Monday, October 31, 2011

Fences/ CDP Theme Day

 Fences around blue barn at sunrise

November 1st and it's City Daily Photo Theme Day. And the theme is FENCES.

Vertical view

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46 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

What a lovely rural view! The fenceline seems to invite a closer look!

TexWisGirl said...

these are really beautiful.

Jill said...

These are outstanding!

Farmchick said...

Beautiful!

Small City Scenes said...

Wow EG, that is gorgeous. I do like the longer view the most although I like both. I am finding that the longer view is sometimes better. Never though I'd say that. LOL

Kathy said...

I love that pastel sky.

Well, there are no cities around here but I do like fences. Perhaps I'll post one one of these days!

Randy said...

Nice choice for theme day.

Genie said...

Well, this is a first for me...a blue barn. I LOVE it....blue is probably my favorite color. The photos with the gorgeous sky and the wonderful traditional fencing make for lovely shots.Thanks for the visit and the comments. genie

George said...

That first picture is a work of art. Absolutely gorgeous.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - splendid pictures - you got your wish for spring rain here - only problem was I was on a long weekend! Oh well!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Cildemer said...

Wow! Simply beautiful!

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Charlene: the Polarblogger said...

Idyllic and tranquil. Great capture! I like fences too.

Buttons said...

I absolutely love this. B

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love your barn. It looks so tight and ready for winter.

cieldequimper said...

GORRRRRGEOUS.

Halcyon said...

A perfect fence for a farm. It's cute and quaint and well-maintained. Great choice for today!

Judy said...

Wonderful! I love the colors of the barns.

Rambling Round said...

Exquisite!

Sandra said...

this looks like the perfect barn, it is beautiful, the fence makes it even prettier, but I am thinking I like the vertical view best of all. that sky is spectacular.

SRQ said...

Really nice combination with the sky, barn and fence -- love it all. Well done!

Lauri said...

Your photos are stunning. I absolutely love the sky!!!

VP said...

These fences are perfect...

Francisca said...

A pretty blue barn under pastel skies... and lots of fences to mend! ;-)

Louis la Vache said...

A fine image for Theme Day!

(As usual, «Louis» forgot to post something for Theme Day...)

kaye said...

"picture perfect"

Ellie said...

Hi, thanks for coming over and leaving a comment.
I really love your barn picture - the sky looks wonderful.

RedPat said...

Love them both but especially the vertical with that pink sky!

Karl said...

Very beautiful !!

Kim said...

I think I'm in agreement with those who prefer the vertical composition, even though the fence is less obvious. Have you played with HDR imaging on this photo? It is so surreal in a way. Thanks for your visit to my blog.

Reader Wil said...

These colours are very soft and delicate.Thank you for sharing.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

A gorgeous capture. So much detail. :)

Lowell said...

Such a beautiful vista! The white fence reminds me of many of our horse farms herein Ocala. Love the pinkish sky!

Mark said...

Spectacular theme day post. Enjoy November.

Craver Vii said...

It's a lovely view. I tore down the rickety fence in my backyard. Will it look like that when I'm done repairing (replacing) it? Gee, that would be nice!

H said...

Gorgeous sky! I actually think I prefer the vertical, even though the barn isn't so clear. The composition is good :)

To answer your question about private land and the style... All land in the UK is owned by someone and most footpaths cross privately owned land. Access rights are negotiated and walkers and vary according to location and type of land. Most of Dovedale is National Trust which means it is open access, but the land above Hall Dale is farmland and enclosed. Walkers must keep to the footpaths. Access followed a long battle culminating in the mass trespass of Kinder Scout in 1932. You can read about it here: http://www.derbyshireuk.net/kinder_trespass.html

H said...

Sorry about the typos in there. Multi-tasking :(

Lindy MacDuff said...

Both images are gorgeous and suitable for framing! I particularly like all that pink in the clouds in the portrait version.

Debbie said...

gorgeous, really gorgeous!! so many beautiful things to see in these images!!

i LOVE the sky!!

Suzy said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog. These are lovely pictures. The first one is so beautiful it looks like a painting. Enjoy your day.

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful images!!
I love the blue barn, very much!

Gillian Olson said...

Great picture, tremendous sky.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Catching up with my blogging friends and what a beautiful sky you welcomed me home with this morning. Thanks for calling by to listen to some music while I was away.

see you there! said...

Love the colors. My fav is the vertical version because of the plants in the foreground.

Darla

Anna said...

Your second barn image is a stunner! The color and moment captured is just perfect!

Luckaa said...

Very nice pictures!

Rose said...

That vertical view is so beautiful...but I love the other as well.

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