Friday, February 22, 2008

Photo Hunters: Wooden Split Rail Fence in Winter

Parallel and Perpendicular

Linear

Photos of my split rail fence taken
this afternoon during a soft snowfall.
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56 comments:

  1. DEEP snow...the kind you burrow into to survive...very good composition and good selection, Andree!

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  2. Lovely photographs of the split rail fence in the snow.

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  3. That snow is sitting beautifully on the fencing :) But it looks cold, no doubt!

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  4. Don't you have the same picture in spring ? I am soooo fat up to see snow, lol !!

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  5. Get the feeling from this Photo Hunt entry (and some previous ones too) that there's been quite a bit of snow in Vermont this winter! ;b

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  6. Blimey, is it still snowing there? Do you get cabin fever?

    Great pictures though, Andree, but I'm certainly glad I don't have to experience the cold!

    Happy weekend!

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  7. I knew you would have a good photo for wood! For some reason, the more broad and generic themes are hard for me. I am excited about next week's Party theme.

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  8. Looks like you have about the same amount of snow as we do here in New Hampshire!

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  9. These are gorgeous! I love to see your snowy photos.

    My photo is up for the week, too... come visit!

    http://lorivillarreal.typepad.com/do_you_realize/

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  10. Ah yes, at least it isn't so much snow you can't see the fence. We got 8 inches yesterday and I'm getting tired of it all! Happy hunting.

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  11. I saw some split rail fences on my way to finding my wooden photo. I like wooden fences. They generally have so much more character than other kinds.

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  12. I loves those photos!
    Here in westcost of Sweden it´s more like spring.No snow at all this winter!

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  13. Thank you to all! Your comments are so appreciated. I am not feeling well today and have not been able to visit: But I will. I promise.

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  14. Hello, Love your pictures. I wished we would get some snow in VA. Hope you are feeling better soon.

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  15. Ah, yes: wooden and beautiful.

    The poet with fractals:

    http://firsttumblewords.blogspot.com/

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  16. I've enjoy this week theme of picture of wooden items.
    The fence across the road we can only see the very tip top of the fence post.

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  17. Those are great pictures. We had quite the snowstorm yesterday here as well.

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  18. Thanks for your comments. You choose a great topic and the snow makes for a beautiful scene.

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  19. Thanks for visiting my photo hunt. Yours is spectacular. I LOVE wooden fences; I have this amazing photograph of my two girls leaning over an old split rail wooden fence, looking over a pasture. Doesn't get much better. And I don't mind the snow a bit!

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  20. wow what a LOT of snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    we dont get snow like that here where I live
    thanks for visiting my blog
    Jen

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  21. wow, still lots of snow there...I was just sub bathing here...:P

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  22. Great photos Andree. We are close to the end of February and for the first time there's been not a single snow fall. Happy weekend

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  23. Wow look at all that snow. I love the fence very rustic. sara from farmingfriends

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  25. Those are some snow drifts! I only wish the southeast were getting this very needed precipitation. Great shots and thanks for being the first to comment on my first PhotoHunter posting.

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  26. I really enjoyed the linear one. It made feel like I was going somewhere. AS always, great job!

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  27. Hi Andree,

    Almost missed your entry for this week. Beautiful shots, although my nostalgia for snow is somewhat minor ;-)

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  28. Very lovely photos, Andree - as usual. Certainly a 180 from my photos here in south Florida. It is forecast to be 87-degrees today! *sigh* Stay warm, dear friend, and thanks for stopping by the creek.

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  29. Beautiful photos! I love the contrast of the fences with the snow.

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  30. I the snow looks so pretty on that wooden fence but it looks so freezing out there.
    Wooden Staircase
    Wooden Doorway

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  31. In New York snow looks pretty for about five minutes.
    These snow photos are beautiful.
    I can feel the stillness coming off the screen.

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  32. So beautiful. We have not quite as much snow.

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  33. I REALLY like that first photo A LOT! Silly me didn't even think about fence posts! Been living on a farm for the past 7 years and never even thought of fence posts. I'm glad you did, because these are great!

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  34. paralle and perpendicular indeed :-) .love snow pictures in snow. great shots.

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  35. Those are great shots. I love the composition on both of them. The snow is lovely to look at too.

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  36. These are very beautiful photos but you must be very tired of the snow by now!
    I hope you are feeling better soon. Take care and thanks for visiting.

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  37. Wow - you sure have a lot of snow...Your photos are awesome - perfect for this week's wooden theme.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Have a blessed Sunday afternoon.

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  38. No snow here this year... so far... spring is bursting out all around... I loved your pictures. So perfect for "Wooden"

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  39. What lovely pics for the theme! I love the angles and all the snow :)

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  40. I love the snow- those are great pictures!

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  41. I love pictures with snow in them, but I have enough of them....I want to see some green! Thanks for dropping by!

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  42. The last time I experienced snow was when I was in Boston 7-8 years ago. Over in my country (Malaysia) which is tropical, we don't get any snow at all.

    Your pictures reminded me so much of my fun time in Boston. Thanks so much!

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  43. there's something so pristine and ethereal about that blanket of snow... the wooden fences are framed perfectly. happy, safe, warm days for you and yours =]

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  44. Your pic of the snow-capped fence is perfect. I especially love the linear pic.

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  45. Even though I'm sooo done with snow, you made it look very nice!

    Thanks for stopping by mine :)

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  46. I never touch a real snow... I always love snowie pics! Great shots, Andree

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  47. That looks freezing, nice shot :)

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  48. Great picture! I love the wood contrasted against the snow! Perfect for this week's theme.

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  49. Oh, the snow almost took over the fence. Looks so pure and pretty.

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  50. this is really a great pic. Anything with snow in it..i LLLIIIKKKEEEE!..
    thanks for dropping by ;)

    Pearl - have a good week ahead

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  51. Brrr! Your photo looks so serene, and again I am reminded of Robert Frost's poem about a snowy evening in the woods.

    Have a great week!

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  52. And still the snow comes down! Will April 12 to the 20th never come?

    3 x 5 x 43, Dear!

    I won't forget, you see?

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  53. What a spectacular shot!
    I have to send your blog address to my son in college.
    He is a math/physics major and has
    linear algebra this semester.
    The weather channel said you guys are getting plummeted with snow this season.
    How many inches do you have so far?

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  54. Beautiful pictures. And I know a think or two about pictures of beautiful fences! :)

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  55. Thanks for sharing beautiful photos. I love the contrast of the fences with the snow. Really its amazing.

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