Wordless Wednesday View through the Storm Fence Image January 27, 2021 Laurie Graves 44 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebook Related
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Bright colors against the snow = winner. 🙂
What an imaginative image. 😀
That is a very cool perspective. Probably literally.
Frigid, actually. 😉
Loved the contrast,
A wonderful image Laurie, I love the shadows in the snow too 🧡
Thanks, Xenia! I like them, too.
What an interesting picture!
That’s an intriguing photo. There’s a lot going on within it. Good eye!
Our snow fences in 1950s and 1960s Iowa were rolls of wooden pickets: unrolled for winter, then rolled up and stored when the season was over. I’d forgotten them. Will drifts build up against this like they did against the wooden fences? They were meant to keep highways clear, and they really worked!
We have that kind of wooden picket storm fence in our backyard. We used to keep our dear dog Liam safe. A wonderful dog, but not the most obedient, and he had an obsession for chasing anything with wheels. If we had enough snow, it would drift up against the orange fence.
That’s a very creative shot! 😀
Love that picture and the contrast of colour.
Great shot – I always think of it as a windbreak – not having enough snow to worry about. 🙂
Yes, another way to think about it.
It’s a wonderfully simple idea, whatever you use it for.
I like the abstract quality to this. Great capture. 🙂
Love the color and pattern!
A fine shot
Is this one of those things they put up to block the snow? That’s what we use them for here, anyway, though part of me wonders how — with all those little rectangular openings — it does much good! At least you had a pretty day to get out and be artistic, Laurie!!
Yes, they are to stop snow from drifting. Good point about all those openings. This year, not that much snow to worry about.
A different kind of snow fencing than the red wooden snow fencing around when I was young.
Yes, very different.
Wonderful capture and I wish we had that fabulous color of fencing!!
It is bold and bright.
It took me a little while to figure that photo out! Clever!
What a fun perspective – and a very creative frame!
Thanks so much!
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