Thursday, May 21, 2015

Photo a Day 89 - Fences

Oh dear, slipped again. Haven't posted for quite a while. No excuse except it's so cold amd miserable that I've been curled up by the fire except when I'm working at school.  Time to catch up. At the moment I am sitting in front of my computer wrapped in a rug while the rest of the family is sitting in front of a cosy wood fire in the lounge.  I am freezing!

Foggy morning the other day and I woke up at dawn and couldn't get back to sleep.  So I rugged up and took my cmera for a walk arounf the garden. I love being out in the garden in the fog.

This shot of the front paddock with the pines in the background looked just right for Tex's "Good Fences" and for "NFs Trees and Bushes





There's a tiny bit of fence in this shot of the dam which is slowly beginning to get a bit of runoff.


And no fence near this Eucalyptus, but I love this old tree. It's slowly losing branches and dying back, but it is pretty ancient and really struggled  before we turned the cow paddock into a garden 40 years ago.


I think this tree merits an entry in NFs Trees and Bushes meme.

Liz Needle  -  linking with "Good Fences"






14 comments:

  1. Stopping by via Good Fences. :)

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  2. I love the foggy scenes, the tree in the last shot is beautiful. Great fence shots. Have a happy day!

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  3. Well Liz, I thought yuo had stepped off the planet but glad to see you back even you are freezing! I mi=love these misty shots.

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    1. Hard to get rid of Margaret - just run out of inspiration sometimes

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  4. I too love foggy photos. Great fence shot #1 and the last shot.

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  5. i like the fog shots and especially the views around your place. hope that tree lasts for years to come!

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  6. Nice misty morning fence shot and that tree is pretty cool looking.

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  7. These photos definitely look like a stay in, wrapped up day.

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  8. Great fence shots along with the cool fog lingering in the images.

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  9. Such "soft"and beautiful fence and tree shots! And love the eucalyptus! You should join NF's Trees & Bushes with this post! Good to see you back!

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  10. The fog makes everything look so wonderfully mysterious. ;)

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  11. oooooo love your foggy fence images.

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