Thursday, December 18, 2014

Big Valley Fences ~ Part 5

These images were made just this fall. I had never driven on this road in Big Valley so Mom & I decided to explore. 

We drove past this really pretty farm and right at the end of the yard we found this.



Right away I'm thinking "hot dog, this is gonna be good".  I drove on down the road a bit, down there to where that yellow arrow is, parked the car and got out and went back to capture this. 








Of course I'm linking with Theresa at RUN AROUND RANCH 

You might as well stop over and visit her too.

52 comments:

Knipsa Passtscho said...

That's a real nice looking fence!
And I love the shadow of it on the street :)
About my beach chairs - in April or May they
will be put out again and then I'll make a photo
of them from the inside. Just wait :)
Have a wonderful day
【ツ】Knipsa

Ileana said...

I like the shadow lying on the street! Beautiful photos!

Margaret Adamson said...

Love this fence and also its shadow

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You were perfectly right.. That is a spectacular fence and you took spectacular photos of it!

EG CameraGirl said...

The shadows in each photo are great!

TexWisGirl said...

love the ribbony fence and shadow! very cool! thanks, felicia!

Jeevan said...

Wow! Superb captures and fascinating fence... the winding and curves makes it pretty to watch. Love the shadows

don said...

This is a wonderful farm building and fence shot. I like the movement in the fence as it sways back and forth. A very effective series.

Stickup Artist said...

Lovely crisp autumnal scene. And yes, I too was taken with the wavy fence and it's shadow. It really does draw one in for the ride!

Gosia k said...

your fences are usuallu made of wood but ours Europeans ones are made of metal . it is a difference

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Lovely. Lovely. Lovely. Lovely...

;O)

Revrunner said...

Excellent! :-)

Ame Amebadonna said...

Lovely photos and shadow :)

Linda W. said...

Lovely farm scene, and love the fence shadows on the road.

sonia a. mascaro said...

Bravo! Gorgeous photos!
Beautiful fence, beautiful farm and beautiful shadows of the fence on the road!

barbara l. hale said...

Fantastic! You found a real winner there. Great pics!

Debby Ray said...

Hot dog is right!

theflutteringleaf said...

Wonderful captures, the scenery is very pretty.

Melissa said...

Love that wavy shadowy!

Janey and Co. said...

What a wonderful find...and such quality photos! Janey

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pretty farm...great fence!
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Beatrice Euphemie said...

Oh my Goodness, Felicia - what a lovely scene! I just love every part of it, the farm, the fence, the shadow and the beautiful mountains. I'll bet you wanted to skip down that road! xo Karen

Karen S. said...

Your new journey down a new road was fun for me too!

eileeninmd said...

What a beautiful farm, I love the barn & silos! And the fence and shadow is a great capture. Wonderful post. Enjoy your evening!

Brian King said...

That is one gorgeous farm! Nice!

Kaya said...

How beautiful you can photograph fences! You have a nice perspective! Love this farm with a great red barn and nice silo!

Tom said...

How wonderful, the shadow make me dizzy. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Michelle said...

The curvy shadow of the fence makes for a great shot!

Gail said...

I can only dream of a fence so beautiful. Fantastic shadow play.

bj said...

HOLY COW...that shadow play is AWESOME...the photos are ALL awesome...beautiful scenery...lovin' it all.

bj said...

OOO, and I want snow like yours..could you tell me how to get it on my blog..?? Thanks ...

The Furry Gnome said...

Awesome pix Felicia! You got it all - lighting, colour, shadows, perspective - great!

LV said...

You did a marvelous job on capturing this gorgeous place. The way those shadows play around the road is just the greatest.

Stephanie said...

You did a lovely job capturing the fencing and that barn.

Dirk Rosin said...

great blog and pictures ;.)

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Felicia, I sure would love to travel that road with you too. Beautiful scernry along with the fence, neat shadow line.Blessings Francine.

Grandma C said...

Beautiful and I love how the shadows are crooked. I like your snowing blog too.

Cloudia said...

What a fun post. I love the crooked shadows too!

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Bethany Carson said...

Beautiful shots of a lovely fence!

Susan said...

Hi Felicia, I really love how you've captured those shadows from that pretty fence. Great shots :D)

A View From A Brown Dog said...

What a great find! OMGosh and so perfect for T's fence theme. This farm looks like it should be in a story book. Love it!

Carola Bartz said...

How fabulous!! I love the shadow of the fence - so pretty!

Bob Scotney said...

The wavy shadow makes these shots so much more fascinating.

Inger said...

What a great capture! Isn't it fun to drive down a road and not know what you may see and then come upon something as perfect as this. Even the time of day to create those shadows.

Black Jack's Carol said...

Honestly, these are just spectacular. The wavy shadow lines, the warm hues, the sense that I could just jump on my bike and ride down that road :)

Debbie said...

really beautiful image, there are so many pretty things to look at!! the wavy shadows are so cool and who doesn't love a red barn?!?!

NatureFootstep said...

both the fence, shadows and the tree is cool. How fun to get so much in one shot :)

Jocee said...

That is an impressive fence, and the shadow looks great along the road.

Helma said...

Great to see and also very impressive. The gates indeed fit very nicely with the series of fences Theresa:-)

orvokki said...

What a very nice shadows. Like a lot.

Cattails said...

Spectacular images, Felicia. You are very talented.
Merry Christmas.

pattisjarrett said...

What a beautiful place on a perfectly lit day. Glad you took the time (and found a safe place) to stop.