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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Good Fences - October 16, 2014

Welcome.  Won't you join me on a tour of fences as we join Theresa from (The Run-a-round Ranch Report) for
GOOD FENCES.




A couple of weeks ago I posted some fence shots taken at Bennington Lake.
You can view that post HERE

Coleen and I went back to the lake again last Thursday while she was on break for school Conferences.  I took more fence shots and thought I'd share them today.

We walked up the trail to that bench that was featured in the previous post.

 Here is Coleen sitting on the bench and there is a hint of a barbed wire fence in the background of the shot.

Further up the trail I took these shots.





Coming back down the trail.



Later in another section of the lake I spotted some runners heading towards a small bridge crossing.

I like this shot because of the way they were lined up going down the trail, the guys shirt saying and the fact there are fences in the background.


I caught them just as they started across the bridge - That counts as fencing doesn't it? Edited:  I just noticed that the runner wearing the shirt with the saying is not the same runner that is on the bridge now.  I caught 2 different groups of runners crossing the bridge. 

Finally a stand alone shot of the fence railing across the little bridge. 

That's it for this edition of Good Fences.  If you stop by Theresa's blog you'll find links to many more great fence shots.  Have fun.

49 comments:

  1. i like the muted colors in these! and i always love grasses and seed heads!

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  2. Definitely counts as fences. So cool that Colleen enjoys hiking with you -- beautiful weather there now. I love that boys T-Shirt saying... He has the right idea.

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  3. Coleen looks right at home great shot. I love all your photos thank you for sharing. B

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  4. Great shots! Love the light and variety of fences!

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  5. Coleen, you are beauttiful and Ida so many fences in your life. I would be using one at a time for fear I would run out ... silly me, right? Great post, Ida ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  6. Very nice post about fences...good fence post...aloha

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  7. So beautiful..how I love those first three shots, the color-combos of soft sky blue and pale wheat-yellow...so pretty!! Gorgeous dreamy images!
    Thanks for sharing..wishing you a wonderful rest of week!
    Victoria

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  8. Very nice collection of photos and fences from your outing, Ida!

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  9. I just love fence shots.

    Why is there barbed wire?

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  10. Looks like the kids liked it:) Beautiful pics of your "fence" trip!

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  11. I am going to have to join this meme soon - I am obsessed with the fence in the field across from my house. I have taken way too many pictures of it.
    these are just beautiful - a good fence really does prove interesting subject matter - and a good frame.

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  12. Beautiful pictures! I love autumn colors.

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  13. Nice shot of the cattails and the fence.

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  14. Wonderful fence photos! I love every one :)

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  15. What a beautiful area with a nice bench for sitting. I really like "The Best is Yet to Come".

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  16. Good job....very unusual fences and structures.

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  17. you got some great shots there...colleen is such a cute and willing model!

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  18. Great fence captures, Ida! I like the shot of Coleen on the bench, very cute. Have a great evening..

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  19. Lovely fences today! Colleen is just precious and I love all the dried grasses and teasel. xo Karen

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  20. Isn't it strange how autumn colors are? I LOVE the color of the grasses around her, at the bench -- a perfect straw color. It's just lovely. And then the black and brown seed heads -- just lovely! Very nice shots. I love the muted tones of autumn as things are dying away, combined with the brilliancy of the sky.

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  21. I like these shots, and especially the thistles in the first two shots. Beautiful!

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  22. Great fences. Such a nice place to walk. Looks like everyone was enjoying it.

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  23. The runners make the fences special and vice versa. Nicely done!

    Peace :)

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  24. Beautiful shots. Love the look and feel of each one.

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  25. You did very well. I noticed a fence in almost every shot. I love the quote on the back of that young man's shirt-"The best is yet to Come"

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  26. beautiful scenery. love the teasel but the rustic fences are my very favorites.

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  27. Looks like a pleasant place for an autumn walk (or jog)!

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  28. I love this idea Ida! I think I should go around, and have a fence day! I even have several in my own yard!

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  29. Great shots, Ida! I love the ones taken at fence-level, showing the hay (?) around the fence.

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  30. So nice... You such an artistic eye! I do have to say that photo #1 touched my heart.

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  31. As I said before, this is becoming one of my favorite posts. I find myself looking for interesting fences all the time now -- fancy fences, broken down fences. I'm going to have to carry my camera with me more often. Thanks for these inspiring photos!

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  32. These are wonderful shots, Ida! The hint of barbed wire fence in the background adds a dreamy mood as Coleen sits so peacefully on the bench. And yes, the bridge railing absolutely counts as fencing. Interesting that two different runners had the same slogan on their shirt.. perhaps a uniform. Anyhow, lovely post with all photos beautifully thought out.

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  33. What lovely shots for the meme, Ida




    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  34. Love all the difference fences but I love the first one with Colleen best

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  35. the boys shirt is so true. that was one of the songs they sang at our wedding way back in Nov. 2004. we are coming up on our 10 year anniversary. ( :

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  36. A lovely series of fence photos Ida. Hope you and Coleen have a great weekend :)

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  37. Wow...some awesome fence finds...but my heart goes out to that lovely gal on the bench with just a hint of a barbed wire fence in the background.

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  38. Great series of fences and I LOVE the brownish tone of all the pictures. Your explanation about the phrase on the shirt sure fits the scene waiting great fence ahead:-)

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

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  39. Lovely fence shots! I especially like the angles that included the grasses. Thank you for sharing!

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  40. Oh wow love all your takes Ida.

    They are very unique. I sure wish I could fences find like this.

    Love the child on the bench.

    If that was mine. I would have that one up on the wall.

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  41. Ida Coleen is sweet child.

    That is a terrific picture.

    I love it.

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  42. every single photo is AWESOME!! i can't pick a favorite. I love the first one sitting on the bench.. beautiful... and the close up of the runners.. i have never seen a barbwire fence attached to metal post. so cool

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  43. WoW Ida, an explosion of awesome fences!! Loved the first two images but would not have noticed the fence in the backdrop!!

    And the boys shirt, I want one of those!!

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  44. A fine "fence" series. You got some very good pictures including some action ones.

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  45. I love the grass. It's different from what we have here.

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  46. Great fences. Your shots are quite good!

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  47. Lots of good fences here ---and a nice variety, too.

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  48. Love your shot of colleen! What gorgeous shots these are

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