Thursday, March 5, 2015

Fencing In The Snow


The blue and white is pretty, but I'm ready for some green!  How about you?
 

The horses look so cold.  I hope they have a barn to go into.  I thought this was an unusual looking fence.

Linking to Theresa's Good Fences 

Happy Thursday to you!
xo Cheryl

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  1. yes it does look very cold. great number of fences in this post today.

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    1. It's been very cold, but it's supposed to warm up this weekend. Yay!

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  2. love the snowy shots. so pretty. love the train tracks ... always a fan of those for photography moments. ( :
    stay warm.

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    1. Hi Beth, I love train tracks and trains. I've always wanted to ride across the country on one!

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  3. That IS a different kind of fence. Poor horses. And ALL the animals and birds. READY for some nice weather, too!! blessings ~ tanna

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    1. Yes, I worry about the animals that have to live out in the elements. I know most of them are used to it.

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  4. Good Morning Cheryl...
    it is a completely different fence...but, I'm guessing it does it's job. The shades of Blue/white are very pretty. Looks like a little snow on the backs of the horses.....I'm so ready for Spring

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    1. Me, too! Spring can't come soon enough. Good luck tomorrow, Shug!

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  5. This is beautiful Cheryl....oh those poor darling horses....where are their blankets and the barn? Love the train in the background...made my day!

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    1. Thanks! I do hope they had a barn for the horses, too.

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  6. Oh yes, I ready ready to see some green! The horses do look cold, I think they are ready for spring too. Have a happy day!

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    1. Happy Friday to you, Eileen! Thanks for coming by.

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  7. Hi Cheryl...
    The blue and white is very pretty.....
    I agree with Tanna....this was a very rough February....for sure!
    Enjoy your day...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  8. Goodness- that pic makes me cold just looking at it! Must be extra wire since it isn't barbed, to keep the horses from walking right through it. We have a horse that is pretty nifty with that trick! Have a great day!

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    1. Horses and cattle both can sure get through an opening if they can find one! Or if not, sometimes they'll make their own. lol!

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  9. brrr. they do look a bit cold and snowy. :) thanks, cheryl!

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  10. Good Morning Cheryl, We lucked out and missed all of the bad weather so far.The snow that we had over the weekend wasn't that much. It is as though we were in the pocket where it was all around us. I liked your snow scenery. I am like you now that I don't have to go to work I am a little more choosy about whether I get out or not. I am so ready for Spring and the warmer weather. Do you think we will get in the 70's next week. Take care Stay warm. Hugs and Prayers from Your NW Missouri Friend Shirley

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    1. We were lucky, too. and barely got any snow...just flurries. 70's next week? I haven't heard that, but it would sure be nice! Take care, Shirley!

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  11. Cold here today too, but at least the sun is finally shining!! Today is our last cold day (at least for awhile). Warmer weather is headed our way and I can't WAIT!!

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    1. It was so nice to see the sun even if it was cold! I'll be happy to see that warmer weather!

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  12. Beautiful images, Cheryl. A very cold and snowy day here in Kentucky. xo Laura

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    1. Thank you, Laura. Hope you don't get too much of the white stuff.

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  13. they do look so cold, smart to stand together and share heat. i love the blue color of the first snow and fence. hope it melts soon

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    1. Thanks, Sandra. They do put out a lot of body heat and that would help, but don't they look like they are freezing? Brrrr.

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  14. Those poor horses do look like they are shivering out there. LOVE the fence and the train in the background. Very nice, indeed. Stay warm.

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    1. Thanks, Terre. I went out today and a couple of the stores must be saving on their heat bill. It was almost as cold inside as outside!

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  15. Morning, so tired of seeing white, I need green too. The horses do look cold, different looking fence I agree.Blessings Francine.

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    1. You've had way more snow than us, so I know you are really longing for the green!

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  16. I totally agree. I am tired of the snow and what to see green grass. HA! HA!

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    1. And then when the grass mowing starts, I'll be complaining about that! lol!

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  17. Love the first picture with all those bows and lines :)
    And I really feel sorry for the poor horses, but that
    fence really does look unusual :))
    Have a beautiful day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  18. Oh my it's really winter out there with your fences!

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    1. Yes, it was snowing pretty heavily the day I took that photo. Poor horses.

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  19. Brrr... looks cold!
    Yes... hoping winter is on it's way out, and spring on the way in!
    Ready for greenery and blossoms a-blooming!!

    Have a happy day!
    ~K.

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    1. Thanks, Kerin. Flowers sound so good right now. Wish I'd picked up a small bouquet at WalMart today!

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  20. Very wintery scene. Those horses do look cold. I like the lines of the fences in that shot. Here we are seeing more and more green and have not seen much of the "white" this winter.

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    1. We really haven't seen all that much snow, either. I shouldn't complain. It's just that I'm ready for spring and I know March will be crazy weather-wise.

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  21. Yes,I love the snowy scene,but I am more than ready to see color.

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  22. Love the fences, and the bridges behind them. We are in the midst of getting over 8 inches.

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    1. Oh wow! That's just too much. It's March! Time to slow down on the winter stuff. :)

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  23. SUN today! Yay! Yes the horses look cold, I hope they have some protection too. Looking forward to a warm weekend! Good Afternoon Cheryl!

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    1. Hi Pix! It's supposed to be pretty nice this weekend. Yay!

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  24. Well, I have NEVER seen a fence like that last one, Cheryl It looks like they just kept adding wire to make sur they had those cattle "fenced" in. lol xo Great photos- xo Diana

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    1. I've never seen one like that before either! It is a strange looking fence.

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  25. Goodness, that second fence sure looks flimsy. Know what you mean about the animals. Last night we got about 6 inches of really beautiful snow but I heard my neighbor's cows lowing softly most of the night and I worried about them.

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    1. I know you love animals like I do and I worry about them all the time. As if I could take care of them all, but I can't help but worry!

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  26. That first photo is really intriguing...so much going on and the colors are lovely. Green would be nice...for us that'll be weeks away. Hope you see some much sooner!

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    1. I hope your winter weather simmers down soon, too, Vee. I'm hoping March will go out like a lamb since it came in like a lion!

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  27. Yes, you must be fed up with the snow, it has been a long winter for you. Both your pics look very cold and bleak but especially the one with horses. That certainly is an unusual fence.

    Diana

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    1. It really hasn't been bad, just that winter always seems long, doesn't it? Thanks for your visit!

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  28. I always feel so bad for the animals that are out in the cold.

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  29. beautiful images Cheryl. I love your first capture.

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