Thursday, 13 August 2015

Good Fences

 Hi everyone and welcome to another Good Fences link up with TexWisGirl.

I am sharing these fences from our time in Williamsburg.  I love it because its not the kind of fencing we see in Northern Ireland.

  Love seeing the horses grazing contentedly across the fields.  it was such a pretty day!

Just click on the photos to enlarge.  How many different kinds of fencing can you see in this picture?


Thanks again for you visit and comments.
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Have a great day!


25 comments:

  1. Such pretty countryside!

    Happy weekend, Christine!

    Poppy

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  2. I live in country and we have those fences.

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  3. Great series of fence shots! They use the same fences in some of the Civil War National Parks in this area too! Enjoy your day!

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  4. Wow, how I love those old rustic, weathered boards for fencing. I'd love some around here like that! Very cool. We don't have them like that here either.
    ~Lisa

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  5. I love these split rail fences! The Blue Ridge Parkway is full of these lovelies!

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  6. I do love this kind of fencing. Have a great weekend....

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  7. Great photos Chistine. This is a fun place for me and have visited many times. My sister-in-law lived in Williamsburg for many years and my in-laws are only an hour away. I look forward going again soon.

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  8. Williamsburg would be a great place to visit from the looks of your pictures. I did like the horses and fences in your shots very much.

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  9. that's a good old fashioned fence.

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  10. I always love split rail fences and you capture these well.

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  11. Oh ya Christine,my kind of rustic fencing, love!!! Blessings Francine.

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  12. Very interesting fence and the view is so peaceful.
    Blessings,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  13. Glad you got to go to Williamsburg! It is an awesome place that we miss now that we are no longer in Virginia. Love the split-rail fencing. My Mom & I loved the stone fences in Ireland when we got to visit there!

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  14. Thanks for the smiles, Christine.... have a lovely Friday.

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  15. I love those split rail fences! Great to see your photos! xx

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  16. I think they are really lovely.

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  17. My hubby made us a fence like this when we lived up against a wooded area, he just went and picked out all the fallen trees he could find, I always wondered if the people that moved in after still kept the fence

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  18. Very "rustic" !!!
    Have a lovely weekend !
    Anna

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  19. I'm not doing a good job at keeping up with Prudence's Blog visits, thank goodness she will be home shortly to take back writing.

    Happy Weekend.

    Hugs

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  20. A very cool country fence!!

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  21. Nice to see the old fencing! I just saw a similar fence at the Battle of Athens historical site in Missouri a couple weeks ago.

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  22. I like this kind of rural fencing too.

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  23. Love split rail fences, we have one up behind our home that was built many years ago by folks who settled this area, great historical architecture!

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Thanks so much for expressing an interest - kind thoughts always appreciated!