Friday, November 11, 2011

No Explanation Required! (Fridays Fences)

I make the most of all that comes
     And the least of all that goes.


               Sara Teasdale






  I hike back to enjoy the sunrise. No explanation required.

Thank you to all our Veterans. May we never forget!


If you love fences check out more at Fridays Fences.

  http://lifeaccordingtojanandjer.blogspot.com/2011/11/fridays-fences-7.html

Later.

32 comments:

  1. Amen to your thanks. Beautiful to your photo.

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  2. These scenes are so common right now. Like you, trying to capture as many as possible--plus enjoy the hikes! That old fence looks like it has been standing for many years.

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  3. Us babyboomers...
    We will always remember our Veterans...

    Auntie M

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  4. i love those kinds of fences, esp w/ a beautiful sunrise (or sunset, I'm not picky... lol) in the background! =)

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  5. that is gorgeous. may you have a peaceful, healing weekend, my friend.

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  6. I love the way you have the top of the fence right at the horizon, so that you almost miss seeing it - adds to the mystery of the photo! And I think dawn is always a bit of a mystery...

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  7. That is a wonderful shot...my fence is at Time Stand Still.

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  8. Nice shot, Buttons! I'm a big fan of fence shots but I don't know if I can fit another meme into Fridays. :)

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  9. Thanx for the peaceful shot. Fences are cool when they look like that....

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  10. Nice and peaceful today. I spotlighted your blog in my post today. Just wanted you to know. You are my 311th Follower. I'm into 11s today! Sandra

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  11. This is such a nice shot with the fence mixing in with the tree branches.

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  12. I do love the beautiful silhouette scene, and the colors are fabulous!

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  13. Looks like some of the really old fences I've seen around Revolutionary War battlefields in Southeastern PA, they are cool fences, nice shot!!

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  14. Well that sure is a romantic looking fence and picture!

    I hope you are doing alright!?

    Big hugs and kisses from
    Indiana
    Leontien

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  15. Gorgeous shot what a sweet post.

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  16. "Country" fences are always more beautiful than "City" fences - you don't see a lot of chain link fencing in the country. LOVE the photo!~ It's Saturday and I'm up at 3 even though I have the day off. ENJOY your Saturday!

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  17. I like how you captured the darkness of the trees and fence against the fading blue of the sky, B.
    There's something magical about the peaceful quite at twilight time.

    Hugs,
    Pam

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  18. That is such a gorgeous photo, love the silhouette
    Bridget #22

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  19. Lovely photo.
    We remember too..on the 11/11/11
    A minutes silence.
    Except I talk too much! :)

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  20. a feeling of tranquility and peacefulness.

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  21. Lovely colors and silhouettes!

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  22. I particularly love the quote you selected for this post.

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  23. A lovely place to view the sunrise!

    Thank you for your visit and comment on my Friday Fences images. It's been a busy week and I'm slow getting back around to everyone.

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