How an ordinary chain link fence can become a work of art..
or simply a way to identify a spot.
Over the years, I have probably passed by this fence hundreds of times.
It's located in a small community about 10 miles away from my home.
And, if you have been following me for very long, you know I have photographed Weimer's churches, a baseball field honoring our veterans....and the list goes on.
to view my post about the baseball field
honoring our Veterans.
Proudly showing the communities' name....
and Wildcats, their mascot.
The athletic field, for the school district, is a real beauty.
I wouldn't want to test the signs' meaning.
After all, this is small town Texas.
When I took the photos,
I wanted to demonstrate how windy it was....
It also was about 42 degrees,
with a wind chill in the high 30's.
As so often in photographing,
it's when I edit them that I notice other interesting things.
We are a county and state with many trucks.
The parking area demonstrates that fact.
I see 7 trucks to 3 cars.
I think that ratio about says it all.
I didn't want to leave out our gals....
The Weimer LadyCats
have their very own baseball field.
Enjoy your family and friends,
with the upcoming week end.
Linking today with Gosia and Good Fences.
to view fences from around the world.
I like that fence...ReplyDelete
Such a creative way to show school spirit...and I love their posting! XOXOReplyDelete
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This is a long shot. After a Google search for "chain link fence art" I was led to this post. Do you happen to know anything about the plastic squares used to decorate that fence? I'm trying to make my own (or buy them if the price is right) for my own fence. But so far I'm striking out.ReplyDelete