Thursday, March 26, 2015

On The Fence

My contribution to TexWiscGirl's Good Fences #53:



In other news, did you know February snow storms bring March tennis balls?

Mouse over pics for captions, and click them for larger versions.
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14 comments:

ThreeOldKeys said...

Those storms used to leave lacrosse balls here. Maybe it's regional.

Linda Kay said...

Great variety of fences this morning. Have a fabulous Thursday!

TexWisGirl said...

haha. your pups must enjoy them. :)

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Fine fences!
Love the first and the second one and the balls :))
Have a beautiful day
【ツ】Knipsa

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely varietyoffneces and I like the bird in the 1st one.

Linda M. Carmean said...

Wonderful variety of fences...nice one with the bird.

Michelle said...

Bet the dogs like them!

Ida said...

Beautiful dove on the fence. You got some nice fence shots. Wow, Tennis Balls...wonder how they all got there.

Alexia said...

I hope you threw the balls for the dogs to fetch! Sadly, Manu doesn't have a 'fetching gene'.

Love the shaggy tree - and the fences, too.

Felicia said...

nice fences. lol on the tennis balls

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Love the mourning dove. One of my biggest blogging regrets was being unable to photograph a dove that had been trapped in a greenhouse of ours until I grabbed it like this guy. My phone was in my left pocket, the bird in my left hand. I couldn't risk letting go of the bird just to get my phone camera. Luckily, the bird flew off, scared but unhurt.

laura.forestdreams:) said...

i like the shaggy bark tree...
and the action at the feeder.

mourning doves. what are they mourning anyway? they don't look sad.

have a happy weekend!

Karen S. said...

I didn't know that about tennis balls, but my yard, living room, family, stairs, under tables and in corners all have them mysteriously rolled in! Very often they can be seen running in the mouths of dogs too! Imagine that! Maybe it's the attack of tennis balls! :) Enjoy your weekend, and hopefully it will be springy and so will mine! Please! Please!

William Way said...

Second from the bottom features a tree the looks of which I love; it seems to shed like a madrone -- is it a madrone?