Friday’s Fences – OBX

My photos for this week’s Friday’s Fences were taken last Sunday on our trip to the Outer Banks.  Sand fences are a favorite of mine; I’ve shared photos of them before.

These were taken just a few minutes before we saw those gorgeous horses I posted about on Monday.

The above pictures were taken soon after driving onto the beach in Corolla.  This next one was taken further up the beach and somewhat “inland”. There are many houses/vacation homes/cottages in this very remote area, accessible only by driving on on the beach.  You have to be on the lookout for wild horses in these areas too (which is exactly what we were doing, and why I happened to spot this fence).

Coming tomorrow: Sunrise Saturday featuring sunrise pictures from our morning on the beach.

Linking up to Friday’s Fences because…. it’s Friday!

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27 responses to “Friday’s Fences – OBX

  1. Those fences are so pretty…makes me want to head down to the beach! Although, I usually avoid the beach in the summertime – too many people for me!

  2. I love sand fences too….! Beautiful shots Dianna….looks so peaceful.

    Pam

  3. love the beach fences. (:

  4. Thanks for posting the different style fences….there’s one for every purpose!

  5. I love the fences on the Outer Banks. I hate to say that I have yet to see the horses there, though. Maybe next time. Have a great weekend.

  6. I LOVE those sand fences – I’ve not seen anything like that before. There is something very serene about your pictures. Lovely!!

  7. beautiful! seems like everyone i know was just there!

  8. THANK YOU DIANNA!!! That was a splendid little short visit to OBX 🙂 I’ve been going to Hatteras/Ocracoke since high school days….I adore the beach life.
    *anna

  9. A great mix. Beach and rural.

  10. Count me in as one who loves the fences on sandy beaches! Pretty shots Dianna and Good Morning to you!

  11. Neat photos! I’ve not seen a sand fence before. I’ve been to only a few beaches, tho. Have a nice weekend!

  12. Great pictures you show. Wishing you a good weekend. Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

  13. Oh yes…sand fences.. a very important part of the beach! I would love to see the wild horses…never been to OBX!

  14. sand fences / snow fences. 🙂

  15. My kinda fences…on the beach. As long as they’re not keeping me off!

  16. Ah [BIG SIGH]! I love the Outer Banks. Your photos make me want a vacation…..now!

  17. Wow! Mommy says she as not seen fences on the beach or driven on the beach since she lived on Vancouver Island and that was before ME! Me loved seeing the pictures of Sundae yesterday me sends headbutts and kisses and thanks yous for your kind words about Bob
    Nellie

  18. … The sand fences are always cool … & the last shot here is nice, too !

  19. Really nice, I love the lines.

  20. i’ve always wondered, why are the sand fences lined up like that? what were or are they used for?
    they’re very beautiful, i just don’t understand what purpose they serve. LoL! =)

  21. Nice photos. Sand fences are one of those accessories that “make” the seashore.

  22. Love these pictures! I’d love to be there right now!!

  23. Beautiful photos. I like the contrast of the sand fence with the sand. It sounds like it would be an interesting place to visit.

  24. Fences like this are always appealing to me.

  25. I love your fences photos….:)

  26. I do love those fences in the dunes. I think it’s the blending, and the subtlety of the colors that does it for me! pretty shots!

  27. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I think the fences on the dunes are pretty too!. It makes a nice pictures.

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