Sacred Fences

St Paul Cemetery,  Arkansas
St. Paul's Cemetery

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Tex ~ Good Fences #2

45 comments:

  1. That one looks like it's been there for a while.

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  2. Terri, one super photo, it evokes thoughts of what is over yonder. I like it so very much. Cheers, Jean.

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  3. Very pretty, I like the fence with the tangled vines..Have a happy day!

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  4. Good Morning, Terri. Oh, I love this fence! Beautiful shot.
    Enjoy your day.

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  5. I like the curly cues on that fence.
    xo Catherine

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  6. this is most definitely a GOOD fence and a super shot of it... beautiful.

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  7. Lots of character. Like that there is a bit of orange in the background.

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  8. That is beautiful, especially with those bits of color and life.

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  9. HI I like the rusty wrought iron railings with the dead vine twisted round it.

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  10. What beautiful old iron work....love the twisty vines and the rust. Outstanding!

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  11. that's a beauty of a shot! thanks for linking up, ms. terri! :)

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  12. Obviously has been there for a very long time. A lovely shot with all the vines weaving around the posts and the splash of oranges berries in the background.

    Visiting from Good Fences,
    ~Lindy

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  13. Wonderful shot of this old fence Terri! I like the vines

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  14. Beautiful image Terri. Love the rusty worn texture of the iron fence and the vine making itself at home on the fence.

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  15. NIce composition and a fence to die for !
    ( eek sorry , I had to ;)

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  16. Oh my goodness! Before I even read this, I thought to myself that the fence looks like it is at a cemetery!

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  17. This fence shot is really beautiful. Love the vine, too.
    Have a great day!

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  18. That's a great fence! Nice photo of it too!

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  19. Great shot. I bet that fence could tell a few tales if it could talk. :)

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  20. It is a wonderful shot. I like seeing all the vines on the iron fence.

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  21. That is most definitely a good fence - and the vines agree.

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  22. Ooooo... That's a good one!!

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  23. These are my favorite kinds of fences!

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  24. Nothing like some old iron fence!

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  25. Nice to see an old fence still has appeal thanks to the hanger on's.

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  26. I love that old rusty iron and the design. Very nice fence shot!

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  27. Terri,
    Neat iron fence textures and shapes square, round sharp curves. Rustic can be very artistic. I hope you go back and take a picture when the plants are green.

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  28. Aw, that's perty! Love the vine entangled in the scroll-work! xo Karen

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  29. ...knowing where this fence is, the image becomes very inspirational!!! Well composed photo, too, I might add.

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  30. Cool with the vine on the fence!

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  31. Really a nice photo, Terri. My brother is buried in a St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery back in Iowa.

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  32. That is a piece of art, both the fence and the shot! I like the rust as well.

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  33. Gorgeous, love the vines and the rust!!

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  34. Love, love, love this!
    Great title too.

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  35. Now that looks like a fence that means business! Love it!

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  36. LOVE! I adore walking through (and taking photos of) historic cemeteries~
    Blessings, Aimee

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  37. Sacred and gorgeous.. this is just plain old beautiful to behold

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