Big Valley Fences ~ 21

Good evening friends. I'm a bit late doing my Good Fences post.  Sometimes life just doesn't slow down. 

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Going back to June and July of last summer for my images today.  Thanks for all the responses to my post last week. I'm glad you are not tired of seeing Big Valley Fences.  The valley does have some amazing scenery and I'm sure there is some I have missed.

So here are today's selection of GOOD FENCES.

 The mountains you see in the background are the beautiful Appalachians that run through the central part of Pennsylvania.










Linking with our hostess Theresa at 

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Make sure you stop over and visit Tex and others from around the globe to see more great fences. 

PS ~ I just wanted to again say a big Thank you to all my new followers and especially my older followers who have stuck with me.  THANK YOU.

Comments

Cloudia said…
Your work feeds my soul





ALOHA from Honolulu,
ComfortSpiral
=^..^=
TexWisGirl said…
the mix of red barns, white farm houses, blue mountains and green and gold pastures is just awesome!
Michelle said…
These are the type of pictures I really enjoy. Also, I like that farmhouse in the last photo!
Shug said…
Gorgeous farms...I'd love to visit there someday. Blessings.
Stephanie said…
Beautiful images, Felicia!
Primitive Stars said…
Evening Felicia, your beautiful farm scenery pictures make me want to live in the country so bad.Blessings Francine.
Indrani said…
Beautiful! So perfect for postcards!
Carletta said…
Beautifully captured farm land! Looks like an Amish buggy but the bright yellow color doesn't seem likely to me.
Linda W. said…
Nice rural scenes. I especially like the bright yellow buggy.
Paul said…
So refreshing to see pictures of large thriving farms and lush fields!

So often these days the pictures you see of farms are of old dilapidated buildings rusting equipment and overgrown fields...
Jim said…
Great place.
Monika + Bente said…
Beautiful!
So perfect for postcards!

Best regards - Monika
Ileana said…
beautiful views, as usually! :)
Christine said…
It's as if I'm standing g there too, Felicia! Beautiful scenery in every way and I love your pictures!
God bless!
Monika MW said…
Felicia, absolutely beautiful scenery.
Have a nice weekend.
Bob Bushell said…
Beautiful images you have shown us, the one with the wagon is superb.
eileeninmd said…
Happy Friday, Felicia! I love the red barns, countryside and the pretty views of the mountains.. Wonderful series of photos. Have a happy day and weekend ahead!
magnoliasntea said…
Great photos of a lovely and idyllic setting. Have a great weekend!
I want a yellow coach like that.

All beautiful shots.
The Furry Gnome said…
Always like seeing your pix of the beautiful landscape of Big Valley and it's barns!
Those are quite soothing pastoral scenes, Felicia.
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Tinna Sjoeberg said…
No, I don't get tired of looking at your pictures :-) Love the last one, looks like "home" to me.
Have a beautiful day!

Tinna ✐
HOOTIN ANNI said…
A perfect setting all the way around. Why, these images are magnificent....all picture post card worthy!!!!
Hi Felicia, Love these fences and the country side is beautiful. I could live there. Beautiful shots.
Have a great weekend.
;) CM
Gorgeous photos, Felicia, as always.
Amalia
xo
Boa tarde, excelentes captações das lindas paisagens com boa luz e cores, as fotos são perfeitas.
AG
Karen S. said…
Well worth the wait, and that bright beautiful yellow wagon- is so bold!
Debbie said…
what a beautiful place. i adore that buggy shot!!!!
Marleen said…
Wonderful photos!
Tom said…
I've been waiting for installment #21...outstanding. Tom The Backroads Traveller
DougPhoto2009 said…
The Amish fence is plain, but the buggy has a lot of flash. Thanks for sharing.
Annesphamily said…
I love the shares, they would be picture perfect postcards!Farm land is so beautiful and your fence fits in nicely. Have a great weekend.
I never tire of the countryside in your part of the world. Your buildings are so different to what I'm accustomed to seeing. Love that buggy!!
Beautiful Felicia and love the shot of that buggy!
We've been in Pennsylvania, but not your part of it and every time I visit here I wish we were still full-time RVers so we could plan a trip through there.
Bethany Carson said…
Enjoyed your captures of the beautiful farming country!