Big Valley Fences ~ Part 4


My fence pics are a mixture of images made mostly in June, July and October of this year.  Once in awhile there could be some thrown in from the archives.  

I found some more "rearview mirror" fence images.

This lady actually turned around on the buggy seat and was looking out the back "window" at me.  I think she may actually have seen the reflection of the camera in my mirror cuz boy she turned around again real fast.  :>)

 I knew this lady was behind me but I was dilly bopping along looking for pics and didn't realize she was that close to me.  Have you ever heard a horse breathing down your neck...lol.  There was also one gaining on me back on the hill.  I stepped on the gas a bit and then captured the next image. 

Phew a little more room between us. 
The other buggy is down off the hill and gaining on the first one. 

This is one from the archives. I don't often title my images but if I ever tried to sell this one I would call it "Going Home".  This is the same lane that was featured in my Amish Milk Can post found HERE. The angle is a bit different.


This one just has some great fences in it.

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Comments

EG CameraGirl said…
Really nice shots of country life...and fences.
PerthDailyPhoto said…
Beautiful series of images Felicia and no, as much as I love horses they scare me a little, so big :) so the thought of one breathing down my neck isn't appealing :)
ladyfi said…
Gorgeous shots and scenery. Unfortunately for us Wordpress users, we still have to enter the words or the comment won't publish.
Oh my gosh your area is so unique and beautiful. Love it. I like your new holiday wallpaper" too, although I thought I was in the wrong place at first because the woven one was missing! I loved that look too.
TexWisGirl said…
i do love the 'going home' one. just a beautiful area. :)
Ileana said…
Beautiful , beautiful pictures! Your area is very nice! :)
great to see the ladies driving the buggies along the fenced roads.
Cloudia said…
Nice country carriage shots, F


ALOHA from Honolulu
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Pamela Gordon said…
These are all beautiful fence photos along with the buggies and farms. It's refreshing to see the greens of summer too. Beautiful!
don said…
These are fine action shots of the Amish buggies. The result of your shooting is a fine collection of images. The lane pictures are very good and have great fences.
Hi Felicia, wonderful buggy shots :)
I just love seeing a bit of a very different life style.
The first one is just perfect :)
Oh, and the fences are pretty, too :))
Have a fine day
【ツ】Knipsa

Karen S. said…
Ah yes, big smiles to your summer of June, and how lovely it was................!
carolann said…
Well you sold me last time on your mirror pictures so I am back.

Your a pro now at it.
Terri Buster said…
You sure do live in a beautiful area.
Debby Ray said…
Fantastic photos...one and all!
Barb said…
Such rural beauty still surrounds you.
Brian King said…
Great photos! Those last two are my favorites! Beautiful area!
Gosia k said…
I love photos with Amish great..
DeniseinVA said…
To see these photos it would be like stepping back in time to see a horse and buggy clippety-clopping down the road. Great photos Felia!
eileeninmd said…
The amish buggies are neat.. I always worry when I see them on the road near cars.. I love the last scene, well done! Enjoy your evening!
Primitive Stars said…
Beautiful countryside, such a interesting life the Amish lead. Thanks for sharing, Francine.
Melissa said…
So many buggies! Where were these taken?
Stephanie said…
Beautiful landscape and love your rearview images. The last scene is a wonderful shot!
Loving your 'rear view' photographs, how inventive is that!
Lois said…
You really got some good photos in the rear view mirror! I like them all.
LV said…
I think the Amish are so neat and enjoy seeing all photos. Would love to visit one of the areas they live in.
Michelle said…
I love this kind of traffic.
Pretty scenery! I can't believe that horse was tailgating you! And the last pictures really is beautiful, good title.
I love your photos. Have to tear my eyes away from the buggies to look at the fences! I had a bit smile at the second and third shots with the two buggies behind you. That would be a bit embarrassing to be overtaken by a horse and buggy, wouldn't it?
Valerie said…
Wonderful, atmospheric captures - inviting one to slow down the pace of life.
NatureFootstep said…
honestly, I don´t understand those people. But it is a beautiful countryside.
Gert said…
Wow! You capture the neatest photos! Really pretty and unique! Love the Amish.
I always enjoy images from Amish country. Lovely series!

Thanks for stopping by to comment on my fences and gate.

Lindy
I enjoy riding my motorcycle through the Lancaster, PA area, where there are a large number of Amish. I admire the simplicity of their lives and the beauty of their farms.
Ida said…
Well done. I liked them all. Really shows Amish country life quite well.