Great rural shots.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Wonderful photography. I really like all the lichen on the fence posts.
Hey Brian, you make a barbed wire fence into a piece of art with a click click here and click click there. doin' great thanks fur askin'.. giggle.
Så vackert staket! Påminner mig om bardomens sommar.
Love the depth of field! The photos are great...and then the cows appeared and added to the charm! Love that last photo!
Love these fence shots. They look just like across the road from me -even the cows. ;)
beautiful and those cute cows are a bonus!
That old fence has a whole lot of charm to it. You even make fencing look amazing Brian;')~
Great shots Brian- I know these fences well- they are everywhere in the south- we've got some around our place that date back to the 40's. Patching is so much easier than stretching new!
Hi Brian...I must agree with one of the other comments...you make barbed wire a piece of art. Beautiful shots!
Now this is a fence, love all the rust and lichen!
Cool fence shots & I love the calf head nod... too cute! =)
that is exactly the caption i'd have given that calf photo. :)i LOVE these photos. am enamored with fences, and this one's a beaut!
wow! 7 strands! impressive!
Wonderful shots, Brian. Like others have said you make fences look like art. I love the fence post with the lichen and the barbed wire wrapped around it. I like the cows too.
Love all the details you captured Brian!This is my favorite kind of fence. Pure country!Your Blue Ridge trip has afforded you a plethora of photos. :)
Great shots Brian. That fence does look like it has been repaired a time or two.
fun entry and a very cool fence that most people would overlook!i especially love all the different effects on the images!!i am really enjoying all this blue ridge stuff, sound like it was a wonderful "picture" trip!!
Such things as fences and barns always make me want to hear about the people who put them there and the hands that worked so hard to maintain them. Love the detail in those photos and the happy cow chewing her cud.
Wonderful shots Brian!!! I love those simple fences with OLD timber and rusted barbed wire. So beautifully rural. And the cows... cute!!
Wonderful shots. Makes you want to wander past the fence to see what's over the horizon. :-)Thanks for visiting Noteworthy Musings and for your lovely comment on my alpaca photo.
Great pictures! That fence looks like some around these parts, repaired again and again and again... :)
The blue ridge parkway has some gorgeous an rustic photo ops! This in one of them! Love the last shot with the cow smiling for the camera!
Always love captures of barb wire and cattle. Yours are wonderful.
I love to see how people tinker with fences to maintain them!Empty Horse Corral
Hi there - splendid shots! Nice examples of where more depth of field is not better! Cheers - Stewart M
I'm always looking for one of these old barbed wire fences, but around here they are becoming extinct. You found a nice one and photographed it to perfection. Love the last shot.
Lovely, rustic fence! Fantastic lichen-covered fence posts, nonchalant cows.
LOVE that rustic fence, Brian! Great photos!
Super photos of a beautiful countryside!
Great series of shots... love that white calf most!
Very much makes me smile to see such wonderful photos of what would be considered "ordinary" things. So nice!
Those old lichen-covered fence posts make great closeup subjects. Nice thing about barb wire it "eats you up" stringing it (from what I remember from helping my dad a thousand years ago), but last for a long time and does the job.Love the clean, uncomplicated shots you have here, Brian.Hope you're enjoying the Memorial weekend some place cool.
Awesome truly gorgeous shots. The detail makes me smile excellent. B
What an eye! both photographic and being able to see details such as the crane in the tree? Really enJOYing your trip pics. Please keep sharing.
I love rusted wire...and fences...awesome post...
Great shots! I just love that last shot!
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