Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Fenced In

This week at Little Red House for Inspirational Thursday our theme is 'fences'.  In a rural area, there are various types of fences.  A wooden one is a good place to rest your head and look at the lady with the camera.

Other fences are electric and help keep the horses in, and the coyotes out.
Thanks Mary for hosting, won't you join us?  Share a photo or two and just a few words.

29 comments:

  1. Estas cercas me recuerdan al campo, en la granja a la que iba cuando era chica mi padre tenía un caballo blanco. Siempre lo recuerdo.

    Un beso querida amiga.

    pd Belleza en tu taza de té con flores azules, muy elegante y fina.

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  2. Beautiful horses and nice fences Judith.

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  3. I love horses and yours are beautiful!thank you for stopping by pret-a-vivre.

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  4. I love to see horses in the fields...and the horse by the wood fence is just beauty!

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  5. I love to stand at a fence and look at horses, cows, goats, sheep - whatever is on the other side!

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  6. Judith, your photos are prize winning. What beautiful animals..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  7. Wonderful photos and beautiful horses. Thank you!

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  8. I love that first photo, Judith! The weathered fence and the horse are color coordinated a beautiful grey.

    Wishing you a great day.

    G

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  9. You sure got some lovely photos here. Pretty horses also.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  10. No fences and no time to find any and I'm not doing my own. Ha! I really like that first shot of the horse eager for a chat or perhaps a carrot over the fence.

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  11. I just love your inspiration Judith. That is such a sweet face. Have a great day.
    ~Clara

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  12. I have always loved horses... I used to draw them as a young girl..Happy Easter..with love Janice

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  13. I love to ride in the countryside and look at all the pastures and fences. I am just an old fashion country girl at heart.
    Happy Easter.

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  14. Love seeing vintage looking fences...so yummy!

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  15. Great fences and beautiful horses decorating the countryside!...:)JP

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  16. We lived for many years, across from a field of horses. It was lovely to watch them throughout the day. They always welcomed an apple or two or just a petting if we happened to be out walking.

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  17. These are beautiful photos, and the horse is adorable!

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  18. Love your farm fences Judith and they look just the same as country fences in New Zealand too!

    The grey horse is gorgeous - was he looking for a carrot?
    Happy Easter
    Shane ♥

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  19. I love this! Absolutely beautiful fence images.

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  20. The horses really give the fences personality. Great photos. Happy Easter, Judith.

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  21. Judith,
    Love, LOVE, L O V E the first fence with the horse!!! Great photos!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  22. I hope to join in more fun memes when I retire and have time to post more. Love that horse.

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  23. Fences are needed, especially where animals are concerned. What lovely horses.

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  24. Ha! The horse matches the fence -lol! Nice candid shots. Have a great weekend :)
    S

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  25. The horses are beautiful, Judith. I especially like the grey one. There is a pasture behind our house and the owner has horses there in the summer months. We always enjoy seeing them and occasionally treating them to an apple, carrot, or sugar cube.
    Hugs, Beth

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  26. Having been horse-crazy in my youth, I have been around countless wooden fences. ;) Lovely images, Judith! Thanks so much for contributing to Thursday's Inspiration! xoxo

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  27. I love your horse. He is so beautiful and even looks intelligent! Now I remember your former post about horses with lot's of mane(?).
    Tomoko

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  28. I have always loved horses! Used to own one in my younger days. Beautiful photos.

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