Thursday, November 15, 2012

Bucolic

I loved this rustic fence
 and the bucolic view behind it.
Linking to Rural Thursday
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111 comments:

Carole M. said...

Love your rural scenes...

Catherine said...

Lovely! I remember helping put up fence wire when I went to my grandpa's farm! Ouch!
xo Catherine

Deb said...

Love it Tex.... Very Texas

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

as a kid ...i would help my Dad mend the fences around our yard. we had a small back yard but it was such fun. great exercise. love the views. (:

Jacquelineand.... said...

I love the glimpse of green. *sigh* It's going to be a while before I see it in person again.

Peggy said...

That just speaks of peace and contentment.

Dianna said...

Oh, I love it too! Cute little fence!

Sandra said...

the green vines on the fence make this one 'special' love it

Comment1 said...

The fence looks so flimsy! I'm sure it hurts though.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I love the vines wrapping themselves around the fence... =)

ladyfi said...

So lovely and peaceful.

Maple Lane said...

So very pretty.

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, love it, sweet fence and vines wrapping itself among it.....Blessings Francine.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a cute little fence!

Kathy said...

Very serene.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

I am early, can you believe it...I cannot, but yeah, and oh I do love that rustic fence too. I saw a lot of really neat fences when we traveled...should have taken more images of them though. Happy day to you my friend~

Pom Pom said...

So English! I like twiggy fences.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Theresa,
That blends in with its beautiful environment.
Hugs to you,
Mariette

DJan said...

I had to go look up the word "bucolic" to see if it fits, and it sure does! VERY bucolic! :-)

Candy C. said...

It reminds me of a LOT of the fences around here, only yours is in better shape! Love the climbing vines and the beautiful farm scene! :)

Madge Bloom said...

Love that too, it it Morning Glories running up the fence?? xo

Darcie (My Modern Country) said...

Love the vines!

georgettesullins said...

I love that word and I love that first picture--yes, bucolic!

Judy @ daily yarns said...

It feels like I'm standing right there looking over the fence.

val's alentejo blogspot.com said...

I like the idea of the creeper on the fences.. might try that.
great photos
val

Molly The Wally said...

That rustic fence made us think of England. Have a terrific Thursday.
Best wishes Molly

grammie g said...

Hi Teresa...Love the vines climbing on the fence....and the contented scenery in the background!!
Grace

Nancy Claeys said...

What a great find T. I imagine alot of work and love went into this fence.

PS -- so much for not changing my header. Lol.

S. J. Qualls said...

Good Morning - really! Shocking I'm sure.

Lovely fence, calming views.

Buttons said...

Oh I like it too Tex. B

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Agreed - that is a great rustic fence!

Muffy's Marks said...

Love today's photos.

nic.b van es said...

ja vooral als de begroeing wat meer aanzet,het uitzicht is adembenemend mooi.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh yes I love your Photos of the rustic fences and the greenery and the scenery.

Beauty,beauty.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I love the fence and the peaceful scene behind it! You could link it to Green Day too.

MTWaggin said...

I agree that fence is cool!

nene said...

Gives me an idea of what type of fence we can place around our yard to keep our wild attack dogs from 'running around' and attacking unsuspecting walkers runners and bikers. Ok, maybe they're not attack dogs, or even wild, they're thirteen and fourteen pounds respectively, female and male miniature poodles.
But, sometimes they think they're wild attack dogs because they fear no larger dog or vicious lQQking neighbors.

Anyway, your rustic fence is nice.

I echo everyone's comments of how we appreciate you taking us into an imagery otherwise not of our world.

Gracias, mi amiga

Łucja-Maria said...

Wonderful, very nice photos!!!!
Regards

Tricia Hays said...

Ok, now, how'd they get the vines to grow up each post like that? that's so pretty! and, ya gotta post that for Barn Charm, ms lady! =)

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Must be a fairly new fence for in time those vines will have completely engulfed it, no?

Daryl said...

indeed it is ... so relaxing ...

Margie said...

Pretty pretty T!

Gail said...

Absolutely beautiful. I have a fondest for those small posts. Dad used to keep every one he could find to weave through the fences or use as a walking stick. He called them his crudgels.

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely scenes.

Farm Girl said...

My Dad's place has those kind of fences. What is that wood called something like iron wood or something? He said it gets harder and harder with age.
Very nice recipe by the way. Such yummy looking dumplings. :)

Rose said...

Wonderful fence...

Karen said...

Love the shots, love the word!

don said...

Two strong pictures for Fence Friday! I like how the vines are decorating the first fence making it very attractive.

Linda said...

Are those fenceposts just wooden sticks? Interesting. As is the "bu-cow-lic" view behind the fence. :)

Sylvia K said...

Bu-cow-lic indeed! I bet the cows think so, too.

islandwonder said...

It looks so green there. Lovely!!!

Pam :) said...

Someone was very creative with this fence. I cant wait to see it when the vines cover it.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

I love it, too! Reminds me of my grandparents' fence. They used tree limbs for most of the posts.

Giga said...

Dla mnie mógłby być bardziej obrośnięty zielnymi liśćmi. Pozdrawiam.
For me it would be more herbaceous hairy leaves. Yours.

Patty Woodland said...

I love the ivy growing all over the fence

Margaret said...

The top photo is so charming in its simplicity. Ordinary barbed wire graced with green curling vines. Nice eye :)

Janey and Co. said...

I can certainly see why.....

Icy BC said...

It is pretty with those vine growing!

Laura. M said...

It's all very green :))
Have a good weekend.
a kiss

DeniseinVA said...

I like how the vines are growing up it too. Lovely rural scenes, very peaceful and relaxing.

I also wanted to thank you for stopping by and leaving such sweet comments on the tribute to my Dad, and to let you know that I have had to put my comment moderation on. A first for me but I have had such an overflowing amount of spam, horrendously so. The moderation has helped keep it in check but I have accidentally deleted a couple of blogging friends' comments :( Hopefully I will not do that again. Have a great weekend!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

It is a beautiful scene Tex. What is it about ruralness that gives some such a sense of peace. I don't know where I would be without it. Nice post for this November Thursday!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Bucolic is the perfect adjective. I love that fence.

Bob Bushell said...

Nice fence, it must have learnt so many things, watching and listening..............

Michaele said...

Very cool fence. Now I am off to look up that word : )

troutbirder said...

Mmmm. Did I happen to introduce this word into the blogging lexicon recently? You did good with it though. Some Texas longhorns though might have overstepped the bounds of "bucolic." :)

Randy said...

It's nice with the vines on it.

Tanya said...

i like it too!

Ms. A said...

I don't think I've ever seen a fence with such tiny posts. I like it!

Andrew said...

It's great to see all your different fences... hedges are still quite common near to me.. I should share them.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love the fence, I love the view, I love the word bucolic (and it is!).

Brian King said...

Beautiful scene! Next time try to dumb it down for people like me. If you used something like countrified I wouldn't have to look it up! :-)

Fjällripan said...

I like the greens growing on the fence! :)

Black Jack's Carol said...

You're right. it is breathtakingly peaceful. Is that possible? : )

Red said...

Not only do I like the rustic fence but also the vines growing on the fence.

DIMI said...

What a cute little fence!Great shots!
Dimi..

SweetMarie said...

Such a cute fence! blends in with nature. :) Pretty!

Saun said...

Nice shots!!!

Saun said...

Love it!!!!

Deanna said...

When vines grow on wire fences it brings charm, no wonder you love this fence.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

That second pic is very nice indeed-enjoy:@)

Lynne said...

Love the first photo with the green vine climping up the wire. Very nice . . .

Bev said...

Love them...so pretty!!

eileeninmd said...

I love any scene with horses, great capture. Have a wonderful weekend!

Jeanne said...

Yes... I love that fence too! It reminds me of the fences the old granpa's used to put around their gardens in the city.

Robin said...

T, I love the way the vines are growing up each post! Very pretty setting!

parker said...

Nice tight fence. They must have raised goats at one time. Would make a good fence to plant grapes along!

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Theresa, Quite pretty. I sure enjoy looking across gardens and pastures. Have a wonderful Friday tomorrow!

Michelle said...

I like that peek through the trees!

Tammy said...

That is a really unique looking fence! The vines give it even more character:) Great views behind the fence!

edenhills said...

That is beautiful!

Cloudia said...

Bean Pole Beauty! I like it a lot



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Chatty Crone said...

I love it. sandie

Betsy Adams said...

Hi Theresa, I love seeing rustic fences also... Great photos.
Hugs,
Betsy

Indrani Ghose said...

Fantastic find framed well.

Rohrerbot said...

So green. Just don't get stuck on the fence:)

Jeevan said...

Simply and neat fencing! Good capture too

Monika B. said...

Wonderful and beautiful photografes. Monika B.

Steve Gravano said...

I love the way the vines make it their own. Great job with the composition on the second photo.

orchid said...

Dearest Theresa,
I never knew the word of " "bucolic", haha. I loved the ivy around them lovely green for the fence..

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Paula said...

That IS beautiful.... I love those old fencerows!

petspeopleandlife said...

Second second scene is very pretty. Nice composure with the over hanging tree limbs.

Susan said...

Oh I just love these! Very, very pretty.

Judy said...

That is a beautiful fence!! It looks as though someone is trying to start vines along it, so I bet it will look even better in another couple of years!

Ellie said...

This is lovely - I really like the greenery climbing on the fence. :)

bon bon said...

love the creepers. :)

Jan n Jer said...

I love the first shot!

ReBelle said...

Some mystery in these shots.

Ramona said...

What fantastic shots. What difference which side of the fence you are on makes.

Marie said...

Great Fridays Fence...I didn't participate this weekend. Was having an issue Thursday night, and by the time I could have posted something Friday it was getting on past reasonable time (don't forget I'm two hours earlier than the east coast...WAS three hours earlier before the time change!) and I decided to wait. I'll be there next week!

pattisjarrett said...

Can't beat that--a cool fence and a great view beyond.

Rita said...

I love the vines on the fence. That is what really makes it looks so peaceful. :)

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