Friday, April 13, 2012

Lots Of Fence Line


How's this for some fencery? And, yes, that's a word because TexWisGirl at The Run*A*Round Ranch Report and Tricia at Bluff Area Daily said so. Said fences, horses, and rolling hills brought to you courtesy of the Kentucky Horse Park.















Linking to Friday Fences


40 comments:

Carole M. said...

Well there's a full-time job for anyone who enjoys a bit of painting! Lovely maintained property. The trees in leaf and the blossom trees add even more charm, and the wonderful Clydesdale too. The little stream and bridge over is so scenic; grand photos Brian.

Bob Bushell said...

Lovely grass and fences, thanks Brian.

Nancy Claeys said...

Fancy fencery indeed. But you do live in Kentucky. :)

Linda said...

Beautiful, beautiful shots! The fences, the horses, the flowers... lots and lots of eye candy here! Great job, Brian, as always!

Lesley said...

I don't know where to begin...maybe I should just come down to Kentucky and ooh and ahh in person!

Tammy said...

Gorgeous scenery! That sure is alot of fencing, it looks like a maze!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

I need to get back over there for a visit, great images of this fencery! Guess what, you will be hearing this later anyway, I am going to the Oaks...well, in the Paddock area, but that should still be pretty wonderful!

Michael said...

great pictures, keeping the main thing (fence) the main thing..beautiful place. relax ritchie? I'll have to google that

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

Now that is a lot of fence! Very beautiful landscape, but it looks like Ritchie may have missed a couple of spot!

Pam said...

I wouldn't want to paint them but they make those Kentucky rolling hills stand out. Beautiful shots, Brian.

Faye said...

Ah, our Old Kentucky Home! No doubt where you were even with first photo. My favorite of today is the little jewel that features stone bridge with the fence line. Lovely.

Jan n Jer said...

Gorgeous horse farm...your photos are just beautiful. I am with Faye...I love the same shot too!

Kathy said...

That's a lot of fence! Here in Texas most of the white fences these days are vinyl. Quite strong and sturdy and a lot less maintenance. Of course, it's VERY expensive!

Betty Roan said...

Fencery, a touch of spring, and a beautiful sky. What more could one ask? Now that's a fence!

Tanya said...

that is some super fencery! lucky horses to live there....beautiful!

Nancy said...

There's some serious fencing going on in Kentucky....beautiful though....

My favorites are the ones with the horses; they are just gorgeous....but then I love horses.....

I hope you have a wonderful weekend with lots of opportunities to take more great pictures....

T Opdycke said...

I saw your wonderful fence photos and thought...Kentucky! The rolling hills lined with fences are so darn picturesque. Love your moons from yesterday, too!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Wow, that's a lot of white fences. Beautiful scenes! I love the horses.

TexWisGirl said...

lovin' the rolling fence ribbons in that first shot. ahh...

Liz said...

WOW, Brian! What a beautiful place... too good for horses, I think. Stunning shots of beautiful scenery. Those lines and lines of white fences, and the trees! The pink blossom is gorgeous... and the shot with the stone bridge... sigh :)

Rose said...

wonderful group of shots...I have my favorites but too confusing to name them.

barbara l. hale said...

That's a heck of a lot of fence! Beautiful photos. I love the one of the white horse with the white fence. Glad I don't have to paint all that though.

Joe Todd said...

The fenciest LOL

Amy Burzese said...

Such beautiful white fences. It reminds me of the polo field near my house. Yes, a polo field in Alabama.

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Miles and miles of that beautiful white fence- so pretty!

Marie said...

You're right, that is a LOT of fenceline! Wow! Some great photos! I really love the one with the little bridge.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

Oh, these photos are so serene and beautiful! Not too far from where I grew up. Makes me a bit nostalgic. *sniff*

Ebie said...

Oh, my, how wonderful to see the winding fence! So neat and clean, and the touch of pink from the cherry blossoms is a plus!

Leenie said...

Kentucky knows fences. I'm super impressed.

Andrew said...

Amazing.... thanks for sharing

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh my gosh those are beautiful fences -- and lots and lots of beautiful fences! A bunch of our friends have told us about this beautiful place -- your pictures are even more convincing than their descriptions!

Candy C. said...

WOW! That is a WHOLE lotta fencery! Great shots, thanks for sharing! :)

Pamela Gordon said...

That's a lot of white paint! Beautiful fences and scenery. I think I have a pic of that stone bridge. I must look those up. Great photos!

KaHolly said...

Absolutely gorgeous!! I'm so glad I came to visit. I can't believe I haven't been to your delightful blog before! I'll be back! ~karen

Gillian Olson said...

Not only great fencery, but also great fields and bridges and clouds!

Ida said...

Pastoral Beauty at it's best. Loved these.

Ida said...

Pastoral Beauty at it's best. Loved these.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

You're crackin me up! Too funny! =) Loving their TONS of fencery, for sure!

I'd LOVE to have that sign, but I'm guessing it's doing its job there on the fence just fine! heheheee

Thanks so much... TWG cracks me up w/ her worderies!!! LoL! =)

Beth said...

heavenly shots. just beautiful. love the pink dogwood. love the bridge as well. i guess someone has some cash to spend. great find. (:

gtyyup said...

WoW...that's quite the spread...$$$$ But very beautiful to look at!