Thursday, November 14, 2013

Don't fence me in.

 This photos was taken along the Boise River on the Garden City Greenbelt.
This past weekend I went hiking with my Daughter and Son In law in the military reserve part of the Boise Foothills. I found this great fence and had to take a photo.
Shared with Fridays Fences   

34 comments:

  1. love both shots - but especially love the way the shadow juts out on the 2nd one. really draws the eye, then takes you down the fence line. really nice!

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  2. Thank you, I agree with you about the second one. That is my computer wall paper.

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  3. Oh, I so love both shots. I would love to be walking down that path in the second one.

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  4. Beautiful are your photos!
    Greetings from Holland, RW & SK

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  5. First off the header image is a belter..... really really good.

    The two fence images are well presented in B&W, nice post

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    1. Dave a compliment from you means a lot. You take amazing photos I am your newest follower.

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    2. Thank you David, I will keep checking you out also, its good to branch out to other blogs with differing takes on the same subjects and differing subject matter, keep up the good work.
      Dave

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  6. Nice shots especially in B&W. Thanks for showing.

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    1. Thank you for the compliment, you take great photos as well.

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  7. Love the shadow in the last one and your header!

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    1. Thank you for visisting. I was very happy the way the second one turned out. It was a quick shot while hiking, I did not spend anytime setting up for it.

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  8. these are both lovely, I'm partial to fences in B&W with the shadows.

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    1. Lynn

      Thank you for your comment. The second shot was just luck, we were on a hike and I just pulled out my point and shoot while walking.

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  9. Great shots. The B&W really brings out the character of the old wooden fences.

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  10. Great photos...very nice leading lines! Welcome to FF

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    1. Thank you, and thank you for hosting Friday fences. I hope to have more fence photos in the future.

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  11. I love split rail fences! The first shot is my favorite...

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    1. Thank you for visiting. You are the only person that likes the first photo best. That is the one that I actually took time to set up. The second one was a grab the camera and shoot something while walking. I did not know how it turned out until I got home.

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  12. I like the shadow in the second shot!

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    1. Thank you for visiting. You take great photos yourself, I am you newest follower.

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  13. I think that first photo is terrific and I have been to the Boise foothills a time or two - used to live in Boise. It always felt like home there.

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    1. Thank you for visiting my blog, have a good weekend.

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  14. The foothill one is very close by. I should take a walk over there.

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    1. There are some great photo opportunities up there. My header photo was taken on the trail that originates in Camels Back Park.

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  15. i enjoy your coloring & angle of these shots. great FF times. ( :

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  16. Great photos with good perspektive!
    Greetings
    JetteMajken

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    1. Thank you for your compliment.& thank you for following my blog, enjoy your weekend.

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  17. Sweet shots! I like the B&W treatment, too.

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    1. Thank you, I love black and white. I am always amazed at how much "old school" in many cases gives the best results.

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