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Monticello Box Fence
In my youth of western movies, a box canyon was one with just one way out. I think they’ve changed that. This is Monticello Box which is a narrow canyon with a county road and Alamosa Creek running through it … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged alamosa creek, close gate, fence, friday fences, monticello box, New Mexico, photography 22 Comments
Some friends and I hiked to Raab Park in the Gila National Forest. It’s about a 3 1/2 mile hike in with some steep rocky slopes to get there, but it’s beautiful country. Most folks probably go to see the … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged corral, fence, friday fences, juniper, New Mexico, raab park, rail fence 15 Comments
Stone Corner Post
I saw this stone corner post near Globe, Arizona last month. The rocks are enclosed in a wire cylinder. Great use for all the rocks found on the land! It does look like rough land to fence. I’ll add this … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged arizona, corner post, fence, friday fences, rural, stone 12 Comments
Beware of Dog
A dog I saw in Globe, Arizona. I was not afraid. This will fit in both Friday Fences and Camera Critters.
Posted in Photography Tagged beware, camera critters, dog, friday fences, golden lab 30 Comments
Flowers and Fences
Arizona in Spring – wonderful wildflowers this year. And they certainly perk up this cinnamon colored fence! I’ll put this in Friday Fences – I’ve missed being a part of that group.
Posted in Photography Tagged arizona, barbed wire, fence, friday fences, spring, wildflower 13 Comments
Border Fence between Old and New Mexico
This fence saddens me, but I’m still entering it in Friday Fences.
Posted in Photography Tagged border, fence, friday fences, Mexico, New Mexico 17 Comments
Tuscarora Bottle Fence
I found this delightful fence decorated with bottle necks in Tuscarora, Nevada. This very small town used to house miners, now it is home mostly to artists. Linking to Friday Fences.
Posted in Photography Tagged bottle neck, fence, friday fences, Nevada, Tuscarora 14 Comments
Chain Link Snow
This is part of the usually unattractive chain link fence on one side of my house. The snow last winter certainly improved it. Linking to Friday Fences.
Posted in Photography Tagged chain link, friday fences, snow, winter 15 Comments
Church Rock near Gallup, New Mexico
Wire fence in Red Rock State Park. Linked to Friday Fences a little late.
Posted in Photography Tagged fence, friday fences, Gallup, New Mexico, red rock 12 Comments
This is a very new cattleguard and perhaps the sturdiest I have ever seen. Most in this part of the country are very old, often filled with blowing soil, uneven, and probably not too efficient. This one will be around … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged cattleguard, desert, friday fences 6 Comments
Burnt Fence Post
Once a large post, now it’s more sculptural than functional. Yellowing cottonwoods along the Rio Grande can be seen in the background. Linking with Friday Fences.
Posted in Photography Tagged burnt post, fence, friday fences, rural 18 Comments
I came across this fence hiking on Turtleback Mountain. Once it kept cattle in – there’s a cattle guard on the road near the river, but now it’s frail. The wood posts have weathered; the wire is rusty; and in … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged barb wire, desert, friday fences, New Mexico, Turtleback Mountain 14 Comments
This was taken in Spring on the road to Winston, NM. I like the solid look of this fence. I did make this into a card. Haven’t found an appropriate occasion or verse for it yet. Any ideas? I’m … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged corral, fence, friday fences, New Mexico, old wood 10 Comments
Kansas Rock Fence Posts
Driving south through Kansas – near the geographical center of the 48 states, I saw these fence posts made from rock. You use what you have. Many homes and buildings in the towns were made from this same kind of … Continue reading
Posted in Photography Tagged fence post, friday fences, kansas, rock, stone 13 Comments