November theme days: Fences


It's that time again! The first of the month means a new theme on the CDP network and this month's subject is fences. I hope you'll enjoy this rustic specimen. I'm not sure if it will hold up another season, but I like the recycled log effect and the way it is starting to blend in to the landscape.

To see more fences from cities around the world, visit the CDP November Theme Day page. I've also got another fence you might enjoy on my travel blog.

18 comments:

EG Wow said...

The split rails do look like they won't last too much longer.

Jim Klenke said...

looks like a place to set up a dear stand

cieldequimper said...

J'adore. Et au fond, il y a une barrière toute neuve...

Kate said...

Perhaps the landscape will eventually take over!

Halcyon said...

@Jim - this is actually next to a golf course, so not the best place for hunting. Unless you're looking for balls of course! :)

Rambling Round said...

An old, rail fence! Love it!

SRQ said...

My goodness...you're right. It blends right into the environment. Good eye!

Lowell said...

Great shot, Hal! This is one of those old rail fences that remind me of my childhood. I liked them 'cause they were easy to climb over! :-)

Louis la Vache said...

A fine theme day entry, Hal!
As usual, «Louis» forgot it is theme day...

hee hee...The Word Verification is 'tickl'...
«Louis» is tickled to visit your blog. ;-D

Paul in Powell River said...

Splir-rails are my favourite type of fence!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

This gorgeous rustic little fence is putting up a very brave fight against nature there Halcyon, wonder how much longer he'll be able to fight it off! Beautiful image.

VP said...

You have found the perfect fence, hard to find around there.

JM said...

You bet, I love it!

Jilly said...

Ah a lovely rustic fence. The best kind!

Olivier said...

un beau coté sauvage

Mo said...

Definitely not a city scene

RedPat said...

Looks like it will be returning to the earth soon!

Randy said...

That is really beautiful.

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