Friday, March 30, 2012

Friday's Fences - Stone Wall


This stone fence/wall divides the battlefield boundaries in Gettysburg, PA. The area is near "Devil's Den", where the battle of Gettysburg took place in July of 1863. 

To see more fences, click on over to Jan's.

You are all invited to come back and link up here on Monday for the popular ongoing photo challenge entitled, "Quotography". The challenge is to take a photo and then pair it with a quote that applies to the weekly theme. (Picture MUST be taken by you). The current week's theme for April 2 is "water".  See the page tab at the top of my blog for complete details.

10 comments:

Tracey from ⓽ said...

I haven't been to Gettysburg in quite some time. I think a trip is in order soon for me. ;)

Rose said...

Blogger must be doing something...I almost never got this comment window to open...

just had to say I love the stone fence/wall. They are my favorite of all favorites.

Marie said...

Great stone fence! I love visiting the battlefields. There is such a haunting peacefulness.

mountain mama said...

this is lovely, love the rugged rock!!

Betty Roan said...

An awesome fence! Love the stone walls. W

edenhills said...

Great shot of the historic fence.

That corgi :) said...

Cool stone wall!!!

enjoy your weekend!

betty

Faye said...

The lay of the land gives you a hint as to why this stone wall would have been the dividing wall for battle, doesn't it? Like how you've chosen to emphasize certain elements like that tall weed in the foreground with your edits.

I haven't been participating in the Quotography meme because thought the quote had to be imposed on photo, which don't know how to do. When I saw you're not fussy about that figured I could join in.:-) See you on Monday!

Nancy said...

I love stone fences...I really like rocks and stones in whatever form they take.....

Genie said...

There is nothing like visiting the battlefields at Gettysburg. My husband and I went a few years ago and it really made a lasting impression on us. This is a wonderful capture and your editing is excellent. Such a pretty spot now compared to what it was back during the battles. genie

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