Unfriendly Fences

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Geesh.....can't even go fishing.  Ok, ok I get the point.

Seriously I understand why people post their land....sometimes you get one $%#@$%^^&*** that thinks he can do anything he wants on someone else's land and therefore one bad apple spoils it for everyone and the above signage is the result.
We need to respect other people's property.

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PerthDailyPhoto said…
Oh not grumpy Felicia, just unloved :)
No not grumpy. It is probably private for a very good reason.
TexWisGirl said…
i have 'no trespassing' and 'beware of dog' signs AND a locked gate at my entrance. have still had some folks climb over and walk down the driveway. grrr...

thanks for sharing the views!
Karen Schurr said…
Love those vanishing horizon points. I like the fence. Its a fence "with a past". Just like I'm a woman "with a past" LOL.

Beautiful countryside.
Linley S said…
That fence in the first pic won't keep too many out. The owner obviously wants to keep that great view for himself. The owner of the second one needs 3 signs to keep the public out.
Melissa said…
Looks like such an inviting road, in spite of the sign.
Sarah said…
Beautiful vista at the end of that "private" road. ;-)
Thanks for sharing.
DeniseinVA said…
Great photos Felicia, such pretty scenery beyond those fences and keep out signs. You're right, we need to respect other people's property. If they don't want us on their land good to be upfront about it.
Linda W. said…
Yep, it takes one person to spoil things for everyone... Maybe we need a new meme called "unfriendly fences"
Mascha said…
Possession is possession. Someone heard it - not to change. But often I also regret when suddenly an (new) owner makes fences around a piece of land where I went for a walk for decades. Happens here in Germany often ... sigh!
Your photos nevertheless beautiful, marking clouds in the sky..
Karen S. said…
Oh what a lovely view on your first photo! Very dreamy place! I like the idea of the not do neighborly fences!
We live in times when people do not respect other's property. Such as it is. Thank you for visiting my Abe Lincoln fence.
barbara l. hale said…
Good point and good photos!
eileeninmd said…
The views and the scenery are still lovely! A gorgeous sky too! Awesome shots!
Helma said…

Oops .... that does not sound very friendly.
I'm eht emt you agree that one should stay away. Other people's stuff
You did very nicely worded and beautifully portrayed.
Blackberry Lane said…
Some folks ruin everything for the honest folks!
HOOTIN ANNI said…
You're darned tootin'!!! One rotten apple spoils the whole bushel.

Thing is, I wouldn't want anyone on my private property either.
Amy said…
yes I bet I would be the same too if people get trapsing on my land too and not closing the gate, totally get that...
Karen said…
Pretty scenery along and at the end of that private road!
Gail Dixon said…
That first shot is spectacular! I understand the signs, sadly. Still doesn't spoil the beauty of the land or your shots.
Sheila said…
It is terribly sad that our society lacks respect for one another these days. Many people aren't teaching that to their children and therefore becoming more of a problem and so the cycle continues.
My hubby went fishing up in the mountains last week. Doesn't do it often anymore but tried to have a day to himself. He enjoys walking the streams and being out by himself once in a while. When he returned later that evening he was SO appalled at the way people have become. TRASH every where! He didn't catch any fish but he brought home 3 bags of trash, one back of cans and an attitude of disgust! Signs everywhere "pack it in, pack it out!" This was NOT on private property, on public lands and this isn't the first time he's been to that area finding it the same way!
Didn't mean to rant but I understand why the land owner has the signs.
Lovely photos as usual Felicia.
ellen b. said…
When you live in the boonies and are far away from your neighbors you have to protect yourself in other ways. Did you drive down that road? LOL...
Thanks for visiting my fence post...
I can see why some might want to trespass - it's very lovey scenery. But that doesn't make it okay to do so.

I love the rustic fences and gate that you found.

Thanks for your visit and comments on both my blogs. :)

Lindy
Stephanie said…
Too bad, it begs to a camera for a visit and capture shots. They are really great though the captures!
Happyone said…
That road makes me want to take a walk down it. : )
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
Nice shots. I can understand why people don't want others on their property.
Debbie said…
I did not always understand the idea of no trespassing and may have been a bad apple ;)

I have an over zealous personality and always think everyone is as open and friendly as I am!!

Still to bad you could not go for a stroll!!
Chandra said…
I would rather they post all the warnings than take some other action. The sky is so beautiful in these pictures. Nice shots, Felicia!
Peace :)
LOL, oh well, not everyone is as friendly as you are Felicia!
EG CameraGirl said…
I think some of these signs are up because if something happened to the trespasser they might sue the owner. But if the signs are there the owner can say their property was posted. I think some owners are protecting themselves from being sued.
Brian King said…
Can't say as I blame them. The first view is gorgeous!
Grandma C said…
I probably would be one to use the humorous approach.. "Your welcome to enter if our bull says it's ok."
I love the clouds in the first one.
Thank you for stopping by my blog you made my day!
Stewart M said…
Not an inviting sign at all! What secrets are they hiding at the end of the road!

Nice pictures - sad message.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
orchid Miyako said…
What a fantastic vista and sky with beautiful clouds ♡♡♡
One of my neighbors (bit far from my house) has no trespassing sign and we cannot think about the need around our area(^^;)

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs to from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
I undstand that you're angry about the fence, but i think, you are right with your theory ...

Have a nice weekend and thanks for stopping by all the time, dear Felicia!
FOREST SNAPPER said…
great set of photos, i hate keep out signs.


peter
Katrin Klink said…
Beautiful pictures - and I loved the 'grumpy' part!
CJ said…
Enjoyed this post. It does seem that some fences have personalities, doesn't it?

We live in a small town. Our driveway runs from the front street to the back, so people are always walking through. We politely ask them not to ---mainly because our driveway is old and the concrete is cracked, broken and irregular. If someone trips and falls......

I'd often like to enter someone's property to take photos of their flowers, cows, or a unique door, but I don't. I'm even reluctant to ask for permission if I see the owners.

You can find my fence photos here: http://proartz.blogspot.com/2014/07/good-fences-73114-foz-do-iguacu-brazil.html