Sunday, November 28, 2010

Study of a Fence

We have a fence here on our farm.
Secret Agent Man took the time to build it several years ago.

It catches your eye as you drive down our small country road.


It also catches some of the best afternoon light,
that our farm has to offer.




37 comments:

  1. Pictures that look like paintings. Great compositions, with a glimpse of beautiful places. My favorite is the middle one!

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  2. Your pictures are always SO fabulous and really do tell a story. What a gift you have.

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  3. I love that fence. And you're right, it does catch the light just beautifully...

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  4. The wooden fences are always a joy to see. The second pic is great with the big tree framed between the boards.

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  5. Beautiful these shots...I like the colours!

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  6. Such a simple structure, but so much depth and warmth is brought out in your photos. The framing is lovely. :)

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  7. That would make a wonderful note card collection (if people still used note cards - I try to!) They're wonderful. Your S.A.M. did a great job on the fence, and I hope as it ages it continues to pose for your pictures!

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  8. Who would guess that a simple wood fence could create such pretty pictures!

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  9. Nice job on that fence and your photos capture it so perfect. I just love your place!

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  10. I agree. Some nice light in these images.

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  11. I love your fence photos... they always make such interesting compositions, and yours are exceptional! L

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  12. I love country fences and your photos do them all the justice in the world. You are so talented.--Inger

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  13. Beautiful! The fence photos (in the late afternoon light) do tell a story. Love your photographs.

    Velva

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  14. It's beautiful! We have a picket fence around our back yard. We didn't paint it and I like the natural aging of the wood. You captured the sun on your perfectly!

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  15. Life lines.

    The seconde picture is incredible ! Please have you all a good new week.


    daily athens

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  16. You photograph that light beautifully.

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  17. There is nothing I like better out here on my acreage than the fence views.
    It leaves much to your imagination and thoughts of where things lead.
    Love your photos!
    Have a wonderful new week!
    dawn:)

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  18. Your pictures are always beautiful. They look like you’ve painted them and the lighting is perfect. What a great fence!
    Amy

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  19. Dang girl! You always make me want to get my butt out of my chair and go take a picture of something! What a beautiful view you have on your farm! LOVE the fence and all that lies beyond it.

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  20. Oh wow - it sure does look beautiful in that light ! Lovely perspectives !!

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  21. Beautiful photos. You've got a great eye! :) Thanks for sharing, they brightened my day (or evening, as it may be!)

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  22. Beautiful photos of a strong fence. I love the golden yellow crop in the background too!

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  23. All the photos are great but that last one... spectacular!!

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  24. Gorgeous pictures! I would LOVE to live your views.

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  25. I love wooden fences and you captured so many beautiful scenes! I wish I lived in the country, I miss it so much!

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  26. beautiful photos ! :))
    I like the colors, especially that of wood, your landscapes are magic !
    I loved it !!

    Bye**

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  27. You take the best photos! What an eye you have! I got a little behind on my reading and writing of blogs over the past few weeks...I had to go back quite a while...I love all your posts...your dogs and kids are so cute...I love to see them on the hay bales!

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  28. Gorgeous pictures of the fence! I love the one of the fence framing the tree.

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  29. Beautiful photos you've got there. You do such a great job editing - you make your fences look like art! Very classic-looking fence, too - your hubby did good!

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  30. Beautiful colors in your photography. Your country fencing blends nicely with the landscape. -- barbara

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  31. Nice fence. Did you use a gasoline powered or tractor powered auger to did the post holes? Or did you do like us city folk and use a post hole digger?

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  32. I like these photos. The lines do it. I'm thinking of a post about what farms and their lines do for a landscape that was once wild (wilder?).

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  33. Great idea to study a fence from many angles. :)

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  34. Now you know I love taking pictures of fences.....especially fenceposts. LOL
    Great shots!!

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