Friday, April 24, 2020

GOSIA'S FENCES AROUND THE WORLD

These are various fence post photos taken while driving around. 
 The above and below photos were taken while driving in the Virginia countryside.
Next is an old iron fence surrounding a churchyard in Norfolk (Virginia).
 A nod to our British friends, I am one day late but I wish you a Happy Saint George's Day. My photo was taken in Jamestown (Virginia), where the first permanent English settlement was established.  If you click on the red lettering above, it is a link to more information.

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44 comments:

  1. These are such lovely and calming photos.
    I love fences.
    Have a lovely day And Stay Safe 🌷

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  2. My favorites are the first and last. Love this little chapel.

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  3. Great they are all pretty fence scenes! Take care! Enjoy your day, happy weekend!

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  4. The second fence says that business is doing very, very well indeed. Judging a farm's prosperity by its fences is a habit my father taught me years ago - and I still do it.
    For scenic delight I really like the last.

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  5. Beautiful fences.
    Have a nice weekend
    Take care and be well

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  6. I saw that it was St. George's day and had to look that up and read about it yesterday. Enjoy your days!

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  7. What a great selection of fences, and thank you for the mention of St Georges Day :)

    Have a good weekend.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you Jan and you are very welcome. I also wish you the same :)

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  8. Nice selection of fences. The first one is my favorite, I think, but I really like the last one as well.

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  9. Beautiful scenes and interesting photos. Thank you for including thoughts of St. George's Day. Wishing you well, Denise.

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    1. You are very welcome Linda. I wish you well also :)

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  10. My favorite has always been wrought iron. They're all nice, tho!

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  11. We do not see a lot of fences here. Wire around paddocks, hedge or nothing. Keep well Diane

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  12. Pic 3: Now that's what I call a fence.

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    1. Thanks Valerie, I don't see too many wrought iron fences around here but I enjoy them when I do.

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  13. Bardzo fajny pomysł fotografowania ogrodzeń . Miłego dnia:)

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  14. Hi Denise,
    Love the iron fence, and thank you for the thoughts regarding St Georges day.
    Keep safe and well,
    My best wishes,
    John.

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    1. Hi John, thank you and you are very welcome. Keep safe and well also :) My best wishes to you :)

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  15. Very nice photos of fences, Denise. I really like old iron fences and wish they were not so expensive. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you Martha Ellen, I see them very rarely these wrought iron fences. That is probably why. You have a lovely weekend also :)

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  16. It would be hard to choose a favorite of these! Love them all.

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    1. Thank you Linda, I liked finding them in my archives :)

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  18. your fences are varied and lovely ones. Stay safe.

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