Thursday, January 12, 2012

Friday's Fences

I took this photo back in October on the weekend trip Hubs and I took and forgot I had so I'm posting it today for Friday's Fences. The sky was somewhat washed out so I added a texture. The little white 'sticks' you can barely make out on the back mountain are wind turbines.
This scene would be altogether different today. As I type this it is pouring snow and we are expecting
two to four inches. It will be our first substantial snowfall of the season.
(click to enlarge for best view)
Linking to Friday's Fences.

21 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Carletta, Great picture of Friday's Fences.... Love those West Virginia photos....

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I'm glad you remembered this picture and posted it today. You're making me want to get back to West Virginia again.

Bridget Larsen said...

Even when I enlarged the photo I could not see the wind turbine, you must have good eyes lol. Love the old fence posts

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

Very nice scenery! The forest is starting to take the beautiful autumn colors and when I enlarge I can see the wind turbines;o)

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Beth said...

look at those colors. wow. i love fall. lovely scenery. (:

EG Wow said...

The texture works well with this photo, Carletta.

You may have more snow than we have here in Canada. The weather has been weird.

Jan n Jer said...

Nice rustic fence...great view too!

TexWisGirl said...

so very nice!

Faye said...

I appreciate these "softer" views as a break from a lot of vividness in photos. I, for one, get carried away sometimes with the "vivid" setting on my camera. Does this fence run along the crest of a mountain or hill?

Sandra said...

beautiful view behind that fence.

Kim, USA said...

Picturesque!

Friday Fences

Jientje said...

I LOVE that photo, it looks so peaceful there! No snow here in Belgium!

Lynnie said...

Thanks for stopping over at my blog! Yes, I too had a childhood centered around my grand parents who kept chickens.

Your image that you captured here is just beautiful! Thanks for sharing. It makes me want to jump in the car and take a countryside drive!

Neal said...

Those look like locust posts. When we were kids we would cut locust trees to make post. They last for a long time without rotting.

Carole Meisenhelter said...

a lovely view for Friday's Fences. Don't envy you the snow, though I love to see photos from afar

Rose said...

I would love to see that view now...it is beautiful as is, but just simply would like to be home in the hills one more time when it snows.

Dianne said...

I love the split wood posts

Mama Zen said...

Superb capture!

SportyMummy said...

I love the beautiful soft colours in your photo...hope you are enjoying the snow!

diane b said...

The worn timber and barbed wire give this fence character and goes well with the scene captured between the posts. I like the little bit of red peeping through the grass.

Beyond My Garden said...

Carletta, I'm glad you found this photo. Are you near Thomas?
nellie