Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fences Flying By!

Slow down honey!

I see another fence up ahead!

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It’s surprising we ever get anywhere! haha!

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Sometimes we slow down, but we don’t stop and get out! Who has time? lol

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I’m joining Tex for the

Good Fences party!

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Hope you can slow down enough to see the fences!

41 comments:

Diane said...

Ha, ha... Love that last picture. Looks like it could be from up thisaway.

Arlene Grimm said...

Diane, I love the first photo where you can see your reflection in the mirror!!

LindyLou Mac said...

Sadly the majority do not have time to stop but we should all take MORE time to stand and stare Diane. Seriously I know it is not possible to stop and take fence photos your husband would not be happy!

Debby Ray said...

Lovely fences, my friend! Yes, we all need to take time and not only smell the roses but to see those fences!

Maggie Ann said...

Diane, these scenes are so beautiful.....it looks like our state of Pa.! I've enjoyed browsing your blog posts, just a few but a treat. blessings, Maggie

pattisjarrett said...

Fences on the fly, I know that all too well! Nice work!

NanaDiana said...

Those are darned good pictures taken on the fly! xo Diana

cucki said...

looking so lovely my dear..
big hugs x

Margaret Adamson said...

Great fences in this post and also a great selfie in the wing mirror

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Haha! Most of my photos of fences are drive-bys, too. But, I'm usually driving. Hubby would probably take my keys away if he saw some of my quick stops...with an eye on the rear-view mirror, of course! lol!
Pretty fences! That last one could have been taken around here!

Linda Walker said...

Hi Diane, Gorgeous! The second photo is so pretty. Is it a horse farm? Happy Thursday!
Linda xo
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Laurie M said...

lol,
thats so funny, slow down honey, lol, beautiful fences,

ann said...

Perhaps you have coined a new phrase: Slow down and see the Fences. Beautiful Florida scenery.

bj said...

Too many fences to take pictures of so we only have time to slow down, snap, and speed up. ;)

TexWisGirl said...

loving it! and laughing, too! beautiful horse country!

Susie said...

Diane, You made me laugh...I asked Ted to drive slower at times too. I loved the fences. Pretty scenery too. Hope you are having some good times. xoxo,Susie

Donna said...

I understand! I see beautiful scenes for photos, but there is usually no place to pull over safely. Lovely countryside there in Florida!

Julie Corbisiero said...

Oh how you make me smile when I visit your blog! Yes I'm always in a rush too. I love the fences and horses too. Thanks for the nice photos and you did a great job with taking the photos.
Julie

Primitive Stars said...

Morning, good chuckle, nice fencing with the scenery. Blessings Francine.

Marie said...

Isn't it fun that something like this can bring people together...all with a common goal (not to get hit in the rear when we slow down because there's a fence to photograph! :-))

Cranberry Morning said...

I know what you mean! LOL It's the same for me. So much to see, so many photos, so many missed opportunities because we're on the freeway and can't stop. :-(( Great fence photos! Have a lovely day, Diane.

boopnut said...

I am going to have to check for the fences when I go to Florida next week!
Hugs,
Deb

Curtains in My Tree said...


I love country fences and miss seeing them since I live in the city now.
Thanks for showing those country fences to us city people

Montanagirl said...

Hello my friend: Some nice "drive-by Shooting" you did here! lol. LOVE the fences!!

Kim Orcutt said...

Ha, cute post! You would be stopping an awful lot around here :)
Kim

Lorrie said...

Ha! I can so relate. "Honey......oh never mind, we missed it."

Great drive-by fence shots.

Ida said...

What great countryside you've seen. The rolling hills and all that fencing really is lovely.

Jeanne said...

I do that a lot. Fly by shooting.
Sometimes there is just nowhere to pull over. Very nice shots. Not what I would expect to see in Florida.

Creations by Marie Antoinette and Edie Marie said...

So funny! I'm always having my hubby slowing down so I can take a picture. And you're right, sometimes we're not sure how long it's gonna take to get somewhere!

Fall blessings, Edie Marie

Felicia said...

you always have great fences on the fly Diane.

Christine said...

so True! Everything whizzes by! But you did capture great views and fences!
Wishing you joy!

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Those are some impressive fences - so beautiful! I got a little giggle out of this post. So true! Hugs xo Karen

eileeninmd said...

Lovely scenes, I would be slowing down for the horses and fences too. Wonderful series, enjoy your weekend!

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

Sometimes it almost looks like you're in Kentucky horse country.

Shug said...

Geez....not sure what I like most...the fence...the green pastures or the bales of hay! They are all so pretty! I so enjoy seeing all the fences!!

Tanya Breese said...

lol this sounds soooo familiar! beautiful fences and scenery!

Decor To Adore said...

I always love seeing the rounded hay. Where I grew up they were square bales.

Happy All Hallows Eve!

Thammie TheDollMaker said...

Being random, but those raggedy dolls on your blog banner are just so cute.
Hugs :-)

Sam I Am...... said...

I thought of joining the fence blogging but then I never go anywhere and I drive by myself if I do so I would be hard pressed to get any pictures of fences! LOL! Yours are great though!

doodles n daydreams said...

great pics taken on the move.

Diana
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Cattails said...

These are pretty! We are the same way. Most of the time I am too shy to stop and take a photo!