Thursday, June 20, 2013

Soggy/Friday Fences

On a soggy day

It's time for some fence repair, me thinks.

As seen from a bit further away

Closer look at the flowers in the water

I don't know what these are. Does anyone know?

I am linking to Friday Fences here.

33 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

What beautiful flowers, no idea what they are though. It would seem that fence has seen better days but it made for some great photos!

Stefan Jansson said...

I would have to agree with you, looks like it could need some repair work.

Kate said...

It is a very picturesque photo. . . love your find for today!

Buttons said...

Wonderful shots I have always admired water logged fence I have no idea why it usually means work around here:) B

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

i'm so curious. wow, they sure are pretty. ( :

very soggy.

see you there! said...

Not very useful as a fence but wonderful for photography. Love the silver/grey wood.

Darla

Jill said...

Beautiful shots, even though the fence needs work1 I still do love it though.

Sandra said...

i don't want to be the one that does the fence repair, would be a wet and soggy job

Carver said...

The flowers in the water are beautiful. I kind of like the old fence that appears to be being reclaimed by the wetlands.

Joke van de Klift said...

Schitterende foto's heb je gemaakt, de gele bloemen die ik zie heten bij ons Dotters, ik weet niet of het je wat zegt?

Very nice are de picture. The name of the yello flowers are Dotters, but a don't no what the name is in English.

Lovely greeting, Joke

llandudnopictures said...

Dear me, more of a deck than a fence now!

TexWisGirl said...

i like it. :)

Stephanie said...

Beautiful yellow flowers.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That type of fence is very nice,except when it needs repair.This one definitely needs some attention.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful!! looks like the repairs need to wait till things dry out a bit!

Lowell said...

Soggy and boggy and probably a perfect mosquito breeding ground! :)

RedPat said...

I have no idea what they are. The scene is great - did beavers have anything to do with all that water?

Terri said...

Oh goodness..looks like flooded land. Pretty little yellow flowers..I have no idea what they are called though.

LONDONLULU said...

I don't know the name of the flower but they are very pretty - that fence has certainly seen better days! Poor fence.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

The soggy fence and the yellow flowers make for some wonderful photos!

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

you got a cyclone, poor fence and poor farmer.

Randy said...

Not sure what they are but they're really pretty.

Indrani said...

Looks like some storm damage.
Good composition!

Cezar and Léia said...

I'm delighted by the last composition, so adorable flowers!
Great set of images!
Léia

RuneE said...

When I saw the first photo I thought it showed some water-logged boats. the next ones nearly confirmed it.

Jan n Jer said...

I did see on our news that some areas in Canada were flooding...these are nice shots but hope the water receeds. No clue what the yellow flowers are...pretty just the same!

Jackie/Jake said...

Gorgeous photos!

Leave It To Davis said...

Love your soggy photos!

LV said...

Very nice fence feature, but depressing seeing it in such disarray.

Pamela Gordon said...

So pretty. I love the old fence but it sure does need repair. Is it supposed to keep any animals in/out?

Jenny said...

How fun it would be to wade through that water in high boots!

I don't know what the yellow flowers are but they certainly are happy!

Everything Changes said...

Wow!

Rose said...

Wonderful fence shots...have no idea bout the flowers...

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