love the photo bomber and the EAR gives contrast to the RUST... plus it made me smile. I often have paws and tails in my photos
I'm very familiar with rusty old fencing and rebars. We have some on our old farm. It looks like they haven't been forgotten for too long and still look in good condition for fencing. I love how Samson bombed the photo. I wish you a good day. Water is rising again after all this rain and more on the way. Hugs, Julia
Do you have a plan for the fence or is it going to be a photography subject?
No, I just hope to be able to clean up around the outside here this spring. I'm sure I will post about any progress.
It looks to be in good shape, but then, doesn't it take longer for things to rust in the desert?
Hi Inger - looks like you could use the fencing with some help... probably from someone other than 4 legged friend or white-eared boy! Lovely to see ... cheers Hilaryhttp://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/x-is-for-x-war-facts.html
white and rust, great colour contrasts.
Love that photo bomb ear. Way to go big guy.
That could actually be useful if needed, makes a nice picture and only enhanced by the photo bomb.
I think I have some of the same stuff out in the barn!
Love Samson photobombing your image! (probably thinking why is she so interested in this old thing. . .) Some people like 'rust' on signs, and other old things like bikes and cars. To me it shows that the Earth slowly takes back what we take from it, as rust will eventually dissolve into dust. Glad you visited my book review of Jessica Bell's latest book.
Amzing photos of fencing material.Samson is always adorable!
Ops! I mean amazing photos...
That looks like concrete re inforcing wire. If so it makes lovely tomato cages etc, but will be the dickens to straighten out for fence.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger