Thursday, February 16, 2012

Rural Thursday Blog Hop #3

When living rural,
there are no shortages of fences.
I happen to prefer the grass covered ones.














How about you?

Linking to:



 


28 comments:

Becky~ said...

Goodmorning Jill!I often notice when Im driving out of the city fences where shrub is overgrown.Im with you I prefer the grass covered ones as well.If I had to choose lol.

Loveeee the banner Jill,owls are so pretty.Enjoy your day!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

The green one with a rail missing is just the sort of obstacle I would've enjoyed jumping my horse over in high school ;-) Great pics Jill! Thanks for linking up today!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

I'm actually a fan of the clean look, but that's not always realistic, is it? These are wonderful rural fences, Jill.

Thanks so much for sharing at Rural Thursday! :)

Tanya said...

lovin that green fence and the color combo!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

i love those green fences and your shots!

great colour!

Madi and Mom said...

I found this time of year even w/o leaves and flowers pretty in it's own way. Boy does the green fence pop against the hay!!
You have such a good eye for pretty things.
Hugs Madi and Mom

Samantha said...

That green fence is gorgeous.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Nope, no shortage of fences anywhere in the country! =)

TexWisGirl said...

my horses would push those over... :)

Donna said...

Cool looking fences!
hughugs

Costin Comba said...

I love the contrast between the green fence and the dry grass. Have a nice week. Greetings from Romania.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I was thinking the same thing as Lisa - I would've loved to have been able to jump my horse over the green one.

At Home in English Valley said...

Hi Jill , here in the burbs, fences divide our properties, but I love the Osage orange trees that still stand that dividied the original farmsteads. Great photos, thanks for sharing! Love, Penny

Eva Ason said...

Hi Jill, the green fence is lovely, it makes a perfect distraction in all the yellowish grass.
Have a great day!

Eva

Chatty Crone said...

Don't think I have ever seen a green fence like that. Cool. sandie

Dawn's Craft Place said...

I would probably drag one of the fences home and display somewhere in my house..lol

Ellie said...

I really like that green fence - it looks good with the grass growing around it.

Donna said...

Jill,

I just love coming over to visit you and your lovely photos. Who else could make an old fence look so great!

Blessings, and I wish you a wonderful weekend!
Donna

Charade said...

Do people really store their hay out in the open like that? Or isn't that hay?

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Great pictures! I love the character of fences, new and old!

Candy C. said...

Great fence pictures! :)

Michaele said...

Very cool Jill. You will have to get another photo when all the grass is green.

Paula said...

I've been having a terrible time reading your blog and commenting was out of the question. Think this one is going to go. Sure was missing your nice blog.

Lynne said...

Really nice Jill!

Kandi said...

I know exactly where that fence is! :)

Busy Bee Suz said...

I have a thing for fences too...and these are beauties!

Susan said...

Wow,those are awesome!

Kathy said...

I don't think I've ever seen a green fence before. It certainly stands out!