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Dec 1, 2020 16:09:35   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
They are quite historical and also denote the limits of whatever. If the gates are open c'mon in, if not well maybe the owners prefer privacy.

In my first posting it is based on history and culture and they could be an icône for in this Province, not sure. Anyway in the late autumn the cowswould be hered back into the barns and the farmer would take down the fence, leaving th posts and this was to protect them from winter weathr. Come spring, back up they go and out come the cows for the summer. Now these fences are made from cedar trees and have a life expectancy of up to a hundred years.

Now I am also working on a Challenge for January, ''Subjects with Changes''. I mention it now because if you are interested and have spare time, it could be fun. Take subject and shoot in different weather, different lighting, different angles or whatever else you might care to do, but keeping the main subject always there. If you have any questions, PM me.

Have fun


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Dec 1, 2020 16:18:53   #
Photogirl17 Loc: Glenwood, Ark.
 
Roadrunner wrote:
They are quite historical and also denote the limits of whatever. If the gates are open c'mon in, if not well maybe the owners prefer privacy.

In my first posting it is based on history and culture and they could be an icône for in this Province, not sure. Anyway in the late autumn the cowswould be hered back into the barns and the farmer would take down the fence, leaving th posts and this was to protect them from winter weathr. Come spring, back up they go and out come the cows for the summer. Now these fences are made from cedar trees and have a life expectancy of up to a hundred years.

Now I am also working on a Challenge for January, ''Subjects with Changes''. I mention it now because if you are interested and have spare time, it could be fun. Take subject and shoot in different weather, different lighting, different angles or whatever else you might care to do, but keeping the main subject always there. If you have any questions, PM me.

Have fun
They are quite historical and also denote the limi... (show quote)


Great start off Jim..Thanks for Hosting.

Dec 1, 2020 16:20:26   #
Fotoartist Loc: Detroit, Michigan
 
Roadrunner wrote:
They are quite historical and also denote the limits of whatever. If the gates are open c'mon in, if not well maybe the owners prefer privacy.

In my first posting it is based on history and culture and they could be an icône for in this Province, not sure. Anyway in the late autumn the cowswould be hered back into the barns and the farmer would take down the fence, leaving th posts and this was to protect them from winter weathr. Come spring, back up they go and out come the cows for the summer. Now these fences are made from cedar trees and have a life expectancy of up to a hundred years.

Now I am also working on a Challenge for January, ''Subjects with Changes''. I mention it now because if you are interested and have spare time, it could be fun. Take subject and shoot in different weather, different lighting, different angles or whatever else you might care to do, but keeping the main subject always there. If you have any questions, PM me.

Have fun
They are quite historical and also denote the limi... (show quote)





 
 
Dec 1, 2020 16:31:45   #
Photogirl17 Loc: Glenwood, Ark.
 
Like em both Foto..pg. 1

Dec 1, 2020 16:36:55   #
judy juul Loc: Cheshire, Ct.
 
Very nice group Foto!

Dec 1, 2020 16:37:28   #
Jimyo65 Loc: Orig: Elmore,AL. Current: San Antonio, TX
 
Beautiful shots! I may be interested in your challenge. I’m an amateur iPhone photographer and am SO looking forward to a trip up the eastern US coast as soon as we feel safe traveling. I have dreamed about this trip for 3 years which a friend of ours here in TX took who is from Delaware. She sent me pics from each state from S.Carolina up to Delaware. We plan on going all the way up to Maine. Keep posting more beautiful pics!

Dec 1, 2020 16:39:54   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
Photogirl17 wrote:
Great start off Jim..Thanks for Hosting.


Thank you Lesley

 
 
Dec 1, 2020 16:41:33   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
Very very nice Sir

Dec 1, 2020 16:53:15   #
judy juul Loc: Cheshire, Ct.
 
Some favs from archives...
Big Sur coast, Ca.
Big Sur coast, Ca....
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Horseneck Beach, Ma.
Horseneck Beach, Ma....
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North East ,Ct.
North East ,Ct....
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Dec 1, 2020 16:57:03   #
Roadrunner Loc: Quebec, Canada
 
judy juul wrote:
Some favs from archives...


Nice, Judy. Your favs have class...

Dec 1, 2020 16:58:31   #
judy juul Loc: Cheshire, Ct.
 
Roadrunner wrote:
Nice, Judy. Your favs have class...


Thanks, Jim! Appreciate your kind remark!

 
 
Dec 1, 2020 18:40:52   #
cmc4214 Loc: S.W. Pennsylvania
 
Fences doing what they do:
Keeping some animals in...........
Keeping some animals in..............
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keeping others out(of the garden, that is))
keeping others out(of the garden, that is))...
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Dec 1, 2020 18:41:56   #
cmc4214 Loc: S.W. Pennsylvania
 
judy juul wrote:
Some favs from archives...


Really like the last one

Dec 1, 2020 18:43:32   #
cmc4214 Loc: S.W. Pennsylvania
 
delete

Dec 1, 2020 18:45:33   #
cmc4214 Loc: S.W. Pennsylvania
 
Roadrunner wrote:
They are quite historical and also denote the limits of whatever. If the gates are open c'mon in, if not well maybe the owners prefer privacy.

In my first posting it is based on history and culture and they could be an icône for in this Province, not sure. Anyway in the late autumn the cowswould be hered back into the barns and the farmer would take down the fence, leaving th posts and this was to protect them from winter weathr. Come spring, back up they go and out come the cows for the summer. Now these fences are made from cedar trees and have a life expectancy of up to a hundred years.

Now I am also working on a Challenge for January, ''Subjects with Changes''. I mention it now because if you are interested and have spare time, it could be fun. Take subject and shoot in different weather, different lighting, different angles or whatever else you might care to do, but keeping the main subject always there. If you have any questions, PM me.

Have fun
They are quite historical and also denote the limi... (show quote)


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