Friday

From Another Winter


The old horse paddock fence.
Chewed on (notice the new board on top) and pushed on.




Linked To: Friday Fences

18 comments:

Rae said...

Nature's own artwork. Looks pretty.
We are expecting some of that today. Freezing rain is in our forecast and I'm not looking forward to it.

Jan n Jer said...

Wow....mother nature showing her artistic side!

TexWisGirl said...

that's a beautiful shot!

Tina´s PicStory said...

wow! what a great shot ☺

Mooberry Farmwife said...

Brrrr! Pretty fence. I think the most beautiful things are found in nature, especially around the farm.

Lesley said...

The icicles make a lovely, bright fringe on the fence rails!

Kelsie From Our Country Home said...

Brrrrrrrrrrrr

Candy C. said...

Chewed on? Pushed on? Nah, not horses!! ;-)
Great shot with the icicles!

dr momi said...

Rae....I think i hate the freezing rain worse than snow!

Jan n Jer....funny how mother nature can make it so beautiful in just browns and greys :-)

Tex....thanks!

Tina's PicStory....and thank-you!

Mooberry Farmwife....if you keep your eyes open there is always something cool to take a picture on around a farm :-)

Lesley....the "pattern" of it all amazes me.

Kelsie....I do believe that could have been a mocking Brrrr coming from Florida LOL!

Candy C. ....I look at this picture now and think, "...and WHY didn't we have the boards on the other side of the posts?" Destructive horses :-)

Jill said...

LOVE that shot!

Rose said...

This is an incredible shot!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

WOW!! Very artistic shot, and it looks very cold.

Genie said...

WOW!!!! What an awesome shot. I cannot believe my eyes. Boy, did you ever get yourself the perfect capture. The lighting is lovely. It would be worth being really cold to get a shot like this one. genie

Beth said...

oh, that is a lovely shot. i love icicles. that brings back lots of memories of my childhood. (:

Simply Scaife Family said...

So beautiful; reminds me of Kansas winters.

Faye said...

This photo spells icy trouble for moving about. Hope you got to stay home and enjoy this icy beauty from inside.

dr momi said...

Jill....
Rose....
nana_ang_poppaphil....

thanks everyone. When I took it I didn't know I was being so artistic :-) ...and nana, this is a picture of "warm" in Wisconsin in the middle of winter LOL!

Genie....30 degrees in the middle of a Wisconsin winter is a warm spell LOL! Thanks for the kudos.

Beth....what I like about the icicles is the angle at which they formed -- like the wind was part of the whole picture.

Simple Scaife Family....but not this winter right??? LOL

Faye....if I remember right, we didn't go anywhere for a while :-)

labbie1 said...

Beautiful shot! Glad it is warmer here though! :)

Interesting that the icicles are frozen at an angle.