Monday, February 3, 2020

Fences




After wild burros were rescued from places where either their lives were in danger from traffic or places where they had become a nuisance and were no longer welcome, they were fenced in at the Donkey Rescue. Safe, happy when feeding time came around, but how did they really feel I wonder. After the rescue moved to Texas, they now have plenty of space to safely roam.


Not a fence, but a gate to keep us humans safe.



I'm pretty sure that without a fence, much mischief would be caused by these two.


A fence at the Buddhist temple serves as a resting place for a mop.



A fence on my property provides a photo op.







21 comments:

  1. Could be a metaphor for staying out of danger.

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  2. Hello, I love your header photo, cute dog! Great series of fence photos. I love the burros and the goat. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great new week!

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  3. I love those burros and it's always neat to see a long train! Love your new snow banner too! Enjoy your day!

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  4. Hi Inger - love the photos ... and yes I hope the donkeys are happier once settled with wide open spaces in Texas; but the serenity around your home, well perhaps not the noise from the freight train on the Tehachapi Loop, is always magical to see ... take care and great to see you around again - cheers Hilary

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  5. my favorite fence is the one on your property, my favorite photos is the goats, but it ties for first place with the donkeys... love all your fences today and what they contain.. also LOVE trains

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  6. I just love that little black burro. Fences do provide us with many services. I like to think safety is the best. I know mine keeps Callie out of the way of cars and aggressive dogs. She has no street smarts.

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  7. I think my favorite is the Buddhist Temple. We have nothing around here that looks like this. Wow, the horns on those goats! I agree, they look very feisty!

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  8. Fences are so important! They are meant to separate, to protect, to defend humans, animals, fields.
    The two pictures ( the donkeys and your property) say it all.

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  9. What a great header photo, and a fence with a gate, stile, battens, barbed wire for the top run, to keep cows in or bulls out, holding the hammer behind as my Dad nailed on new battens, what memories your words give me today.

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  10. Love the burros and that their relocation has helped and will be great in Texas.

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  11. Your header photo was fabulous and I enjoyed your fence pictures also. I was glad to read that the burros are in a good place to live out their lives.

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  12. Nice that the burros have a safe spot to live. All creatures deserve that. I especially like the fence photo on your property.

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  13. My favorite is the goat looking over the fence!!

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  14. Wild animals tend to accept the reality around them and settle in with little fuss so long as the area is large enough to stretch their legs. It's we humans that tend to brood over the good old days! :-)

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  15. Fences have such great stories behind them. I am glad that those burros got rescued. I really love burros. I love your fence too.

    I'm so glad that you're back :)

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  16. Mops work hard. They need a good place to rest. I'm happy that the burros are safe.

    Love,
    Janie

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  17. Glad for the burros having a safe place. The pictures are precious!

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  18. I like this post! it's an unusual one and made me think.
    I've never thought that much about fences and how they affect our lives.
    I love donkeys and goats and trains!
    the comments are wonderful here aren't they? we have a great little community!
    we're expecting snow. our very first (and probably only) of the winter! I can't wait! xo

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  19. Hello Friend!

    I love the pictures, and I also love whatever will keep **them** safe, in this case, the fence.

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  21. i love when i see a donkey which doesn't happen often Last time was up in Big Bear City on a prooperty ranch we walked by. I fondly remember donkeys off the 15 freeway on a ranch and there was a road that ran by it and we would get off the freeway and get up close to the donkeys for photo shoots.

    Love your photos

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