With all the snow melt, run-off and flooded creeks, we have a lot of fences that are currently standing in water. They always seem particularly picturesque to me, so here are a few I found while driving around a week or 10 days ago. We still had a fair bit of snow, and it was snowing heavily in the final photo.
This is the first time I've had the opportunity, so I'm linking to 'Good Fences'.
And in case you're wondering, yes I got all my marking done and handed in. I actually enjoyed reading 56 different articles on Scotland. Today's students write some remarkable stuff. We got in a quick break too, but now it's back to regular blogging - so many things to take pictures of now.
Beautiful photos! I like the reflections in the floodwaters and the last one is so pretty with the snowflakes and only the red dogwood for colour. Enjoy the weekend.ReplyDelete
Quite familiar! I remember scenes like that in fields a lot when I was a child.ReplyDelete
GREAT looking fences AND reflections! hoping the flooding isn't too bad! thanks for linking in - you were last one to squeeze in this week! hope you'll be back next thursday!ReplyDelete
You got some great fence pictures there. A bonus is the reflections.ReplyDelete
Wonderful fence photos! I LOVE that last one.ReplyDelete
Hi there, Bet most of the fences in your area are under water this time of year --with all of the snow melt... That water/snow has to go somewhere... I'm surprised that there isn't more flooding.... But your area is used to LOTS of snow each winter---so I guess it all works out somehow...ReplyDelete
I do like your 'fence' photos --especially that last one... Awesome.
Love the photo with blue water .but they are all so picturesque. Scotland, I wonder if anyone wrote about the areas in Lanarkshire, where my Mum was born. And the papers, lots more interesting that equations. Cheers, Jean.ReplyDelete
Love the last one. I should have pictured the one at a golf course I pass. White vinyl fence sitting in water up to its post caps.ReplyDelete