rustic rural settings; beautiful countryside. Lovely outing ahead for those riders
Great pictures you show. Wishing you a good weekend :) Hanne Bente
Great pictues...the horse looking a bit old to me.We will going shooting clay pigeons today, trap shooting. Read about you doing that too.
I would definitely love to visit this place! Great pictures!
Love that old fence - and the beautiful surroundings!
Wunderschöne Aufnahmen an einem besonderen Ort...Servus und Carpe DiemCL
Greetings from Ireland!What wonderful photos you have shown us, they are great(even the barbed wire looks amazing)!!Thank you so much for linking up with Green Day todayI hope that you will visit again soon and that we will get to enjoy more of your photography.Have a lovely weekend.Fiona
Love the fence shot, beautiful horses. Wonderful photos, Brian! have a great weekend!
awesome. i tell ya the Blue Ridge mountains never let you down. beautiful!! (:
Just passed through there this summer. Nothing like romance and rust!
So lovely! These pictures make me want to go horseback riding again, it's been about 15 years since my last time...Visiting your blog through the Green Day-post,Anna V. from Finland
Love the old barbed wire mixed in with the new- especially in the gap pic. Cool shots Brian!
Another great scenery post. Thanks for sharing it!
Happy friday 13th, some great shots there Brian. really well composed
nice! what a pretty place to ride!!
As always...great pics...the scenery is to die for!
Brian,What a beautiful place nabd great capture of the fences and horses.Have a great weekend!Shantana
It has been years since I went through the Blue Ridge Mountains, and to be honest I don't think I saw or noticed barbed wire fences ... amazing how time tunes you in to the beauty of so many things out of the ordinary. I feel a little sad for the old horse ... looks like he could use some food. As always Brian, you take more than photographs, you tell stories with your picture. Love it ...Andrea @ From The Sol
i like the angle of the first shot, the gnarled wire in the second, but the 4th is my fave. just beauty in its simplicity. :)
A nice set of fence pics, for sure! I really love the first and second ones. Just beautiful!
each time i see your photographs (notice: i don't term them just 'pics'), i ask myself - 'how does he get such awesome light in this photographs?'
You live in a beautiful area. Loving those hills and trees and rustic fences. Hope you have a lovely weekend!
All that grren...all the beauty of the landscape, th animal, the people....such breathtaking Photos... have a nice "Green day"!xoxo BShelle
Those are great...love the horses on an outing. Whitey needs more oats or something....Beautiful greenness.
Love the mountains in the background! Have a great weekend, Brian.
Another great series of shots, Brian. Here's what I love about each one.1) The vine on the post. 2) The bent barbed wire. 3) the white horse. 4) the clouds and 5) the horses.Have a great rest of Friday the 13th and a great weekend.
Like many of us, that barbed wire fence is sagging a bit...Battered Gate
Lovely shots - nice to see the contrast between the barbed wire and the lovely green grass. Visiting from Green Day :)
Wonderful fence shots and great scenery! That poor white horse look so thin and looks like it needs some attention.
I like those fence shots! Beautiful countryside. What a great place for a trial ride.
Beautiful view, Love them all have a great weekend.
The "ponytails" made me smile, Brian. Did you need to get their permission to post this view? :-) Love photos that capture the beauty of the commonplace as with this old fence.
Love the rustic fence! It certainly looks like a beautiful place to ride.
Olá bom dia!Adorei seu blog lindas imagens beijinhos.
I love your photos - they are amazing. Great choices for the Green Day pics.
great fences...love the horse shots...
The perfect place for horseback riding. Love the fence and beautiful scenery.
Such beautiful countryside. You are lucky to be able to photograph so much beauty and we are lucky that you share it with us.
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