Thursday, October 6, 2011

Friday's Fences


I'm cheating just a bit. I posted this pic a while ago, but it's one that I've always admired, plus I wanted to play along in the new Friday Photographay Challenge hosted by Life According to Jan & Jer (otherwise known as my mama), entitled "Friday's Fences". Click below to play along.

12 comments:

Roan said...

I, for one, am happy you posted this shot again since I missed it the first time around. Not only is the barn amazing, but so is the fence. Brilliant!

Deb said...

that is beautiful...so glad you share it...

That corgi :) said...

Glad you shared it again! I love it!! cute meme too!

betty

Tracy said...

That is a great picture. This meme might be more challenging then the one you were doing.

Jan n Jer said...

Oh...I remember this one...I was with you when you shot it! It is an outstanding photo and is very frame worthy! Thanks for playing.

Rose said...

Now this is the type of fence I love to shoot! And I love that barn...you should link this to Tricia's Barn Charm meme if you haven't already...it opens up on Monday evenings and usually stays open two or three days now.

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These Nine Acres said...

A beautiful scene! <3

Sandra said...

here is some comment love of your fence shot and that stunning old barn. my husband is from Perkasie PA

Faye said...

I'm going to say that the farmer no longer needs that fence--sold all his cows-got tired of getting up before daylight to milk. Love how you've added texture to this photo, Kelly. It looks like a watercolor painting or colored pencil drawing.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Old fences have character and the one in your photo is no exception. If you listen, it will tell wondrous tales of livestock and seasons, of births and deaths, of journeys and homecomings.

This Fence Knows Riddles

Tricia said...

Ohhh beautiful... love the fence and the barn! You could post this shot for Barn Charm on Monday...

happy weekend =)

Bruce Clark said...

Great shot using the fence and tree to frame the barn.

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