Friday, May 10, 2019

Texas meets Scotland.... for Friday Fences

Just look at the size of this native cedar fence post.
Most likely it was cut from a nearby tree.
If you look closely you can see where side branches were cut off. 

It appears to have been a barbed wire fence...later covered with field fencing.

Pulling from my Scotland trip archives of photos,
 I found a similar fence, 
using barbed wire and field fencing.

It was taken on the beautiful grounds of Scone Palace, 
near Perth, Scotland.
Want to guess what is caught on the barbed wire strand,
 just above the field fencing ?

Yes, indeed....
some of that woolly red coat from a
Highland Cow.

The week end is almost here.
Enjoy !
Meggie Mac


  1. wow your fences are great love from Europe

  2. I love fence shots...just dont take many of them any more. I agree that cow is a beauty.

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