Thursday, December 26, 2019

FENCES AROUND THE WORLD

This is my contribution to Gosia's Fences Around The World.  Thank you for hosting Gosia.  As I wasn't able to take any fence photos to share, I thought this one would be okay.  It was when I was in England a few years ago.  

If you would like to see other fences around the world, or join in with your own, you can go here.  

Thank you for visiting everyone and have a great weekend.  See you on Monday!



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    1. Thank you Linda, I thought he was a lovely bird, along with the old iron fence and daisies.

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  2. Interesting shot. Tells a story.

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  3. Love the fence - and the stylish corvid. Such intelligent family minded birds.

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    1. Thank you EC :) I have always read how smart these birds are.

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    1. Muito obrigado e boas festas continuadas para você também :)

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  5. what a great photo, so clear and interesting, happy holidays

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    1. Thank you Linda, happy holidays to you also :)

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  6. My eyes won’t let me see the photo but I’m sure it’s lovely , the comments above give me some info, have a great day!

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  7. the fence is perfect. that is a super shot of that black bird...and I do love daisies.

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  8. This is so lovely! I especially love the daisies, and how the Grackle is right in the corner.

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    1. Thanks Ginny, I was so glad I took the photo when I did. He didn't hang around :)

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  9. I DO like this photo, Denise, very much!

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  10. Fences are necessary. I am not sure exactly why. There are friendly fences and hostile fences. And we always seem to be able to tell the difference. Your fence is for sure a friendly fence. :) I can tell.

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  11. Fence or no fence that is a striking closeup photo of a bird.

    Happy New Year to you and your family Denise!!

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    1. Thank you! It certainly was a very striking bird. Happy New Year Yogi to you ad your family :)

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  12. How lovely photo! Have a nice weekend;-)

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  13. a perfect image of all the beautiful things in nature!!

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  14. Such a nice photo, Denise! Beautiful capture of the whole view. The bird appears to be quite large and happy to pose for you.

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    1. Hi Martha Ellen, thank you. He didn't hang around for too long so felt very happy my reflexes were working that day :)

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