Sacred Fences #3

This fence encloses the graves of Thomas and Mildred Dillahunty.  He died in 1913 and she passed in 1933.  I think this fence is beautiful and I wish the gate was still there.
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40 comments:

  1. Love the stone wall. great shot for Tex's meme

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  2. This fence looks like a really balancing act to me.

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  3. It is a pretty, I like the design! Lovely shot.. Have a happy day!

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  4. Hi Terri,

    A very unique fence, indeed, strong and sturdy, and with such responsibility, to forever protect the history of its occupants.

    Enjoy your day!

    Poppy

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  5. I'm glad the stones are still there. Too bad about the gate.

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  6. That is a beautiful fence. Most cemeteries now have everything removed so that they can run a large mower... and they lose all these gorgeous fences and things.

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  7. I love this! This is so moving, and indeed sacred.

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  8. That is a beauty! It looks so solid and strong, like it has been there forever and will continue to be.

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  9. I like this fence a lot, i have not seen stones put together this way before... i bet the gate was cast iron and beautiful

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  10. Pretty rock fence, nice photo too Terri!

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  11. wow! very unique design! i like it a lot! thanks!

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  12. What an interesting fence...wonder what the gate was made of?

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  13. That's just beautiful, and so is you Header!

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  14. It looks like a serene spot, although I don't believe in cemeteries and think the Earth should belong to the living.

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  15. Very beautiful, and you processed it in a wonderful way.

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  16. An interesting fence. The photo looks vintage, great editing.

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  17. Beautiful fence. Yes, I bet the gate was lovely as well! I wonder if it was ironwork.

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  18. It is a lovely resting place for them! I especially like the image you shot too.

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  19. What a neat stone fence around the grave. That is something you don't see often. They had a very unusual last name didn't they?

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  20. That stone fencing around the grave stones speaks wonders about the setting there in the graveyard. How lovely.

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  21. Beautiful fence, someone was loved.

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  22. The person must have been pretty special to have such a lovely resting place. I have never seen a fence with this design....love it.

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  23. That is a unique fence. Cemeteries are usually good for different kinds of fencing. Thank you for visiting my Seedling Mile Good Fence.

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  24. Oh this is interesting. Thank you for sharing.

    My pics are up. Fences and I got to take a picture of a farmer and took his picture. My morning was interesting.

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  25. oh that is beautiful...a very peaceful resting spot

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  26. Awesome....really, this is just about the only word I can think of....it truly is AWESOME

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  27. Very interesting picture! The post processing is very subtle and extremely effective. I like this a lot.

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  28. Awesome awesome awesome fences! I love how you titled it too!

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  29. Such a lovely place and I like your photo very much. How they built the wall/fence is really interesting and pretty.

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  30. I love it, too. I wonder what type of gate was used. We just don't see stuff like this any more.

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  31. It's so good to get photos of some of these places that are changing each year. These are beautiful photos my friend! Enjoy your weekend. Hugs, Diane

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  32. Lovely wall/fence here. Some people think they are morbid, but I like cemeteries. They are often quiet, park-like places. And I like reading the tombstones.

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  33. Beautiful stone fence Terri!!
    Sadly - stone and metal fences around family plots are a thing of the past!! at the turn of the century - 1900's Grave stones were a work of art!! Very Nice!!

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