telephone and internet company that services those of us who live in the country.
It is just a few miles from the farm and on the highway that leads into town. There is nothing but rolling hills for miles around with a few farm houses dotting the landscape.
Photographing the fence made me fully appreciate the uniqueness in the building materials. I can now see, it is a fence that will stand the test time.
I thought you might enjoy seeing the entrance, with the beautiful crape myrtle trees showing off their summer blooms.
I'm joining with Jan 'n Jer's Friday's Fences. I hope you check out their blog......
What a cleverly designed fence - so stoutly made and yet we can see through it, to that huge and beautiful tree - or is it a cluster of trees in photograph 2?ReplyDelete
Hi Elaine....I was thinking it was one tree, but there are several trunks. The top appears as a single tree.Delete
The fences seem very strong with the flags.. I like that picture very much.. Also all your photos are so good. You take very strong and impressive images with your camera..:))ReplyDelete
Hello Beck...thank you for noticing the flags. And thank you for the compliment.Delete
This one will for sure stand the test of time...it is built to stay!ReplyDelete
It definitely would not be easy to climb over it!Delete
Yes, this will definitely last! Not very pleasing on the eye though!ReplyDelete
I think those trees are beautiful.X
Hi Anne...we do have some incrediably beautiful trees. I did a post about how we leave trees in the middle and build the road around it.Delete
great fence. i love the flag. (:ReplyDelete
Thanks Beth....We seem to be very proud to display our flag. I have one on my front porch!Delete
You're so right about our beautifully striking flag. On the news tonight they showed demonstrations in Greece and they were waving their insipid pastel blue and white flags!ReplyDelete
Beautiful entrance n the fence looks very sturdy!ReplyDelete
The crape myrtles are just so regal and I love seeing them when I've visited Texas. We had them in Maryland where my parents lived, but I can't grow them here in the Pacific Northwest. Aligned with this incredibly, sturdy and forthright fence it makes for a very welcoming entrance. XOXOReplyDelete
Great pictures you show. Wishing you a good weekend. Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dkReplyDelete
This is indeed a sturdy fence!ReplyDelete
Old Stone Fence
There's such a contrast between the harsh materials of the fence, and the soft stone of the pillars. You've captured that so well in the photograph.ReplyDelete
That is a nice fence, it will last forever! The crape myrtles are so pretty, I'd love to have a few of those.ReplyDelete