Panoramic Fences

We're returning to the same place we were for last week's Frisky Fences.  I wanted to show you a wide angel image of the one side of the fence and how it follows the contours of the ground. 









 Here I walked right up to the rail and shot down the other way. 

Here is the group of horses and two burros that was in the field.  The one clear on the right side is the one that started running. 

Of course I'm linking with Theresa at Run a Round Ranch for 

Good Fences.  Make sure you stop over to see other great fences.

Comments

eileeninmd said…
What a lovely farm and house.. The view are gorgeous and I love the horses.. Wonderful series, have a happy day!
Michelle said…
Gorgeous scenery!
EG CameraGirl said…
I LOVE the light in these photos!
TexWisGirl said…
so pretty! love the ribbony fence!
Linda W. said…
So interesting how the fence dips to the contour of the land.
Primitive Stars said…
Morning Felicia, love the long twisty turning fence, looks wonderful, Blessings Francine.
Montanagirl said…
I'm back - company' gone, and I'm back to some R&R. LOVE those white, wavy fences. Nicely done!
ladyfi said…
Gorgeous scenery and shots!
Tanya Breese said…
it is such a beautiful place!
Phil Slade said…
A very contoured fence - it's brilliant the way it follows the landscape. Must have taken some building but I'm glad I don't have to paint and repair it every year.
Helga said…
A beautiful place! Great shots! Greetings Helga
Frank said…
Lovely perspective images of the rolling landscape.
Deanna said…
I love those long rambling fences...just enhances the countryside! Beautiful spot!
Sandra said…
this fence is just about as close to perfect as a fence can get. beautiful view of that ranch
DeniseinVA said…
Gorgeous scenery and pretty fences :) these lovely photos would look great in a frame on the wall.
Brian King said…
What gorgeous country! Love the white fences!
Blackberry Lane said…
Beautiful pictures.
Your white fences are much prettier than mine today! Love seeing the horses, too. You really feel like you're in God's country! Sweet hugs, Diane
Debby Ray said…
Oh I do love these white fences that just seem to go on forever. I was in the rural area surrounding Nashville over the weekend and saw fences like this in so many places...there's just something about the stark white contrast next to the bright green pasture...lovely, friend!
So stunning - the endless way and the green, green, green!
Thank's for stopping by, dear Felicia!
Have an nice day, Frauke
NatureFootstep said…
I like how that fence is following the ups and downs and curves of the ground.
RedPat said…
I love that rippling effect the fence has!
Wonderful stretches of fencing and I love the horses
Mersad said…
Those are amazing panoramic views. The fences are beautiful. Love their white color and how they push out visually from the rest of the surroundings.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography
Sally in WA said…
What an awesome and well-kept farm!
Rose said…
Wow, gorgeous fence shots. Just beautiful country in general, too.
Roan said…
Love the how the fence defines the rolling motion of the land.
Carola Bartz said…
I really like these photos. It's so nice to follow the fence.
Amy said…
looks very peaceful & quiet, lovely scenery!
Happyone said…
Nice perspective on the fences. They go on and on.
Karen said…
Beautiful scenery. Those fences seem to go on forever!
Stephanie said…
Beautiful scenery!
orchid Miyako said…
OMG, I enlarged your pictures and could have more vivid sense for the stretch of the fence♡♡♡ Oh, I wish I could see and touch the horse, Felicia :)

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Debbie said…
a rolling fence with those rolling hills!!

what a beautiful scene!!!
Gert said…
Awesome photos of fences.

Thanks so much.

Blessings,
Gert
bailey-road.com said…
What a gorgeous place! Great fence shot.
CJ said…
I love how long fences follow the dips and curves of the land.

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