When I was photographing Brewery on the Bluff this past week end, I saw this opportunity for today's post.
The vintage fencing is called double-looped wire fencing. If you have any stories on this type of fencing, I would like to hear about it.
Today I'm connecting with Jan n' Jer's Friday Fences.
Nice pictures and what a strange fensing but I like it. Have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete
Hello Elna....you know, it is a very popular vintage fence where I live. Thank you for your comment.Delete
Love it! Suzy xReplyDelete
I like this - it serves its purpose well, is simply decorative and not too obtrusive.ReplyDelete
Hello Lesley...I think of country cottage when I see it. It is also easy to install.Delete
So glad you found my blog, since the linky for Friday's Fences isn't working! I love this type of fence, but have never seen it this large - usually I have seen it surrounding flower beds...very nice and unique!ReplyDelete
Hello Linda...It must have been popular in Texas years ago. You can still buy it if you want that vintage look.Delete
Beautiful, delicate fencing. I also like the walls beyond; do you know what the orange flowers are, Meggie?ReplyDelete
The slide show is a great new feature, lovely photographs!
Hello Elaine...can you imagine collecting and stacking all those stones? The orange flower is lantana. I have them in my flower garden. I'll post some pictures next week. It loves the sun.Delete
That fencing looks unique. Maybe it was only sold in your area.ReplyDelete
Ms Sparrow...Maybe you are right. I just know it is not uncommom to still see it in the country where I live.Delete
The doubled loop fence is both decorative and practical. Great photos, MeggieReplyDelete
I like both the wire fence and the stone wall...kind of a two for one deal! Very nice!ReplyDelete
Nice shots. I enjoyed the brewery area tour.ReplyDelete
Very nice shotsReplyDelete
The fencing is very sweet! And I also LOVE the beautiful rock wall. I'd love to have a rock wall garden someday, maybe for flowers and herbs :)ReplyDelete