Friday, February 1, 2013

Fence and fence parts…


The sad truth is that I haven’t picked up my camera since I went out to see Carrie in January.  It’s not that I haven’t wanted to, but the weather has been crummy and I have been busy.  I am hoping for a lull in the weather and the action sometime soon so that I can do a little picture taking.

In the meantime, I figured I got enough stuff from the Chestnut Street Cemetery when we were in Apalachicola to post another fence for Friday’s Fences.  So here’s another one along with a few pics of some fence details.





LINKING TO FRIDAY'S FENCES.

18 comments:

Juliana said...

Beautiful fences of silent place...

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TexWisGirl said...

just love the colors in that metal...

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

so decorative. fun! ( :

Sandra said...

these are so beautiful. makes me want to visit Bonaventure in Savannah GA, i did not have digital the last time i visited it. if you ever get to Savannah don't miss it. this one reminds me of it. i love the macro

Nancy Claeys said...

I'm in love with those old iron fences -- great shots Barb. :)

Rose said...

I LOVE those fence details...the second shot...I can see using those as a quilting design.

barbara l. hale said...

I love the idea of those as quilting motifs!

Brian King said...

Nice age on the metal! Old cemetery's are great places to shoot!

Robert Nicolaescu said...

A quiet place. Beautiful capture!

Tina´s PicStory said...

very beautiful! :)

MEcoy said...

thats a bit scary haha
i definitely won't wanna go there at night haha
but anyway you shots were perfect as always

Nicki said...

Your crummy weather has stopped by my neck of the woods and regrettably those beautiful days in January found me tied up with other stuff. I've just about shot the heck out of birds and cats and any efforts to go out now means dealing with ice. When it is winter I wish for warmer days; when it is summer, I groan about the heat. No pleasing me!

Your cemetery shots are very captivating.

Liz Needle said...

Beautiful close ups of the designs. I love the old fences they put around cemeteries way back.

karen said...

Hi Barbara...it's a long time since I have been here too. Life just gets in the way sometimes doesn't it. I hope you are well. x
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Eli OKeefe said...

I've always thought that fences are ridiculously photogenic ;) These are wonderful photos!
Elisabeth

Debbie said...

these are beautiful barb!! you really got some amazing detail in these close-ups!!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Cemeteries have such great photo ops, and we enjoyed ones we toured in GA and NH.

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