Welcome! - Let's get ready to enjoy some GOOD FENCES hosted by Theresa from The Run-a-round Ranch Report and LITTLE THINGS THURSDAY hosted by Tamar from Random-osity
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First up Good Fences - These were all taken at the Whitman Mission on Saturday. - See Yesterday's Post for more photos from the Mission.
This shot was used for my 52 Frames Photo this past week for the prompt, PATH - It's part of the Oregon Trail. - This split rail fence is feature throughout the park area and the grasses on the left are Native to the area.
Another view of the wagon, trail & fencing from up on top of the hill where the Memorial Shaft is located.
Fencing around the Memorial Shaft.
Heading up the path on the way up to the Memorial Shaft. Loving the pretty trees.
Now for a couple of shots for Little Things Thursday.
My favorite season. These berries trees were just loaded with berries and so pretty and colorful. -
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Thursday, September 29, 2016
Good Fences #132 - Mission Fences & Little Things Thursday
Labels: 52 Frames., Autumn Foliage., Birds, Cows, Good Fences, Little Things Thursday, Native Grass, Whitman Mission
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Looking at that old fence takes me back in time!ReplyDelete
this is an amazing split rail fence. I love it peeking out of the grasses and all views are beautiful. the covered wagon is something I would like to ride in.. but not across a wild prairie.. lolReplyDelete
What a fabulous fence!ReplyDelete
That's not the kind of fence you see everyday.ReplyDelete
Hello Ida!:) Love those wagon trail views, and the blackbird perched on the split fencing. Your last two shots of the brightly coloured berries with a bird are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Wow, those are every one prize winning photos! I love, love the fence. Great shots!ReplyDelete
Oh....I LOVE those Western kinds of fences! Beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
What a lovely post of fences and nature ~ gorgeous and creative shots ~ love the little ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you a Happy Week ^_^
Hello, the split fences are nice. The covered wagon is a cool piece of history. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!ReplyDelete
Your shots are amazing and I would love to wander through this park! Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Stunning photos of the split rail fences & a cute one with a little bird on top!ReplyDelete
Can you imagine travelling for thousands of miles in a wagon over terrible terrain! What pioneering spirit those folks had!
These are great, love the split rail fencing, especially with the old covered wagon. You took lovely photos to share.ReplyDelete
That split rail fence is wonderful, Ida!ReplyDelete
Love that first fence. You need lots of wood and room for one of those.ReplyDelete
This is a fantastic looking fence.ReplyDelete
Love your Autumn photo's too.
Enjoy the last few days of September - October will soon be here.
All the best Jan
neat old-style fencing! i like the cattle shot, too. :)ReplyDelete
Ida, what great fences! A lot of work went into making them!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures! Looks like a place I would enjoy visiting.ReplyDelete
Beautiful peaceful photos, Ida. I traveled a bit of the Oregon Trail this summer when my husband and I drove to Glacier National Park. It was such a long drive by car I can't imagine how the pioneers did the trip by horse and wagon or by walking!ReplyDelete
Love the first photo...good jobReplyDelete
Lovely photos, I like the berries welcoming fallReplyDelete
Love the first photo of the fence and wagon. Plus the last photo of the bird with a berry in its beak.ReplyDelete
I think those fences are pretty neat, imagine the backbreaking work to build one!ReplyDelete
That's definitely the nicest fence I've encountered linking up to good fences!ReplyDelete
A very strong series. I like that fence very much. Nice area shots includng the berries.ReplyDelete
Very cool fences, I like those split rails and don't see them much around here!! Your little things, not so little to me....kind of magnificent!!ReplyDelete
Such lovely captures and each one brings me back to the days of long ago!ReplyDelete
What an interesting fence! Beautifully captured!ReplyDelete
That was a sturdy fence. Love the look of it :)ReplyDelete
What a lovely area! Your photos have a little nostalgic touch and my absolute favorite ist this with the bird.ReplyDelete
I think those split rail are my favourite kind of fencing. They are just wood, but they look so intricate. Plus they last a long time I think.ReplyDelete
Beautiful locations you've captured. I love to bird watch now that I have a zoom lens.