17 November 2011

Park fences


This white line fence surrounds a local park.  
It makes it seem like a private farm or ranch, but it is open to the public.


M.E.
Linking with Friday Fences.

14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that's beautiful!

Jan n Jer said...

I Love white fences...they make everything look so pristine!

Carletta said...

If I could I'd have a white fence around all my five acres. :)
Love the line of trees as well.
Your images are beautiful fence finds as well as lovely fall scenes!

Judy said...

I suppose that makes things easier for the kids - you have to stay inside the fence...
That park just looks so sterile to me. Maybe because I no longer have young children, and spend my time prowling the wild edges of the parks around here, looking for things to capture...

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

what a great spot, lovely white fences and beautiful autumn leaves.

Lesley said...

That is unusual to have such a fence on a park - maybe the idea of making it seem like personal property was the idea.

Bridget Larsen said...

That is strange to have a fence in an open place. Beautiful tree you've captured
Bridget #2

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love how white fences like this frame the beauty of the landscape!

Faye said...

What a lovely setting for people in the community to come to rest and have fun. That white fence is much more welcoming that the chain links that some places have to use. And you've captured the place in it's autumn glory--to remember this winter. . .

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

That fence really makes the park look that much nicer, doesn't it. =)

Deb said...

what a beautiful place to visit...nice post..

Inger-M said...

The fence is beautiful, and I would love to have my lunch under those gorgeous trees!

Rose said...

I do love almost any fence, but something about a white fence just seems neater and tidier!

mountain mama said...

that's got to be the pretties park fence i've seen!