Friday, August 28, 2015

Hometown Fences


These fences have been around for a long time.


They are on the country road that leads to the house where I grew up in Ohio.


I snapped these shots when we visited there about a month ago .


There's nothing particularly unique about them.


It's just that they give me a warm, familiar feeling that I like to remember.


And I'd like to share them today on Theresa's Good Fences...


...because to me, they are good fences!
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Happy Friday, everyone!

32 comments:

  1. Good Morning, Debby! Lovely rural scenes from your Ohio visit. I love the fences with the Queen Anne's lace. Wonderful series of images. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Oh, these are lovely fences...there is something about them which I just love! And they look so pretty with the bright green of the grass and the dainty flowers nestled around them...
    Dear Debby, I can understand there are special memories attached to these fences...blessings and hugs to you!
    Have a truly wonderful weekend!
    Kelly-Anne

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  3. Oh yes, they are indeed good fences! I absolutely love the country look and feel of your pictures, Debby :) I feel like I should be wearing my wranglers and cowgirl boots right now {{smiles}} Enjoy the weekend, my friend.

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  4. Hometown fences are the best!!
    Weekend blessings to you!!

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  5. Good Morning, Debby! Oh did I ever enjoy this post with the country fencing and just the atmosphere surrounding them. Your photos are so fantastic that you feel as if you are right there in the midst of it all.
    I could see myself lying in the field looking up at the clouds and finding shapes in those clouds with my grandmother right beside me. :)

    Beautiful post!

    Joy to you! Debbie

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  6. My favorite photo is the one with the red tractor. I see red tractors and red barns all over this area. Did you take a photography class or did you teach yourself? You are amazing! I can't wait for us to do lunch sometime.

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  7. My favorite photo is the one with the red tractor. I see red tractors and red barns all over this area. Did you take a photography class or did you teach yourself? You are amazing! I can't wait for us to do lunch sometime.

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  8. absolutely beautiful! thank you, debby!

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  9. Familiar fences from a fondly remembered area is always something good to share. Have a great weekend.

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  10. Those old rail fences are so beautiful.

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  11. Gorgeous snaps of the fences and fields with the old machines just lying there! Very nostalgic!
    Thanks Debby.
    Have a great day
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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  12. Beautiful fences and rural scenes Debby!

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  13. What a beautiful country road, be still my heart, love that barn! Your fences are absolutely wonderful and loving that red tractor, Debbie!
    Have a sweet weekend~
    Nancty

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  14. I love the queen anne's lace adorning the fence! Beautiful!

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  15. they are great fences.....the fences of home!

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  16. I love a weathered-wood fence with flowers. Cool barn, too.

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  17. Beautiful photos! Beautiful landscape! Congratulations!
    Hugs!

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  18. Very beautiful! I love those old rustic fences! Just imagine the stories that lie within the wood. Wow!
    Great memories to have!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Blessings, Amy

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  19. Very beautiful! I love those old rustic fences! Just imagine the stories that lie within the wood. Wow!
    Great memories to have!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Blessings, Amy

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  20. Beautiful photos, Debbie, of your familiar fences and their gorgeous surroundings! What brilliant colour and movement in the fields; I can almost see the dainty flowers blowing in the breeze.

    Wishing you a wonderful weekend, my friend!

    Poppy

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    1. Just realized I misspelled your name; sorry, about that, Miss. Debby! :))

      xo

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  21. Beautiful old fences, and your pictures are lovely. Love to see the Queen Anne's Lace next to the old weathered wood. xo, Deborah

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  22. Those old fences have a lot of character and evoke warm memories of times past. Very mellow photos. Lovely.

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  23. Hi Debby! I'm sure looking at them reminds you of home too. Sometimes a fence isn't really a fence, it's more about what it symbolizes.
    Such beautiful skies in your photos too!
    Ceil

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  24. I just love taking long drives in the country......and these fences are delightful. : )

    ~Sheri

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  25. Playing a little "catch-up" on commenting here. - Loved your pretty fence shots. They were all just wonderful. I especially liked 4, 5 & 6.

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  26. Very nice photos. I like country fences too, sometimes even barbed wire if it's picturesque. :-) I like the Queen Anne's lace as well. Fond memories for me. I miss that here. I haven't seen it in Central Texas so far. I'm guessing they might have it in eastern Texas where there's more rain.

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