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Lovely, I like the "rusty" leaves on some of the trees. ; )
You are most welcome, Maryrob.
A beautiful shot LJ,thank you.
Well, I'll be. Thanks, PG.
Lj I used that type of fence to keep the horses in in PA. A split rail fence was what everyone used and that is what it was made of.
Actually what captured my interest immediately, when I came around the corner, was the light on the fence. That was why I took this shot. Thank you for your comments...oddio, Cel, gnt, Ank, snooker, Mimi and pumpkinhead!
A grand fence! You are doing well with your camera, Laura.
A wonderful picture, thanks. I too enjoyed the set!
Enjoyed all 4. Thank you.
Ahh, a lovely photo Laura, thanks
very good set laura
That is the kind of fence I remember from my cow tippin' days. Giggles Thanks LJ
Nifty fence, inviting woods. Thanx.
Thanks, everyone, for your nice comments. It makes me smile, knowing you stopped in. PG, good eye. How on earth do you know what the fence is made of? Just curious. Morris, it's too new for what??
Nice photo. You're good! Thanks.
Ditto! Thanks for another cool set!
Great set Laurajane
Very nice laura.
Locus posts and poplar rails you just can't get them down here LJ.
Looks tu new! That one post is really crooked!! Nice shot, laura!!
great fence Laura!