Lean in a bit.....
and just imagine standing here.
There is so much to take in.
Interesting bark, a stone fence,
a pathway that curves to the right,
blue skies peeking through the tree branches, and
the sounds of a woodpecker's constant drilling and drumming.
nothing like the great outdoors !
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Hi Meggie, thanks for your visit and comment. I like your snapshot of the stone fencing. I will probably climb up on the fence and take a walk all the way right up to where it ends. Just hope I won't be intruding into some private property.ReplyDelete
Rest assured....you will not be trespassing.Delete
A great fence shot with so much more to capture the eye.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Marcia....I can't pass up a stone or rock fence.Delete
Your photography always tells a story! I love stone walls; fell in love with them when we lived in New England. The textures in this photo are amazing. Thank you for sharing, XOXOReplyDelete
You may remember when I started this blog...it was to prove to myself that I could do it. I love sharing what I see and who knows where the words come from. I'd like to think they come from my heart.Delete
Lovely composite photo!!!!ReplyDelete
So much to notice, as you said.
And isn't take photos wonderful...? In that it makes us be much more aware of our surroundings? So many things, we would have "passed right by," in our life. But loving a camera, helps our ability, to NOTICE so many things.
You are so right...Delete
You are so right. I'd rather be outside anytime! I love the stone wall. Wish There was one all around our property!ReplyDelete
Even though you may not have a stone wall, I see so many interesting things in your photos.Delete
Like the perspective with the wall heading to the distance, make you want to follow itReplyDelete
Aren't those the fun photos to capture? I love it when I can find something to stir the imagination.Delete
That is a beautiful photograph, the wall and the path on the far side draw you along it. Stone walls, one tree with smooth bark, the other is rough and textured. I'll just get my walking boots on then I'll join you!ReplyDelete
Friday was a nice day to be walking....if we tried it today, you would definitely need your "rain Boots". By the way, the smooth tree trunk is of the crepe myrtle....it blooms most of the summer.Delete
great photo. Greetings from EuropeReplyDelete
Thanks, Gosia...and a big thank you for hosting Good FencesDelete
love the composition used for the stony fence :)ReplyDelete