Thursday, September 12, 2019

FENCES AROUND THE WORLD BY GOSIA

This week's contribution to Fences Around The World, is from Williamsburg Botanical Gardens on our last trip south.  We have been finding lots of little gems while traveling, this is one of them.
I am sharing the chain-link fence surrounding the garden...
along with its pretty flowers and visitors, and there were many of both.
More to follow from the garden in a future post.

If you would like to see other fences from around the world, or join in with your own, you can go here.  Thank you for hosting Gosia!  And thank you all for visiting.  

I generally take Saturday's and Sunday's off now, so I will be back on Monday.  Have a great weekend everyone!




47 comments:

  1. Love the butterfly and I like the way you made the fences into a pretty background.

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    1. Thank you Linda, the sunlight was a big help :)

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  2. Looks like wonderful gardens to wander around I am off today for Australia. All packed and ready.

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    1. How wonderful! Happy Travels Margaret and thank you for stopping by before you left :)

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  3. Love the flowers and fences photos. Enjoy the weekend.

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    1. Muito obrigado. Fico feliz que você goste das minhas fotos. Desejo-lhe um excelente fim de semana :)

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  5. Such beauty. You never know what you'll find on road trips, Hugs, RO

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    1. Hi RO, that is very true and thank you. Hugs to you too :)

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  6. I've changed my blogging habits also...enjoy your weekend.

    Beautiful fence compositions Denise.

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  7. Hello, pretty flowers and fence scenes. Have a happy day and a great weekend!

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  8. so much beauty in front of that fence. the second and third are amazing and I can't pick which is my favorite.. they are STUNNING photos

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    1. I'm happy you liked them Sandra. Really appreciate that.

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  9. Now you're cookin when you use the fence to show off the flowers in your photo. Nicely done.

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  10. wow...making a chain link fence look gorgeous!! enjoy your weekend!!

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    1. to answer your question from my blog, yes!!! it was ladybird who started this. we saw all the flowers when we were in austin, texas!!!

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  11. Lovely flowers and a perfect fence. The butterfly is beautiful, as most of them are. So hard to capture sometimes. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Hi Terri, thank you and you have a great weekend also :)

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  12. Gorgeousness in front of the fences too!

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  13. Hui Denise,
    Not a lover of chain link but some beautiful flowers within the garden, love the butterfly.
    All the best,
    John

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    1. Hi John, thank you. And all the best to you too :)

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  14. Very pretty flowers and butterfly - I'm looking forward to your post on the garden.

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    1. Thank you Carol, I have three more posts already set up. The first next Tuesday on the 17th, that will show you more of what I saw in the garden, the 18th I will be sharing a few bird photos, and on the 18th more flowers.

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  15. How lovely, Denise. I thought I really knew Williamsburg. I've never been to the Botanical Garden there, nor did I know about it. I will fix that soon. I learn so much from my blog friends! Thank you.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed my post Martha Ellen and you are very welcome. I love to learn from my blogging friends, you included :) I will have more information about the garden next week as mentioned in one of my comments above.

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  16. Lovely compositions cleverly photographed. I like the glimpse of the gardens beyond the fence in the first photo. The butterfly, the bee in the flower are interesting and beautiful shots too.

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  17. I bet that fence was designed to keep rabbits and other plant eating animals out. Love the butterfly.

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    1. Thank you Sharon and interesting you should say that because there was a sign about keeping the gate closed to stop rabbits and other critters coming in and eating the flowers :)

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  18. I love those flowers, so pretty! You can capture beauty so well☺

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    1. Thank you Natalia, it was all beautiful that day :) even the sunlight on the chain link fence :)

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  19. I would have loved to be there to see all the butterflies alone!

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    1. I wish you could have seen them Rose, they were magical :)

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