Part of the fun in photographing the country backroads, is knowing I can share my life on the Blackland Prairie, with you.
Did you know this style of fencing is called Crossbuck Rail Fencing? To tell you the truth, I didn't know the name until I started writing today's post.
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Several hundred crossbucks....a work of art on the countryside.
Linking with Jan 'n Jer's Friday Fences. Click HERE to see other fence photos.
wow, you taught me something there. a new type of fencing. neat find. ( :ReplyDelete
Hi Beth....you often see this style for horse farms. I think it have been around for a long time.ReplyDelete
That's a pretty fence!ReplyDelete
What a neat fence, looks like a lot of workmanship went into it. Have a great weekend. HeatherReplyDelete
nope, sure didn't know that! but it's pretty!ReplyDelete
A lot of hard work, thought and expense went into making this fence. Love it.ReplyDelete
Definitely a work of art as are your photos. Very nice.ReplyDelete
I like it. Don't think I have seen that fence style around my area.ReplyDelete
Very cool fence! I've never seen that style or heard of it.ReplyDelete
Love the fencing. A lot of work went into the building of that kind of fence! Lumber, too.ReplyDelete
I agree, it is a work of art. Gonna take some work keeping it up I bet, that's a lot of fence. Great shot.ReplyDelete