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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Good Fences #113 - A Romantic Fence

Welcome! - It's been a busy morning (I just spent 2 1/2 hours outside planting flowers and weeding flower beds) so I'm a bit late for the party but here goes:

Let's look at some GOOD FENCES  hosted by Theresa,
(The Run-a-round Ranch Report).

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One day while out driving I stopped to take a picture of this fence.  It didn't look like that fancy of a fence but it was still nice and then this lovely American Eskimo ran out to greet me.  Her name is Keisha.  I use to have an American Eskimo (Rebel) so I was happy to see this sweet one.  There was another one on the back steps but it wouldn't come out to greet me.  The lady that lived there said the one on the steps was a rescue from a "puppy mill" and that Keisha was his protector.


 
As I turned the corner I noticed the fancy little gate they had in the front of their place so I took a picture of it.
 
 



Both these photos were shot back in February of this year.  A couple of days ago I was driving by the place again when I noticed something and I just had to go home and get my camera and go back to photograph it.


There were roses blooming in the yard.  This is part of the side fence.
 
 


There was an arbor with roses growing over it in the front by the fancy gate.
 
 

Isn't that pretty! - Notice behind the arbor there seem to be more roses blooming.
 
 
Wait for it......................
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Isn't that just amazing and so beautiful and romantic looking!
 
I drove back around the block and stopped once more because I spotted the shy little American Eskimo sitting on the back steps.  I didn't get out because I didn't want to scare him and he didn't get up so this is the best shot I could get of him.
 
 



It pays to go back sometimes and revisit a fence because if I hadn't I would never have been able to share those gorgeous roses with you all.
 
Don't forget to stop in and check out the other Good Fences.  Have a great day.









43 comments:

  1. Hello, I love the sweet dog Keisha. The arbor and roses and gorgeous. What a lovely scene, glad you went back for the roses. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  2. So, so beautiful! What a difference a few months makes, I can hardly believe it! This lady clearly tends well to her garden & her sweet puppies! They are beautiful also!
    Good for you going back & snapping this!

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  3. Your houses are so large and because they are made of wood are so rustic and romantic. That we do not see here in the Netherlands. I like it so much! The white fence is great. And that dog too :-) Beautiful roses. I enjoyed your post today.

    http://momentsfrozentime.blogspot.nl/

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  4. That is the most adorable romantic look with the roses and fence. Lovely! Cute dogs too.

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  5. this just might be the most awesome shot of roses ever seen. there are hundreds and maybe thousands and on the fence with that beautiful gate they are spectacular. i am thinking i would love the house to.. and you know i love the dogs.

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  6. What a change in the fence once the roses bloomed - oh my goodness! Such gorgeousness all in one place! I'm glad you went back for a visit, and the Eskimo dogs are gorgeous! Beautiful photos captured! Happy to have some time today to visit you, and see what you've been doing :)

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  7. That fancy gate is beautiful!

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  8. What a lovely home with so many many neat things. I love the arbor of roses.

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  9. It's a beautiful garden, Ida!

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  10. That looks like a setting for a beautiful wedding!

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  11. The roses on the fence and arbor are gorgeous! I love old running roses that really smeall like a rose!

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  12. A sweet fence with a gorgeous puppy!

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  13. Gorgeous fence and home! Your brave taking pics. LOL. I'm always afraid someone will yell at me! Thanks for sharing this pretty fence. I'm following you now. I linked today too at Good Fences. I hope you can come over for a visit!

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  14. Ida, nothing like a picket fence! Very nice images!

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  15. Oh wow! How beautiful and those doggies are so sweet. Trying to catch up after computer/internet problems. Have a nice Friday.

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  16. Wow! That's a lot of roses for sure. It really looks beautiful. Glad you went back!

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  17. good dog! sweet arbor. beautiful gate!

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  18. The floral fences are great, but as an animal lover, my vote is for the doggy scene!
    Delightful pictures, Ida.
    Have a Happy Week ahead.
    Peace :)

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  19. Enjoyed your fences especially with all the lovely blossoms. Have a great weekend.

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  20. That little gate is divine and does have a certain air of romance. Lovely photos and garden.

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  21. That gate is beautiful! Looks like you're back on track with blogging:) Happy you have more time! Thanks for the email - I had no idea, that when I click the Wordpress logo below, that it's a no-reply choice! Have to start experimenting - maybe the left J-sign is better. Let me know whenever convenient, what you see when I choose that. Have a great weekend and hope to hear from you soon:)

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  22. Hello Ida!:) Sweet doggie behind the low fence, and the romantic rose garden is stunningly beautiful.

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  23. Wow what neat fence shots. I am glad you went back also. those Roses are just beautiful. what sweet dogs, My Mother had a American Eskimo named Juneau. a very nice dog.

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  24. Hi Ida, I too did some gardening and weeding this morning. Those are beautiful American Eskimo. The roses look gorgeous. Have a beautiful day!

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  25. The rose covered arbour is amazing. I can't help thinking that it must make the house a little dark until the flowers hqve gone? Pity you cant add smellyvision the picture.

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  26. It looks like something out of a fairy tale!

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  27. Thanks to you for going and getting your camera to record this beautiful scene. I enjoyed the pictures thoroughly.

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  28. That is a beautiful fence and gate!
    Adding the roses and the sweet dog makes it perfect!
    Thanks for your comment on my blog

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  29. Love the doggie,of course, looking over the fence and what a delightful gate and your photography is all very creative!

    Happy Weekend to you ^_^

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  30. Oh, my! What a transformation! You'd never guess in February it would look like this in May. Wow! I'm so glad you went back. Makes me sad about the rescue dog, but he'll have a good rest of his life now and that makes me happy.

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  31. WOW! Those roses are simply divine! How wonderful to be surrouned by such beauty.

    Have a joyous weekend, dear Ida. Hugs!

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  32. I just got a new home and there is no fence to speak of. Don't really have a point to make one. There's a ditch in the front yard and not really a backyard to speak of.

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  33. It's like a fairytale house with this fence decorated with roses. Beautiful!

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  34. The roses are gorgeous! Kinda hard to top that! I do like the little gate, too! Very ornate.

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  35. Oh I just love the fence with those roses ...

    All the best Jan

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  36. right, this was very romantic :)

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  37. yes this!!! This is exactly the kind of simple beauty of a fence I would love to have. So that the blooms are the focus and shine and boy do those roses shine!!! Just gorgeous.
    And I want that dog! they are so beautiful.

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  38. Wow. What a difference a couple months can make. So pretty.

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  39. Pretty dog! I love that gate. The roses make it look like a fairy tale cottage! What a lovely place.

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  40. For some reason I am really drawn to the one with the gate open...

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