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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Good Fences #101 - Intertwined

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It's time for GOOD FENCES  hosted by Theresa from,
The Run-a-round Ranch Report.

Last week I featured a Wrought Iron fence with little curlicues on it.  You can find that fence HERE  if you missed seeing it.  The reason I mention this fence is that someone mentioned in the comments that perhaps they would let vines grow on it.  I replied back saying I didn't think so but that the house next door did indeed have some vines growing through their fence and that I would feature it today.

So here is the house next door:  Click to Enlarge Photos.



I don't know what type of vines these are and they were only on sections of the fence, not the entire fence. - This fence isn't quite as fancy as the one with the curlicues but it's still really nice.


I liked the way the vines were draped over the fencing in this shot.

More vines and a closer look at them....


As I started to turn the corner I thought this view of the fence and the way it curved around their yard was really nice.  There were no more vines on the fence at this point though.


Finally I thought it might be neat to actually show you the house this fence surrounds.

 
 
 
The homes in this neighborhood are quite nice and fairly new.  I like the brickwork on the chimney of this one.
 
 
I hope you have enjoyed today's fence selection.  Don't forget to check out the other participants fences.  You won't be disappointed. 
 
Have a great day.

45 comments:

  1. i love the curved part of the fence and the house is so beautiful. i like that stone to. and i was surprised to see the fence looks about 3 or 4 foot high with the house in it and i would have guessed it at 5 plus feet from just the fence pic.

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  2. What a beautiful fence - and home! So pretty to see the vine growing along it, too! Hope your day is lovely x K

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  3. lovely new header and I love the fernforgé fences

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  4. Hello Ida & looks like you found another lovely wrought iron fence to share with us! I love the shot of it curving around the property!
    All told, it's a very nice place!
    Have a great day!

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  5. I love when vines crawl over fences. As long as they don't obscure the fence.

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  6. Hi, Ida! I love wrought iron fences, and this one is very pretty. I like how it curves around too. That's kind of unusual--usually you see them cornered off.

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  7. I'm all in favour of vines Ida. All the better if those trailiing branched have bunches of grapes that can be made into red wine.

    I've included a likk which tells you all abour the ringing/banding of wild birds.

    http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/bird-banding-83032042

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  8. Hello, Ida! I like teh curvy fence and the ivy plants. Have a happy day!

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  9. That is very nice.

    Clematis make for nice fence vines, I've seen them growing on iron fences in Columbus, OH.
    ~

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  10. The fence looks nice nice. love from Europe

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  11. What a nice fence around a nice house!

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  12. Great Good Fence post!
    Love last weeks fence, this weeks, the vine and the house with the curved fence.
    Very, very nice . . .

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  13. Wonderful photography of a lovely wrought iron fence ~ thanks ^_^

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  14. Love the look of that house and their fence. I really like the way it curves rather than having straight angles at the corner

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  15. I think vines and fences just go together so naturally! Great photos!

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  16. I like the way it curves around the corner!

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  17. Do not recall ever seeing a curved fence like this. Very nice and unique.

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  18. This is a beautiful looking fence, Ida. I'm sure it cost quite a bit to install but it looks like it can last for many decades.

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  19. I like this one, too...not quite as much as the curly-cue one but almost.

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  20. Hi Ida, this is really a nice fence and I love the fleur di lis on the tops. It sure surrounds a beautiful home. Like the vines growing on it too. Have a nice weekend. Blessings

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  21. Beautiful! I love the curve in the fence!

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  22. You have some very nice fences in your community, I love the house too! I love the way it curves around also, very striking. Enjoy your evening, Kelly.

    Thanks for making the guess on my post, it was a lot of fun.

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  23. a lovely fence and the vines make a wonderful addition.

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  24. I love the way the fence curves like that!

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  25. Hello Ida, I like the vines draping over the fence shot. I too like the one showing the curve of the fencing. Have a beautiful day!

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  26. The vine looks like Eucalyptus gum leaves, very Aussie indeed.

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  27. The house and the fence are very stylish. Nice pictures.

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  28. Hello Ida!:)When I first saw the fence I had imagined it to be much taller, but small is beautiful too. It's a neat fence, and your photos of both fence and house ( which is lovely)are great. If the vine looking plant flowers, it will look gorgeous on a fence like that.
    Have a great Weekend!:)

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  29. Excelentes e belas fotografias.
    Um abraço e bom fim de semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  30. the home is beautiful and that's a great fence. i love the look of the vines but i also like the look of the fence. one day, it will be covered completely!!!!

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  31. Fancy fancy! I love that fence style and what a pretty house to go with it!

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  32. I wonder how cucumbers would do on that fence?

    Very cool fence.

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  33. That house has some very nice curb appeal! I really like the fence design as it doesn't distract from the architecture of the home. But what I really love here is the shot of the vine twisting on the fence. It's such a great example of something modern, hard, permanent versus the softer way of Nature. It's an essay on Man vs. Nature in a single shot!! Brilliant.

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  34. That is a very nice fence. Love its simple but elegant pattern.

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  35. Oooh, it's a clematis and it will flower later. Love the curve. Beautiful!

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  36. I like that they made a curve instead of a corner on the fence :) Looks good!

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  37. Really nice! I like the close-ups of the vine.

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  38. Lovely fencing, especially liking the one with the plant growing on it. Great photos as always Ida.

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  39. I love how the fence curves at the corner. I've never seen that done before. Neat.

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