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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Friday Fences

Ahhh Friday - even though I am retired, I look forward to Fridays.

And today - fences with faces

Deep in the woods of Silver Lake County Park - there are old fences, no longer needed

They seem sometimes to be held up by the moss and lichens

Here is one that is looking back at me

Hello fence - and thank you for your work, when you were needed, and thank you for your beauty.


Carletta said...

I love the first one! It's like a magical gateway to somewhere - aka, the secret garden.
I'm imagining a white shaggy dog straddling that last one. :)

s.c said...

Great fences. Time is as always healing the wounds as here in the landscape. Wonderful.

Tanya Breese said...

wow, they are beautiful covered in all that greenery...ha, i see the face too!

genie said...

What a heavy blanket of green...quite the canopy. Lots of mosses and lichens. genie

Elizabeth Edwards said...

such character. looks like an area that gets a lot of moisture & rain. wow!! love the views. ( :

Liz Needle said...

What amazing mosses and lichens. I wonder how old they are. It looks like the land where time stood still.

Jan n Jer said...

A step back in time....nature has made its claime! Nice captures

Anonymous said...

WoW! I don't think I've ever seen a fence so completely covered like that & you found 2! =)

Betsy said...

I must say I have never seen a fence like this with growth. These are great

Jeanne said...

Very beautiful, covered with moss, funny how nature takes things back.

Crispy said...

That old fence is so pretty. I can almost hear the serenity in that picture, nothin' but the sounds of the birds.