Saturday, March 3, 2012

Friday's Fences: Once upon a time fence



Lacking the wire that once made this fence complete... It's still a fence though, on a very old property in Victoria, Australia.

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Friday's Fences with Jan & Jer

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

a neat find. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

The fence is interesting with the posts still there but no wire. Great shots!

momto8 said...

again!!! things I never would have noticed....thank you!!

Gary said...

Great series!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

El rincón de Ceditas said...

Vaya allí donde tu estas ya es mañana,, aqui aun es día 2 de Marzo.. Preciosas fotos me encantan!!! Saludos desde Madrid.

heyBJK said...

I have to say this is a first for me. These are great shots without the actual fencing! I like it, Liz!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

It certainly has a different feel without the wire. And I like it!

Michael S-B said...

This is sooooo good!

Ross said...

After reading through some of my posts you do have a better understanding of CRPS Liz. When I was first diagnosed it all started in my left hand and forearm ater a simple surgery to remove a few cysts from my arm. When my arm and hand started to swell and turn colors we knew there was a problem.Then the chronic pain started along with all of that and all the symptoms came on full force. Sleep became an issue and now I'm lucky if I get a couple hours a night. I started to become sensitive to noise and couldn't handle large gatherings of people. There are a hole host of other symptoms as well. I went for almost two years before anyone could diagnose me, and ended up flying back to the city I was born and raised in, where my family still lives. Then I tore the tendons in my ankle and it traveled into that ankle. I've been dealing with this for six years and up until last year nobody knew who to send me to. Then finally one of my doctors sent me to Dr.K.Kumar here in my own city. He's a world renown neurosurgeon who developed the surgery that I had for control of the pain. The key in a of this is early detection and the earlier they can treat you, the better your chance of reversing some of the symptoms. They may not have a cure but you can get the disease to go into remission like cancer or lots of the others.If you want more info just email me with specifics and maybe I can answer some questions. It sounds like you have an amazing husband and your attitude is amazing as well. Sounds like we both have God behind us as well so push into that! Never stop looking for the answers you need until you find someone willing to help. I'll talk to you soon!

Janne said...

Hello! Nice pictures again ! Have a nice day !

CameraCruise said...

Great shots, love them!
Have a beautiful weekend.
Mette

Laura said...

I kind of like the simplicity of this wireless fence...something about weathered wood always makes me happy.

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