Monday, March 5, 2012

Barnery and Fenceage

Or would that be Barnage and Fencery?  I know, I like to make up words.  I'm in my own little world.  But it's okay; they know me here...


Could there be a more perfect scene for TexWisGirl than this next one?  I mean, rusty-roofed barn (check!), barbed-wire fence (check!), gorgeous tree (CHECK!)  Even if it is shot into the sun, it is Texas heaven.  *ahhh*
Linking to Barn Charm

113 comments:

Carole M. said...

oh yes the silhouette of that tree in the background is quite something! Lovely and green after all your rains. How's the dam looking?

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Cool pics, it's nice to see green! We're just starting to green up a bit here in Philly:@)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Love the new header, the duck on it is so cute.

Great barn shots!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Barnery and Fenceage all fantastical...I do too;)))

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

LOL! I go to the "knittery". LOL!

Beautiful Texas scenery indeed. I so love how you appreciate its beauty. blessings ~ tanna

sweetdaysundertheoaks said...

Yep! Check, check, check!! And it is so beautifully green :)

Deb said...

All my fave things too

thesedaysofmine.com said...

Yes, that is the perfect picture for you, Theresa! Love it. Have a good Monday!

Kathy said...

Just a little bit of Texas paradise!

Jenny Schouten Short said...

I like your new header! Pretty barn and fence fotos. Everything looks so fresh. Looks like you're keeping busy. xo Jenny

Jill said...

Glad you let us into your own world...it's fantastic. :) That last photo is so perfect!

RoeH said...

Love it!

Melodie said...

I love an old rusty barn,so that one is my favorite I think!

Sandra said...

I am with you on the Texas heaven comment. I am back and feeling better and i missed your post so much.
and of course a person who lives in a "nonagon" would make up words...

Mike said...

I like the tree. Even though it's in the background, it strikes me as the focal point.

DJan said...

Nice pictures, I like your favorite one, too. You sure do have lots of wide open spaces out there in Texas! :-)

Candy C. said...

I like the "corner" in the foreground of the second picture but that tree in the last one is just perfect!!

wayside wanderer said...

Love that tree in the distance.

Judy said...

That last photo does scream out your name :)

Ruta said...

Great barns and fences...and a lovely tree!

troutbirder said...

When in doubt I say
"wind it." I make up words all the time too and notice most people don't know the difference... :)

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

Whew... for a minute there I thought I was all alone, I live in my own little world also!

I believe the words yerlookinfer are
barnurry and fenceurry, at least that's how I spellem in my neckathewoods. ;D

Yep..I tend to run my words together, creating my own unique language that only the people living in my little world understand!

Looks like your neckathewoods has a little more green this week.

grammie g said...

Hi Teresa...I really like that third one...GREEN...whats that!! lol...everything here is white ..more snow in the last week then all winter eeeks!!
Grace

Susan said...

Yeppers, that last photo is awesome and looks like Texas.

Rita said...

I'm learning what Texas looks like from you, so I'll take your word for it--LOL! ;)
I just love trees. Especially older, gnarly ones that have withstood the passage of time. :)

Ron said...

Being in your "own little world" is a good place to be! LOL

Tanya said...

that last one is winner winner chicken dinner!

Jan n Jer said...

Great shots...and the new words are now in my vocabulary book! LOL

bailey-road.com said...

Love the made-up words.
Your pictures make me want to move to Texas.

John Markowski said...

Hot damn, love that last pic too!

polkadotpeticoat said...

The middle ones remind me of our barns in MN.....how far are you from Houston?

parker said...

Looks like the pastures are beginning to green up in your part of Texas. Like that first pic with the white pipe fence with hog wire!

Liz said...

I'll go with Barnage & Fencery!!
Great shots... I love the colours in the last one. Almost looks like my photos of Aussie Barns out west :)

Sandy said...

Great shots and you are right about the last one. (o:

Mom of M&Ms said...

"They know me here" roflmao...hehehehheheheheh

great shots

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Hello... I just came over from "Blue Shell's" blog. Since I can not read Spanish, I don't know much happening on her blog. Other than her amazing photography.

Please will you let me know, what her sickness is? Then I could leave more meaningful comments, on her blog. She has left sweet comments on mine.

My email addy is on my Profile Page. Please and thank you...

Gentle hugs,
"Auntie"

"Seeing what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle."
~~George Orwell

Joop Zand said...

I like these lovely pictures Theresa.

Greetings, Joop

islandwonder said...

I can practically smell the grass and soil in the last one. Wonderful!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

And big beautiful sky!! Yup -- it's the LoneStar State alright.

Susan said...

I love your mangulation of words!!
The country is looking great.
Your new header is just beautiful - such a lovely collection of photos :D)

Montanagirl said...

Oh ya, that last one is my fave. Love the tree, and composition of the photo.

Karen said...

How about barnencery?

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

You are too funny, Theresa! "They know me here" makes me LOL! Great farm/barn scenes! That last shot is my favorite!

Pricilla said...

But is it perfect without an octagonal house?

Pam said...

Love that last shot. I have to head west more often.
:)

Rose said...

Oh, that tree in the last...sure caught my eye. I love it...

Sall's Country Life said...

AND look at that beautiful green grass! Enjoying your Texas scenery, my yard has filled in with snow just when I was thinking tulips?

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Oops. Looks like TexWisGirl forgot her meds this morning. (;^))

Ellie said...

I'm all for making up your own words - I think I may also be guilty of that lol.
I can see why you like your last shot.

Michael said...

the third one is the charm

Mama Zen said...

Gorgeous! Looks like home to me.

Sylvia K said...

Great shots for the day! It is good to see the green!!! I really love the last shot with the bare tree and what wonderful composition!! Hope your week is off to a good start! Hey, you put together your own dictionary!!

Sylvia

Farm Girl said...

Very nice. I enjoy seeing the scenery around Texas.

Charade said...

I'm favoring the last barn. I'd like to be inside it the next time it rains, hearing the drops on its tin roof - and probably dodging a few that fall through.

Nancy said...

I am glad you are happy...I too like to visit my own little world....It's fun there right?

i like you new header...Everyone is "springing" up their headers....so cool to look at all of them....

Millie said...

I like that first one. Nice and big and room for plenty of kids. It might be a bit drafty in the winter though.

Cat said...

I completely agree...that is Texas heaven! Beautiful capture. I love the naked branches of the tree.

Pat Tillett said...

Those are all nice, but I LOVE the last photo. Especially the amazing silhouette of that background tree on the left side. Wow! If you could just get a closer shot of that one...

Elizabeth Grimes said...

The trees do add the most gorgeous touch. Love your fancy schmancy made up words. :)

EG Wow said...

Looks lovely and green. Let's hope you have no drought this year.

laurak@forestwalkart said...

i gotta agree with you there...that last one is the coolest!!

Robin said...

T, great shots! Love that big old tree back in the pasture and the way you captured it!
Glad I'm in that own little world with you and you're in mine! I like them better than most of the alternative!

Eva Ason said...

I love your choice of words [hehe].
Nice photos, and it's very green - lovely!
Have a great day!

Eva

Dawn said...

That last capture is simply beautiful. I want to live there.
So green...and today I'm getting inches of white.

(And my kids aren't that tall...more like I'm short;)

Andrew said...

Texas... or at least your part of Texas is so like my little county... so flat.
We are surrounded by high ground and have a lovely sandstone ridge running north to south through the centre of the county which at 901sq miles is tiny compared to Texas.
But can boast that I know most of it quite well.. lol x
Have a lovely week.

dr momi said...

I have to agree that tree in your perfect picture is a neat one. We call that the lightning tree in the middle of the field. I liked "barnage and fencery" my self :-)

Southwest Arkie said...

I like the title- and your new header rocks- love the spring green border!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hello There, Since I've been away from blogging for a week, I have alot of catching up to do. We had a wonderful trip to Arkansas --but it's great to visit with my blog friends. Hope things are going well with you.

Great 'barnage' and 'fencery' photos, Theresa.
Hugs,
Betsy
Did you lose many followers due to the Word Verification? I lost at least one person that I know of --who won't take it off of her blog, and abruptly quit coming to my blog!!! Oh Well!!!

Ginger said...

Really lovin' that tree and your header too!! I need to change mine. Where did you find the template?

Bob Bushell said...

I don't mind, what the verbiage is, it all goes with your brilliant photos.

Giga said...

Drzewo ma ładny kształt i miło zobaczyć zieloną trawę. Pozdrawiam. *** The tree has a nice shape and nice to see green grass. Yours.

Julie G. said...

I'm especially fond of the third photograph. The tree shape is stunning. Love the green pasture, too. Beautiful!

CameraCruise said...

Great shots!
I love rusty, old barns too,
love the last photo!

Lisa RedWillow said...

So Very Gorgeous.

Dianne said...

lovely scenes!!
I like inventing combined words - so I'll call this beautiful FenBarnage

Beth said...

i love them all ... but i'm partial to the 3 photo. love the roof. (:

Denise said...

They know me in my own little world too ;) Great photos!

Fireblossom said...

Hey, I don't see any language scholars hiding under the bushes there; make up all the words ya want! :-)

Kim, USA said...

Beautiful barn!

Blue Charm

Nancy Claeys said...

Gosh, I can't get over how green the grass is!

Awesome barns, T. :)

Rohrerbot said...

The tree and barn are really interesting from the distance. Barbed wire....ouch! I love large trees....they make you ponder how old they are and how they've managed to stay free of being cut down. Nice to see these shots after coming back from boring meetings today.

Tammy said...

I LOVE the last photo as well! That tree is amazing!

Leontien said...

I agree very Texany!!!

And you can teach me all the (fake) English words you want, i still need to grow my vocabulary! hehe

Big hugs
Leontien

Larry Ostby said...

I like barnage and fencery myself. My spell check can't figure out barnage or fencery. Oh well, nice pics T.

Randy said...

Nice shots.

Michaele said...

I am just really loving the green. No green at all here yet. Oh, I take that back. There was a couple of new green blades of grass, but the guineas ate them both.

Evelyn S. said...

LOVE your title!!! It says everything. (I also love that fence...impressive structure that's pretty, as well.)

Gillian Olson said...

That last one has all the important elements alright. Beautiful.

Paula said...

Good lookin' rusty roofed barn and the tree to the left is no slacker either.

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

I like that last shot the best, although they're all nice.

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

You have so much sky --

I am now word verification free, thanks to you. Linked back to you.

Kerry said...

Barnery sounds good to me. Fenceage works too!

Desiree said...

You have a knack of finding beauty in everything!

Elaine said...

So right you are--that last scene is perfect! Nice work!

SquirrelQueen said...

I love the last one with the lonesome tree.

heyBJK said...

I really like the white fence in the first photo...I'm used to seeing black here all the time. And the tree in the last shot is too cool! I like it!

Stewart M said...

Hi there - just how many barns are there in your next of the woods!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Linda said...

Lovely shot - and your choice of words leaves no doubt what you were showing! I think you are very clever! Isn't is nice to go where everybody knows your name?

Chatty Crone said...

I love that flat land there - we have hills everywhere! They are nice - but sometimes it's good to see a distance. Sandie

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful!

Regards and best wishes

Nancy said...

I like the rusty roof and the tree, too. Nicely done.

pattisjarrett said...

Love the new words. You're welcome in my world, any time.

thirdhandart said...

Beautiful barn photos! Love the vivid green pasture in the last photo!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Yes, the last one is my favorite too. Love your made up words.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

I'm liking all 3, but the last is a fave! Plus, I'm thinkin the barnage & fencery... Very cool! =)

Thanks for joining, TWG! =)

Marie said...

Peaceful and pretty.

Marie said...

Ooops, hit publish too quick. I meant to thank you for your comment on my post!

Country Mouse Studio said...

Very beautiful, how nice to live in a place you love or love the place you live in ???

Tezzie said...

Oh, I looove that last photo! Great composition, and that lone tree to the left is so beautiful!

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

no, seriously....my fingers are getting sooooo tired

Rose said...

I love how everything always looks so neat and tidy!

Linnea said...

Looks like a productive piece of real estate! Thanks for stopping by at my barn. Enjoy the week.

Steve n Vickie said...

Very nice. Love it.

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