Big Valley Fences ~ Part 16

Good morning friends.  Oh but I miss you guys. I sure hope when I get in a regular routine I can get around to visit you all some. I may be able to today a little bit.

I am finally catching on to the routines at work but are my feet and back killing me. Not used to being on my feet for most of an 8 hour shift. I think I am slowly adjusting though.

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Two more Big Valley winter scenes and two autumn scenes. 








I really do like the winter scenes a bit better because I like to see all the nooks and crannies on the mountains and you can't see them when the leaves are on the trees.

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Comments

TexWisGirl said…
just beautiful! i do like the sprinkled blue mountains! :) thanks, felicia! hang tough!
The first one could be used as a wide border pattern on a white skirt. Very pretty :)
And the fence detail is just precios :))
Hang in girl, I'm sure you'll get used to it :)
Have a beautiful day!
【ツ】Knipsa

Monika MW said…
Beautiful colors and pictures.
have a grat day Felicia.
carolann said…
All pictures pretty. May you be feeling much better each day.
Pamela Gordon said…
Oh Felicia, it must be difficult to get back into the groove of working and especially being on your feet so long. I love the first photo. It looks like a calendar page or painting. Do take care of yourself and blessings to you. Pam
Stephanie said…
Spectacular photos, Felicia! Love to visit your area. Got some great fences too!
Marco Luijken said…
Hello,
Very wonderful images. Great with the snow.
Take it easy and hopefully you are quickly restored. Good luck!!

Many greetings,
Marco
Breathtaking said…
Beautiful country scenes Felicia, and I do like the close up wire shot. I hope you soon settle down into a comfortable routine in your job.
All the best.
Debby Ray said…
Love these gorgeous country scenes whether they are covered with snow or grass! Lovely rust too :) As more time goes by, I am sure you will get used to your new routine...rest when you can!!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, The mountains with the snow is just beautiful. A lovely scene! Your photos are always a treat.. have a happy day and weekend ahead!
Linda R said…
These Photos are so amazing.. You are right that winter scene is beautiful. But I also love all the green in the other photo..

Hugs~
Beautiful mountain scenery and fences doing what fences are supposed to do and looking great whilst doing it. I'm pretty sure I already told you how I admire you for blogging while holding down a full time job.
Those paintings are beautiful. Like the last photo, too ;O)
Lovely blue mountains. I'm glad you are adjusting to your new schedule. I don't think I could handle staying on my feet for any great length of time. Enjoy your weekend- (I hope you don't have to work it!)
Karen S. said…
We can wait, as long as you keep gifting us with such lovely views!
Bill said…
These are wonderful--- the first one's my fave!
Linda W. said…
I like your winter scenes the best too. Glad to hear your job is going well.
Nancy said…
Your shots are so beautiful.....You just take your time and get adjusted. We'll be looking forward to more of your gorgeous shots when you are ready....
Ida said…
So happy you are able to post still. I bet it's hard to adjust to being on your feet that long. I don't think I could handle it.

Love all your shots here today. I'm not a "winter" person but I do see the beauty in these shots. That last one was really cool too. I love seeing fences up close like that.
Ruth Kelly said…
Your winter scenes are beautiful. I would not have guessed PA but I've never been in your state either.
A Quiet Corner said…
These are so beautiful...postcards, Christmas cards??...:)JP
Primitive Stars said…
Afternoon Felicia, oh I agree about the winter scenes, breathtaking. Those mountains in the background are so. Beautiful, love them.Blessings Francine.
Gosia k said…
I love your winter landscape but prefer my Polish spring now,.
Brian King said…
Those are gorgeous! Fantastic colors!
Lovely shots Felicia, love the hook on the fence! Take care of your back my friend, you definitely don't want to injure it.
Lois said…
Very pretty scenes! I always love seeing silos.
Marie said…
Fantastic scenery! The first one would make a great painting! Hope your back pain eases up as you get more used to the new job.
Michelle said…
Beautiful, rural scenes!
The Furry Gnome said…
Very nice scenes, and great pix. Hope you can adapt to the new work successfully!
What Karen Sees said…
I think the first is my favorite. I like the contrast between the white snowy scene and the golden remnants of the fall harvest.
Cheryl @ TFD said…
O, I feel for you having to be on your feet so long! Hope it gets better. Your photos are wonderful. I can't decide if the first or second is my favorite!
Paul said…
Really nice group of pictures, that first picture would be perfect for a calendar page as one other poster already pointed out.

For me a really good (expensive) pair of shoes made all the difference when several years ago I found myself doing a job that required me to be on my feet for many hours each day!
Chandra Eswaran said…
Hi Felicia,
You done it again - beautiful scenes. The winter ones look very cold, so stay warm :)
I like the fence shot with the Bolt Snap Hook. By the way, I had no clue what these hooks were called - I looked it up tonight :)

Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)
Montanagirl said…
I soooo admire your photography - it's almost as good as eating chocolate! :)
I especially love the last close up shot.
Indrani said…
These will make wonderful greeting cards! beautiful scenery all around.
John's Island said…
Hi Felicia, I really, really like those comparison photos. Well done and so interesting. Have a fine weekend. John
Bethany Carson said…
Excellent shots, Felicia. I like the effect that last row of corn the combine must have missed adds to the first photo.
Rose said…
Oh, my! Beautiful, beautiful shots! I always enjoy your photography so much.
Jayne said…
Great photos!!
I don't know how you do it! All these beautiful photos and a fulltime job. I'm so glad you find time to share your photos of that beautiful place where you live. I love the close of the rusty wire!
pattisjarrett said…
These are so pretty! I really like what you've done with the first one.
Tom said…
As always Felicia a wonderful collection, Tom The Backroads Reaveller
Gorgeous shots Felicia. You live with pure beauty. Hope your work routine gets better.
Have a great rest of the weekend.
Hugs, CM

Phil Slade said…
Hi Felicia. Do you know that top picture would make a great Christmas card? It is just brilliant with those contrasting colours and textures.
Debbie said…
these images are picture perfect!! i don't know what you do to them but keep on doing it, they are spectacular!!!!

they would make a beautiful grouping, on a focal wall!!!!
NatureFootstep said…
fences are great for outlining the land :)