Lazy J Bar C

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Friday's Fences - 11/16/2012

 
It's silly, I know, but I'm always excited when I can find a cool fence to share with Friday's Fences! :)
This very rustic fence was along a walking path at the Holy Trinity Monastery. I can just imagine how labor intensive it was to build this!



27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

LOVE this one! so cool!!!

Susan said...

I love it! I want one!

Tanya said...

wow, love this! i can see why you were so excited to share it...it's very unique! have a great weekend :)

Michaele said...

That is an envronmentally friendly fence : )

Our Neck of the Woods said...

So cool! That is the most interesting fence I've ever seen. I'm with you - must have been a lot of hours put in on this one!

Marie said...

Great Fridays fence! I'll be sharing my Holy Trinity pictures next week to two weeks. Glad you did this one...I found a couple more there at the monastery, though, that I will be posting :-)

Buttons said...

Oh I love this fence I wonder if we can build a cool fence like that. It looks like a tree fence. Very very cool. B

Jan n Jer said...

Wow...I would be excited too! This is a real find! Love it!

Carole said...

I am going to have to look out for some of that recorder music! I guess I never thought of that because it is always treated as an instrument for youngsters to begin with! Cheers

ReBelle said...

Oh my... tough enough.

MamaTea said...

Now THAT is a cool fence! I would have been so excited to take a picture I probably would have dropped my camera! :) Great job!

Marigold said...

Oh, this is just awesome! That first photo just gives me a pleasant feeling. Did monks build it?

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

great shot. lovely wild fence. (:

Kateri said...

This might just be one of the neatest fences I have ever seen.

Jan said...

Great find.

Alica said...

That's a really cool fence!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Someone certainly had fun putting that gnarled old fence together!

Banjo String Fence

W. Latane Barton said...

Now, that is a NATURAL fence!! Wow.

Judy said...

I have see a lot of log fences, but never one like this!!
Great capture!

nancy said...

I always love that kind of natural fencing! Nice shot!

edenhills said...

That is an amazing fence!

Lin said...

Ooooh, very cool! I'm sure it took a LOT of hard work (and trees) to get this one done!

Lin said...

Well...what house doesn't have it's uh....downfalls? We get discouraged in our place too, but it is those conversations with other homeowners and hearing their tales of house nightmares that keep us going. No house is perfect and they all need work. I think I need to embroider that on a pillow or something.

Isn't it nice to have your own, less than perfect, home? Welcome!

Kristina said...

Ha ha! That's the kind of fence my hubby wants to build.

Energy Creations said...

My wife Nancy has been following your blog for a long time, she told me about some of your beautiful photos you have posted. I am an amateur photographer and love both looking at other peoples work as well as sharing mine. Thank you for sharing your photo's and the links. Fences doord & windows can make great photo opportunities.

Candy C. said...

Energy Creations,
Hi, Nancy's husband!! :)
Thanks for the kind words. I feel like such a novice on this whole photography thing compared to some of the lovely blogs I follow. Do you do Nancy's photography for her blog?

nancy said...

Candy

Nancy takes most of her own photos. She does a great job with her photography. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Dave