Thursday, July 10, 2014

Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for wild things that grow in fence rows.  Although my husband wouldn't agree with me, I enjoy seeing Passion Flowers blooming on a barbed wire fence.  This photo is out of my archives, as I haven't found any vines yet this season.  Possibly Secret Agent Farmer Man has been busy cleaning out fence rows......

Linking up today with Teresa! 



35 comments:

  1. how beautiful! i'd love to have those growing wild here!

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  2. How beautiful! I love your photos in your banner, too. Enjoy your day and good fences!

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  3. I feel the same way about Morning Glories, and my husband does not agree. Sounds familiar.

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  4. I enjoy seeing anything that blooms.

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  5. Oh I like how you took this. So pretty and the background as well. Oh so country.

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  6. So pretty, never grew Passion flower, Francine.

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  7. I guess passion flowers are pests in your area. Hmmm.

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  8. Gorgeous vine shot Michelle...love it on the fence also :)
    -- Srinagar's floating vegetable market

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  9. Haven't seen any of those here, just as well, enough honey suckle and other weeds to pull the fences down.

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  10. Sooo pretty - I hope Secret Agent man isn't pulling them :-/

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  11. I agree! I was just out taking pictures of wild flowers on my walk yesterday. They're even better one a fence line!

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  12. Love this shot, and how the fence is leading the eye into the distance.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  13. I love vines on a fence, too! They look so lovely that way - both the fence and the vine. I love this.

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  14. Great photo . . . fence, vine and flower . . .

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  15. Michelle, that is one plant that needs plenty of space and support to do its thing.

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  16. How beautiful! That sneaky Secret Agent Man....xo Karen

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  17. I would have to go along with you.....in saying that the vine growing on the fence is so pretty.

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  18. Looks pretty on a fence,maybe your fella did clean out a few vines..I need to do the same here. We let them grow over and got so many blackberries it was well worth it!

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  19. wow, nice shot. hope you get to take some new shots very soon. have a great day! ( :

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  20. I'm thankful for things that grow on their own too.. our whole farm blooms without much help from us. LOL!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  21. A bit of colour in green fields.
    Merle............

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  22. How can he not like that blooming vine? A lovely fence and photo!

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  23. He wouldn't do that!

    Would he?

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  24. Beautiful! One of my favorite things is a fence with flowers growing on or near it!

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  25. Makes me miss the country life so much, beautiful!

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  26. Nature is bloomin a lot this summer here. Beautiful, hot summer here.

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  27. I actually paid money for a couple of those. Lol...our farmers object to morning glories...

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  28. What one see's as a weed, is a beautiful flower to another. My husband hates vine and would kill any, while it's all I can do not to plant them!

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