I wanted to start off by thanking you for visiting me and leaving these lovely comments. I also want to thank all who have become followers of my blog. I see on my side bar that I have a few new also. Welcome and I wish each and every one of you to stay safe in this very surreal time we are all going through, in every part of the world.
My fences this week are from a Sunday ride in the Virginia countryside a few years ago. We came across this old shell of a home that was off the beaten path.
What stories those walls could tell.
The brickwork was grand and I imagined living in this home when it was first built. Even in its present state I thought it beautiful. I was also happy for the fences so I could join in Gosia's meme this week.
If you would like to see other Fences Around the World, or join in with your own, you will find the link here.
Thank you for hosting Gosia and thank you all for stopping by. As always, take good care of yourselves out there.
What beautiful masonry! It's a romantic looking place.ReplyDelete
It certainly is, thanks Linda :)Delete
WOW! Denise that brickwork is gorgeous. Stay Safe and have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
Hi Margaret, thank you and the same to you :)Delete
I have oftened wished that walls could talk - or that I could hear them.ReplyDelete
Stay well, stay safe.
Thank you EC, you too :)Delete
Welcome a beautiful spiritual being in your beautiful majesty full of the grace of a gift of comfort. Amazing photos.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your sweet comment Agnieszka :)Delete
great fences stay helathy love from PolandReplyDelete
Thank you Gosia, I wish you the same :)Delete
I am another one that liked the brickwork, Denise. Thanks for your lovely message above, and I hope you too have a peaceful time amidst all the chaos our world is working through.ReplyDelete
Hi Valerie, all truly meant and thank you :)Delete
It's interesting to see where the old ruin of a house is located (nestled into the bank) and the fence has been put up along the contours of the slope. The stonework is amazing with all those different coloured pieces put together like a jigsaw puzzle. It must have taken quite a while to build. Thank you for your good wishes left on my blog and I return them. Stay safe and well and have a good weekend.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I loved its location also, still a very quiet dirt road. I tried to imagine what this place must have looked like when it was first built. The craftsmanship of its builder and putting those bricks together, he was an artist.Delete
Fantásticas estas fotografias.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
Muito obrigado! Um abraço e um final de semana muito feliz :)Delete
Hello, pretty fence scene, the brickwork is beautiful. Take care and stay safe, wishing you a happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Thank you Eileen and I wish you the same :)Delete
It sounds amazing! Take care,ReplyDelete
Thank you Laurie, you too :)Delete
we have a few stone houses like this here in our town, still be lived in. this one looks like it could be brought back. I love it... of course way back when I am assuming the road was not that close. beautiful old building and photos. agree with Linda it is romantic lookingReplyDelete
They sound lovely! We have homes made out of brick also and I think they are all pretty, but have to say I have never seen anything that struck me as pretty as this. Thanks Sandra :)Delete
Some broken down remnants age so beautifully. If only we had a time-machine to go back to when it was inhabited.ReplyDelete
How very true Penelope and yes, if only :)Delete
Beautiful. The work and care that must have gone into building it...ReplyDelete
Hello Amalia, I agree, a lot of love went into those brick walls :) xoDelete
I would just love to know it's history!!!ReplyDelete
Me too, I wondered how old it was. Where did they get that stone? The old stone houses I see are usually just one color.Delete
I can never see the remains of old buildings like that without wondering what stories could be told about them. Great photos of the terrific brickwork.ReplyDelete
Hi Pauline, glad you enjoyed :)Delete
The brickwork is fascinating.ReplyDelete
It certainly is. I would have loved to see them put those together :)Delete
What a great fence! And love that at the end of it.ReplyDelete
Thanks Rose, me too :)Delete
Those are beautiful! Thank you for visiting my blog, i plan to be back to read more here.ReplyDelete
That's great Mimi, and thank you :)Delete
Thank you Christine :)Delete