GOOD FENCES day. Yep, it's time to join Theresa (The Run-a-round Ranch Report) for her super fun meme, Good Fences.
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Last week I featured some Chinese Lantern plants around a deep red colored fence. While out on that same walk I found this vining over another section of red fencing and thought it looked pretty neat.
Further on the walk I decided to stop by the old unoccupied house that is basically over grown with all kinds of plants, weeds etc...and I shot some pictures of a little fence/gate area there.
I think this is a charming gate and just wish someone would buy this property and fix the place up as it's a real "eye-sore" in the state it's in.
Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to check out all the other great fences by stopping by Theresa's blog and clicking on the other particpants entries. - Have a great day!
really neat looking gate! thanks, ida!ReplyDelete
Great posts for the fences theme. I love the gate as well, so sad to see it run down.ReplyDelete
I really like this customized old fence, some one took a lot of time to create it.ReplyDelete
Oh, I love that gate! It's so quaint.ReplyDelete
That is a very unique gate and fence. Thanks for showing it.ReplyDelete
Wonderful fence and gate! Nice-looking photos!ReplyDelete
I like that gate! Wow. Great captures too!ReplyDelete
Love the gate and the close ups of parts of it.ReplyDelete
Love the contrast of the ivy against the red fence - truly stunning shots this week!ReplyDelete
Wow, Ida, that looks like the type of place Hubby would love to whip into shape(notice how I volunteered him LOL). Love the pics!ReplyDelete
Wow, you just might win the best gate award for this week's Good Fences. I like that! Thank you for visiting my Seedling Mile Good Fence.ReplyDelete
The gate is indeed charming! I like it a lot!ReplyDelete
Ida, Love each of these photos. The gate is very charming indeed! Hope someone buys the property and spruces it up!ReplyDelete
That is a charming gateReplyDelete
Nice fences you entered.ReplyDelete
They are really neat.
It is a charming gate. Love how you photographed it from so many angles. I felt like I was almost there...like the vine on the fence. Very nice entry today!ReplyDelete
I do like the red fence with the leaves around it. The old gate is very interesting. I wonder why some places stay vacant for a long time and then again just why are they vacant. Hmmmmmm. MBReplyDelete
I love these photos. That old fence post has a lot of character and your vine photo is super.ReplyDelete
I love that gate. I hope someone will purchase the place and make it home.ReplyDelete
that little gate is so cute!ReplyDelete
I like the way the light is shining through in your last pic.ReplyDelete
That was a nice little walk. I love the gate. There is charm there.ReplyDelete
What a charming series of this old weathered fence. I love the gate...and the gate spring image.ReplyDelete
What a neat looking gate! Nice find from your walk.. Great fence post, enjoy your evening!ReplyDelete
How neat is that fence and especially the gate. I like the idea that was used to build it.ReplyDelete
I LOVE that gate and would like to have one just like it. What an interesting design!ReplyDelete
Nice photos, Ida!ReplyDelete
The last photo is just lovely.
What is a lovely fence. I really like this today.ReplyDelete
It is sad to see how much work went into that abandoned gate. I do hope someone finds a home there.ReplyDelete
These are really awesome Ida, I love how you highlighted the strong areas of the fences!! Beautiful!!ReplyDelete
It is sad to see loved places abandoned. Great fence and gate.ReplyDelete
Charming is right! That is soooo neat.ReplyDelete
Really awesome gate, Ida.ReplyDelete
I hope property sells quickly, bring joy to the new residents and relief (if needed) to the sellers.
That is a cute gate in the fence, rather rustic. The ivy over the fence is really pretty.ReplyDelete
Nice series of photos.ReplyDelete
I agree with you, that is a charming gate. Too bad that no one seems to be interested in this property.ReplyDelete
Good job! Very nice fence shots.ReplyDelete
i guess that is a spring - what a neat little dude. what a cool fence. ( :ReplyDelete
I love fence shots and you have found and captured some wonderfully unique ones here! Fantastic!ReplyDelete
The hinge (not sure what to call it) in the 3rd photo looks like it has a little face :) I enjoyed all your photos. I do hope someone buys the home. It looks like it is just waiting to become a home again.ReplyDelete
what nice photos!ReplyDelete
ALOHA from Honolulu
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That's a great gate! How sad that the property is abandoned. Someone obviously loved it once (I hate when that happens!) Some beautiful pictures thoughReplyDelete
lovely shots and I love the detail in the close ups..ReplyDelete
Very charming, I like such old wooden fences.ReplyDelete
Today I've posted a photo of lanterns in my garden
Have a nice quiet weekend :-)
You sure found some cool fences. Love that last one and the spring!ReplyDelete
What an interesting gate! Someone put a lot of creativity and attention to detail into making it. Too bad the rest of the property is uncared for. Have a nice weekend Ida!ReplyDelete
That little gate is SO nice. I have always had a thing for wooden gates.
Off to a wedding in Virginia tomorrow. What's up for you?
:) m & jb
I do like a red fence specially with leaves entwining it.ReplyDelete
Interesting gate. I sometimes wonder why houses stay empty for so long and then again why is it empty in the first place? MB
That gate has such an interesting design. I like it and your picture of it.ReplyDelete
I've never seen one like it...how interesting. Hope someone moves there to take care of things. Hugs, DianeReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL green with fence, Ida♡♡♡ReplyDelete
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
That gate is a little beauty!ReplyDelete
I always love your fence photos. It's a shame about the run down place. Looks like there was a lot of love and care in it at one time.ReplyDelete
Oh, this is a really cool gate! Nice shots all together.ReplyDelete
Wow! SO many comments, Ida! I love that gate so much -- how unique!ReplyDelete