Friday, June 1, 2012
Last week end, you may have noticed this fence in the post I wrote, Remembering Our Soldiers.
It is a beautiful, well maintained fence around the Dubina Cemetery. The story, today, is about the line of trees directly behind the fence.
The trees were planted many years ago to define the west boundary of the cemetery. You can click Here, if you would like to read more about the Saints Cyril & Methodius Catholic Cemetery.
Today, I'm joining with Jan 'n Jer's Friday's Fences. Please check out their blog.
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Beautiful! I love how the trees follow the fenceline!ReplyDelete
Lovely fence and nice with the trees in line.ReplyDelete
I like the double guard; the fence and the trees - I particularly like the occasional tree which is out of line! A cemetery with a long and interesting history.ReplyDelete
what a great view. love it. no climbing that fence though. ouch. ha. ha!! (:ReplyDelete
The trees are a great compliment to the ornate fence! Nice shot!ReplyDelete
What a durable and attractive border for preserving the integrity of the cemetery. Those folks had a great idea!ReplyDelete
Looks like an elegant fence with country surroundings!ReplyDelete
Very special. xReplyDelete
This fence has such detail in its ironworks and is so fitting for the area it encloses--gives a sense of decorum that is so respectful. Thank you for sharing, Meggie XOXOReplyDelete
You did a great job capturing the lines of the fence!ReplyDelete
I really like that type of iron fence. You can really see how the fence line follows the trees in the second picture.ReplyDelete
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Glad you continued with more info about the cemetery. The fence is so lovely (as is the church!)ReplyDelete
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