Country Fence Decor





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  1. i do like a good skull hung on a fence. :) had a wild boar skull hung on a gate down the road from here. :) didn't last long - think someone stole it.

    thanks for hooking into Good Fences!!!

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  2. The skull head is a neat find. Great post and photos for Tex's new meme. Have a happy day!

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  3. Oh, I love fence shots, and this is a really nice one! Love the decoration on it too! lol

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  4. Skull definitely has impact ~ Love the scene especially the fence ~ Great photo ~

    artmusedog and carol, xxx

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  5. Now that's country! Love your photo and the texture! Glad you had a nice trip! Hugs, Diane

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  6. I'm not sure about the skulls on fences - but I love the fence.

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  7. Nice canvas effect on your image. :) I'm gonna have to try to link to TexWis's fence meme. Thanks for the reminder!

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  8. I love the texture. Looking forward to photographing fences soon and join the party!

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  9. A warning perhaps? :) Things are greening up nicely there!

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  10. Cool shot ~ like the shadows too.
    Camping ...WOW I can't wait for camping weather ...
    it sure ain't here yet in our neck of the woods !

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  11. Yep, better than fish heads. Nice texture...

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  12. Skull or not, I love this! Your photos are always so beautiful.

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  13. I always thought a fence was what you took when someone insulted you. Also looks like some skulduggery has been going on.

    Otherwise things seem peaceful and quiet. Lovely picture.

    Blessings and Bear hugs, Terri!

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  14. Very nice! Fish heads? I must have missed something.

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  15. Your editing of the shot is lovely!
    I kind of like the skull.

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  16. I totally agree with trying to view or type on a smart phone -- too difficult! Love the cow skull -- we have a few deer and buffalo skulls hanging here. Have a great day Terri! xo

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  17. summer! i can't do internet on a little phone screen either!

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  18. if i had to blog on a phone, i would be out of luck... i need a big fat flat keyboard and a mouse.... like that fence. glad to have you back.

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  19. I enjoy a good longhorn skull on a fence, or as in sis-in-law's den, on the wall. Cool find!

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  20. How great to see so much greenery around the fence.

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  21. Oh cow skull is always better than fish heads:) Great shot. Hug B

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  22. HI I love the fence, not too sure about that head but I love the way you have edited the shot.

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  23. Love the good ol' sturdy fence. Have a great day!

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  24. Hi Terri, you can definitely notice that skull! Looks lovely lush and green in your part of the world :D)

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  25. The skull is neat. I think it would be better than fish heads. :-) This is a lovely country scene--looks so quiet there.

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  26. A great addition to the fence and I like all that greenery growing around it, too!

    Visiting from Good Fences,
    ~Lindy

    My fence

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  27. Beautiful texture on your photo. The skull, hmmm, not something I would choose!

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  28. I like the shadow of the fence mirroring that gate. Pretty scene.

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  29. I'm not sure how I feel about animal skulls on fences - better than human, I guess :-/ This is such a pretty shot of the fence! And I'm with you on blog reading on my phone - I do it when I need to, but my eyes are not happy with me when I do.

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  30. I wanted to walk through this fence and see everything beyond. But then I saw the skull. Seems someone wants us to keep out? Maybe this was the last person who tried to enter....

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  31. Different spokes for different folks. You never know what you will see in the country fences.

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  32. I hear you about the phone and I'm always forgetting my glasses when we got out. Great photo! That skull is an interesting fixture. I have seen similar when traveling.

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  33. ooohhhh how interesting!! that may?? prevent me from trepassing!!

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  34. That's a great fence and gate, Madge. And the cow skull was a surprise! lol

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  35. My favorite kind of fence, all gray and weathered..

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  36. Love the old wood wonky fence and gate, skull and all!!!!
    I am behind too on posting and comments, seems our little bit of country has exceeded its bandwidth and we have had sketchy internet.

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  37. I like the fence, but don't think I'd want a cow skull on it! Cool picture.

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  38. I have a couple of those skulls hanging from my shed posts. Love em.

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  39. That cow skill looks very natural to this Texan...Thanks for the visit. I noticed that you also have a genealogy blog. I was soo
    Into that a few yrs ago. Found a family cemetery in Miss. And helped restore it.....

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  40. Oh for sure, it's a nice addition to it.

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  41. That is such a lovely fence. It looks like deep summer. How nice to look forward to that.

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  42. I love that fence...the skull is awesome...

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  43. Yea for you to get to go camping! I don't know why we like skulls on fences, but I know we do : )

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  44. What a wonderful weathered fence! Awesome!!

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  45. Looks like a good spot for a great adventure! And the skull is cool looking there. Aloha

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  46. The skull looks great. Beautiful scene.

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  47. Cool! Both the skull and the moon in the previous post.!

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  48. Re: Your comment in my blog entry... Thank you for answering my question! And if you see my Background, as a very pale Green, then I am very happy.

    Again, thank you!!!!!

    Tessa~

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  49. Love the scenery yes the cow skull. :)

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