Friday, August 10, 2012

Friday's Fences

This short fence has been along the path for many years.
So many years that things are starting to grow in it...
To see more fences from around the world, visit Jan and Jer at Friday's Fences.
 
 

15 comments:

Beth said...

very practical. i see them around here often. great views. (:

EG CameraGirl said...

This is a character fence with tons of charm.

Dianna said...

What an interesting old fence! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment for me today. Look forward to catching up on some of your previous posts!

Eileen said...

That's different - I've never seen a fence like that before! Great picture.

Riet said...

What a special fence, never seen it before.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

old fences have such carachter

Jan n Jer said...

Soooo old...great shot!

Faye said...

My pilates teacher would say that the old log needs to work on its core! :-) But seriously, when you find one plant taking hold in an old dead log just have to be grateful that nature is as hardy as it is, right?

Rambling Round said...

A very unusual fence but it works!

Tricia Hays said...

I think it's beautiful, love wood fences, even if just chunks of wood... another few years & the foliage could be decorated very nicely in around it =)

lorik said...

That is quite a fence! I like old, disintegrating fences- not very functional but they always look interesting:) Nice photos:)
I also liked the comment Faye made about what her pilates teacher would say -also making me feel bad about not going to my pilates class this morning!

Everything Changes said...

That's cool!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

This old fence has lots of character. I like how things are growing out of it.
Thanks for visiting my blog and your nice comment.

Bubbling Arroyo said...

Different. Definitely worth a Kodak moment

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures you show with fences.
Wishing you a good weekend :)
Hanne Bente

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