a boundary of sorts - good to keep it there, don't you agree?Lovely shots!
It's a fence, that's all that matters... right? Hi Inger! Hope the week is treating you well. Always good photos!!
makes great photos!
I love things that are old and falling down! Rust is even better! Have a great weekend, Inger!!
I think I lived in the desert in another life time. It feels like home.
The fence has no use except to frame the beautiful desert scene.
looks good to me, I like it even old and falling down, it is keep the rabbit brush company
Once it was proud and did its job. I can relate:))
Pretty pictures.I don't think I've ever mentioned how much I like your header picture of all the mailboxes.
Yes, that fence has seen better days.
What a painting that would make! You have a great eye for catching such images!
Gorgeous view beyond the fence! I would have trouble...I might drive off the road staring at the beauty! (breathe lighter)
So beautiful phitos, Inger!The little and delicate yellow flowers are pretty!What a gorgeous view to the mountain!
Ops! Sorry, I mean "photos".
It may not be good at keeping things in or out but I do like the old fencing and the pretty countryside around it.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger