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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Good Fences - October 9, 2014

Welcome! - It's been a beautiful fall week here in "Wally World" (aka Walla Walla, WA) I hope it's been nice where you live too.

So let's join in with Theresa from, The Run-a-round Ranch Report for her super fun Meme, 
GOOD FENCES.  Today I'm sharing a "mixed" bunch of fence shots from fences I've seen while out and about.

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I spotted this one while out getting pictures of the "Triangle Roof tops" featured recently on SHS (Scavenger Hunt Sunday).
I took the shot through the bars of the outside fence so you can see them in the photo, they are the "blurred" portion of the picture.  What I liked about this fence was the "rust" on the metal bars.


 

I spotted this cute little white picket fence and gate.  I love the way the rungs stair step and the fun little pattern at the top of the fencing.


Coleen and I went to get take-out Pizza one afternoon for dinner and while driving to the Pizza place we discovered something we wanted to take a picture of so I pulled over and we walked around the neighborhood taking a few pictures.  We spotted this fence so of course I had to get pictures.  I wanted some different angles so here are the two I took.





More to come next week.  -  Don't forget to join in on the fun by stopping by Theresa's blog (click on the link above) and check out the other great fences.

38 comments:

  1. you found some goodies, again. really like that 3rd one. good and solid!

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  2. Beautiful shots, as always! I especially like the third fence - it reminds me of Italy.

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  3. You've captured some wonderful fences and as much as I love wrought iron, I envy those who have a white picket fence across the front of their property.

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  4. Hi Ida,
    These fences are so pretty.
    Love them all.
    Have a Super Day!

    Peace :)

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  5. My favorite are the wrought iron fences. The white fences are pretty but they are not very sturdy and I see quite often in my area that they are easily damaged.

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  6. I love the last two, that is a beautiful fence and super shots of the fence. i alos like the ones from the Trianagle roof tops... rust is so pretty... and someone did a lot of detail work on that pretty white picket fence. charming

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  7. Great photos Ida, and I do love that rusty old fence in your photo but they are all lovely. It's been a wonderful Fall week here in Virginia also. As I am typing I look outside and watch the leaves falling off the tree which hangs over our deck. It will be time to sweep up eventually but I'm enjoying them right now. Have a great day :)

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  8. Some really good contrast in fences from rusty to white to wrought iron!

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  9. I can't decide which I like best!

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  10. Beautiful fences. I love those white pickets too!

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  11. Love all the fences, Ida. Especially like that last one surrounded by stone. Beautiful!

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  12. Hello Ida, these are all lovely shots and fences.. Glad you are having nice weather in Walla Walla. Great post, enjoy your evening!

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  13. I like the rust on the first one. Wrought iron is always cool and usually quite intricate.

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  14. i love the white picket & those iron last fence shots. gorgeous!! ( :

    so decorative!

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  15. Beautiful fences! You captured some pretty lovely shots!

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  16. I like this fence- the brick posts are nice, too.

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  17. Such a nice collection of fences - I'm not sure what my favorite one is!

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  18. I love old iron fences and the rust does give it a nice patina! Happy fences! Hugs, Diane

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  19. Oh, my, I do love the white picket fence one...like the others, too, but it is a beauty!

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  20. oohhhh you shared so many, I can only share one at a time and at that, I am desperate I will run out!!

    They are all beautiful, but the white picket was my favorite!!

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  21. Great fences, one and all! Rust always makes for interesting photos, in my opinion. :) What a pretty picket fence design, too.

    Thanks for stopping by to comment on my fences.

    Lindy

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  22. Oh my goodness, they are all so lovely it'd be hard to pick just one. Although for me, anything with stone work or brick usually wins over everything!

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  23. So many fabulous fences! I love all the pics. Got me looking at fences in a different light!

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  24. Loving your fences! The white one looks quite stately and the iron fences have their own charm. Like you, I like the rust--it gives character to the fence.

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  25. Good city fences, I enjoy the variety you see in the city.

    Diana

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  26. I always like the rock and iron fence combination.
    ~

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  27. Wow....you found some fantastic fences this week Ida!!

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  28. A fine "fences" series. I like the handsome variety of fence type you captured. Well done.

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  29. Wonderful fences, loved the second and third.

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  30. wonderful selection of fences Ida.

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  31. Wonderful different shape of fences, Ida♬♬♬
    I always feel sad that I cannot find great fences like yours easily :-)

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

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  32. You caught some beauties here. I caught a bunch of great ones in Portland, Maine a few weeks ago. Haven't had a chance to go through them all to choose the best ones yet.

    They just don't make fences like they used to. (I hate those dull plastic things.)

    You can see my fence for this week here: http://proartz.blogspot.com/2014/10/good-fences-10914-along-walking-trail.html

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