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This was an interesting ranch by the road south of San Lorenzo, New Mexico. Most of the fences were made from pipes. And this cattle ramp was made from stone with pipe rails. I’ve never seen a stone one – … Continue reading
An old fence near the Trinity Site in New Mexico. I’m adding it to Friday Fences.
Remember to recycle! Adding it to Friday Fences.
I took these a few years ago. Not sure if the fence is still there! I’ll link to Friday Fences.
Another photo from near Ramah, New Mexico. Linking to Friday Fences.
I’m guessing it was after dark and this gate wasn’t visible to a driver for whatever reasons! It goes right to Friday Fences!
Linking with Friday Fences
Just a few shots from a long weekend in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. I’ll link with Friday Fences.
Wild Sheep Mesa near Ramah, New Mexico really cannot be fenced – the strands of barbed wired at its base struggle to survive. When rainwater drains off the sandstone face, there is so much water that moats appear around the … Continue reading
Near Ramah, New Mexico, I saw this wonderful corral and shed nestled up to a sandstone cliff. A plethora for Friday Fences.
A short road trip to northwest New Mexico felt like a long way from home. A bit higher elevation and therefore, a bit cooler. On a visit to friends of friends, I saw the most beautiful backyard ever. This is … Continue reading
A tree laden with turkey vultures near the Gila Cliff Dwellings, New Mexico. I try to have my Friday Fences photos feature the fence, but this one is really about the buzzards.
This is a rather feeble barbed wire fence. You can see one of the posts (or spreaders) is broken off near the ground, but the wire is still taut, so something holds it up. But for me, the real fence … Continue reading
I risked a ticket on I-8 to get this shot, but had to have it for Friday Fences! The folks in charge of the highways try to fence the roads, but at the Imperial Dunes in the southeast corner of … Continue reading
Another shot from the trip to Globe, Arizona, an old mining town. I’m taking Kim Klassen’s Beyond Layers class where I learn to use more of PhotoShop Elements. So this started as last week’s lesson and I just kept going. … Continue reading
A simple fence and older windmill south of Tucumcari, New Mexico. And I’ll link to Friday Fences so you can see more fence photos.