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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Good Fences #8

Wow this month has been "flying" by so quickly.  I have been super busy (lots of work in the flower beds) and have had little time for blogging. :o(
Anyway I wanted to join in on Good Fences hosted by Theresa from, (The Run-a-Round Ranch Report) today.

My fence is a pretty common fence around here.  I've seen several homes with this same type of fencing.  I rather like it though and loved the way this fence curves around the yard.  I've included a color photo (this was taken last fall) and also converted the photo to black and white.  Which is your favorite?

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Now for the Black/White version.



I've got company today so I may not get around to your blog right away but I will find time to visit as I hate to miss out on the fun.

57 comments:

  1. i like both images! i do like the curvature, too!

    thanks for linking up, ida!

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  2. Neat fence! And, your family and friends should always take precedence over blogging... Have fun today!!

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  3. I am more of a color person so I probably prefer the color version ... but then, the BW is good too, so can I be indecisive? Enjoy your conpany and don't worry about being to busy to blog ... Blogging is a choice, an option and you are free to come an go as you please ... even if we do miss your posts :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  4. Hi Ida! I really like both photos and find the fences to be quite captivating.

    Also, I love your header picture - the delicate blooms are lovely! Hugs and blessings to you!

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  5. I love this fence! It's got such a pretty design !Good job on the B & W too!

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  6. Hi Well I cannot decide which one i like best and as their is not a gun to my head, I will settle for both.

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  7. I like the color because of the soft light in the background, but the B&W is pretty too. Try it in sepia tone.

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  8. Cool fence! I do like the color version the best! I hope all is well , enjoy your day!

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  9. I like wrought iron! It's usually so intricate like this.

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  10. Cool fence. I like the color image best.

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  11. It's really lovely in color and in b&w! Hope life settles down for you soon, Ida. :)

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  12. I like how the fence curves, and actually, I like both versions of your photo too. B&W has a charm all its own.

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  13. It may be common there, but definitely not around here. Really is a pretty, blue one.

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  14. Both images are really nice, but I like the colored one a bit more. To me it has a bit more atmosphere.

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  15. They both evoke such different feelings. The color picture says "How pretty!" and the black and white says "Ooo, spooky." Love it!

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  16. Well Ida, I'm usually a fan of B&W, but in this instance the blue and green together reduce the contrast in monochrome. And that blue is so dreamy...

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  17. Stunning design and both are lovely in their own way.

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  18. So hard to decide. I like both. I spent some time in Oaxaca, Mexico years ago photographing the "rejas." Love wrought iron.

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  19. I do like the color version!

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  20. That's an elegant fence! I like both images, but the B&W shows off the contour of the fence better.

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  21. What a unique fence. I like both, but the colored one is quite stunning.
    Blessings! Debbie

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  22. They both look great, Ida, but my favourite is the coloured one. It's got a great retro look to the colour. Maybe you've used a special filter or some technical wizardry to achieve the effect. Either way it's a very attractive fence. All the best, Bonny

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  23. Ultramarine blue is my favorite color to paint, so I'm prejudiced:)

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  24. I love both these photos Ida, and have always loved wrought iron fencing. Enjoy your company Ida :)

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  25. I like the b&w but in this instance my favourite is the coloured - I love that bright blue - it is so vibrant.

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  26. What a lovely fence! I'd like to see more of that type where we live.

    Thanks for your visit and kind comment on my fences.

    ~Lindy

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  27. Nice iron fence, love the curve. :) I have a gate made out of iron and love it!

    I love your site, nice photography!
    Michael

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  28. That is a pretty fence. I like both versions.

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  29. it may be common but it's oh so pretty!! i like the curve, i love the b&w!!!

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  30. Ooo -- I prefer the color image quite a bit. LOVE the blue, and the yellow in the background. That's a beautiful fence! We don't have many like that here, b/c we are so rural. More barbed wire and such. City fences can be so elegant.

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  31. Ida, do you know what that pink-flowering plant on your header is?

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  32. I need to do this some time ( the fence thing! :) It looks fun! :)

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  33. I love that look of fencing, and both images are nice. Enjoy the flower beds!

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  34. Gosh I too like both images. And blue wow!!

    I took my fence picture on the back road between Sprague and Ritzville Wa. I believe it was onWellsandt Rd. MB

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  35. lovely post - and your header blossoms are fantastic Ida

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  36. Oh, my, I love both versions...and it is a pretty fence!

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  37. I love iron -- they last forever..
    #2 is favorite today..
    hugs

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  38. I like both! Nice fence and I also like how it curves.

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  39. Wow, Ida, I can hardly believe such a beautiful type of fence is common where you live. The blue color is super duper. Are they mostly all blue?

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  40. I like both, but the blue fence just makes me smile.

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  41. How gorgeous! LOVE the blue! Have a fabulous weekend! Hugs!

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  42. Loving the sculptural look of the B/W version Ida! :) That reminds me, I wanted to build a little fencing on either side of my vegetable bed. This would be perfect.

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  43. Each one has wonderful merits. I like the first for the color and light and the second one highlights the form of the fence.
    A lovely find!

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  44. Your fence is so beautiful. I definitely like the color one because it's not as common and the color is very pretty.

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  45. I like the color one but the other one has a nice rhythm too.

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  46. Oh My!!! This type of fence is not common in y country :-)
    Yes,I LOVE the coloring both of them; fantastic(^_^)v

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  47. beyond beautiful! I love them

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  48. I love the color fence! I also LOVE THE FENCE!!!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife@wordpress.com

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  49. Love the vignette and I lean a bit more to the color one. But that fence is just so nice to begin with, that it's hard to decide.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  50. Enjoy your company...
    Your fence find is fantastic...love the curvature in the construction.

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  51. I really like both! Hope you are enjoying your flower beds!

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  52. I like both the color and the B&W but give the color a little nudge. Love the background with the soft bokeh on that one.

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  53. Really bright color photo!

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