Weekly Photo Challenge – Fences

I picked up a camera and went out to take pictures. Which is when I realized the battery needed changing … so I went back in and got a fresh battery. Then I took some pictures.

It was almost dark, but through the magic of electronic camera technology, everything came out clear and surprisingly bright. Yes, there are fences. Our fences.

The pictures look black and white, but that’s the way our world looks this time of year.

Our house, some snow,, and the fence …
And if you look beyond the fence, you’ll see Gibbs and the Duke back by the front steps
The 1928 Fordson tractor and the fence …

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

17 thoughts on “FENCES: A WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Garry Armstrong”

    1. Garry bought it for me as a 10th-anniversary gift. Not everyone’s idea of a romantic gift, but I really wanted that tractor! I probably should add that in the summer, it is covered by Virginia creeper. Very artistic.

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    1. Hard to know. Maybe more later in the week … but they are not sure. Right now, we’ve got some serious wind blowing. Big oak trees swaying. But I notice the sun is (finally) coming out. This time of year, we really never know. We have not had much snow, though. less than a foot for the season, at least here. Up north, much more.

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    1. I wanted MORE flamingoes, but I never remember to buy them and summer is so short, it’s over before I get to it. But I promise to get at least ONE more this summer. I want one that looks like the ones in Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.

      Garry has a really GOOD eye, doesn’t he?

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