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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Good Fences #75 Pasture Perfection

Well the 1st day of school is now offically over & Coleen deemed the day a big success.  She has a brand new teacher (new to the school this year) and she likes him so that's a plus.  - Thanks to all who commented on her 1st Day of School Photos.

Now let's join Theresa (The Run-a-round Ranch Report) for GOOD FENCES.

As you know if you've visited my blog I tend to drive around town looking for fences to share so I've built up a bit of a selection to share.  Today I'm sharing some photo's taken exactly one year apart. 


These two horses were grazing in their pasture which is located across Mill Creek by the local Community College.  -  I've always liked the nice white fence they have bordering a walking trail.  During the Ducky Derby in May is when this was shot.

So this year we are out at the Ducky Derby again and I happened to spot the same two horses grazing and here is this years shot.


 
I think they have a pretty nice fence and pasture to enjoy. 
 
 
Don't forget to stop by Theresa's blog and check out all the other great fences. - Have a wonderful day & thanks for stopping by.

44 comments:

  1. Very nice, I like the horses too!

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  2. You have entitled these photos so well as the fence and pasture is perfection! A beautiful pair of horses too!
    Have a great day!

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  3. looks like a nice place, for sure! :)

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  4. Hello Ida, I do love the horses! Pretty fence scene and photos. Enjoy your day!

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  5. That white horse is so pretty! And a beautiful fence you found!

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  6. they look well fed and very happy behind that fence and that makes me happy to

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  7. I meant to comment about her new teacher, she is the 3rd child in elementary school that has a male teacher. usually most teachers K through 3 and 4th are females. i saw the others on FB today

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  8. Lovely fences...and the horses aren't bad either :)

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  9. beautiful handsome horses behind the fences

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  10. I like that you post photos of the same subject but a year apart. The horses sure have a nice spot to graze.

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  11. Nice to see the green barn in the second photo … looks like a cozy spot for the same two horses that haven’t aged a bit in a year. :)

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  12. And they still look happy and healthy! ;-)

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  13. Like the horses and green barn as well as the fence!

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  14. You and Don have horses on the thinking today.

    Beautiful takes.

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  15. There is something so beautiful about horses in their paddocks!

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  16. The fences look so neat and tidy, well kept, and the photos are very nice too! Have a grand day!

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  17. horse fences! my favorite kind.

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  18. I like these kinds of fences with the scenes around them!

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  19. Those horses don't seem to have changed much in the year, but I sure have. Nice digs for them.

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  20. all the same. Nothing happened for a year :)

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  21. That is a really nice fence especially for horses. So many people have that darn barbed wire fence and a horse can get hurt really badly on barbed wire. Great picture. Have a great evening.

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  22. Such a nice setting. I like the cute little green barn too. janey

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  23. Nice fence, indeed! It looks very similar to what you'd find here.

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  24. a nice fence. looks like a well maintained area for those pretty horses

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  25. Very nice second photo! Horses are always a pretty sight!

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  26. And I'm impressed that the fence is so clean. I have a fence like that and it has a tendency for a pollen to stick to it like static electricity sticks to your hair. As a result, mine really looks like it needs a good wash! I.E., no pictures of my fence!

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  27. You founds some great fence sights. I have go to get out looking as I lost all my photos when computer was hacked.

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  28. Hi Ida, isn't it special to see the same two horses a year apart. Love the fence. You captured a peaceful scene. Glad Coleen had a great start to the new school year.
    Have a nice weekend. cm

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  29. blessings ...
    wishing you a fabulous Friday.
    Love the horses behind that white fence.

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  30. Both images are beautiful and how cool that you found them both together still. I like the green barn in the background!!

    Good news about Colleen, a good teacher/student relationship can make all the difference in a school year!!

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  31. Happy that Coleens first day back was a great one. These photos are great and the horses are splendid.

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  32. Both photo of both horses and fencing very pretty! Have a lovely day!

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  33. Beautiful....horses are always so photogenic.
    But, now I must ask..."Ducky" Derby? Is that what it implies...ducks?

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  34. I like seeing comparison shots...I like the horses, too.

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  35. It's interesting to see the same two horses in picture a year apart. Well done.

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  36. I liked the fence and it was nice to see the same two horses a year later. I wonder if they have become more attached to each other in that time.

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  37. That's a nice place and the horses are pretty. Good to see they are still doing well!

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  38. Nice pasture indeed - pretty horses, too.
    I hope to see you at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/bennett-place-bit-of-history.html, and please join us each week for Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday)!

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  39. Hello Ida; Loved to see sweet horses relaxing behind the fence♡♡♡
    Thank you SO much for your visit and sweet comment♪
    Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  40. Very nice place! I like the horses too!

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  41. The fence and the horses look none the less worse for wear!

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