Last weekend, Motor Man and I traveled to the Cambridge, Maryland area. While Motor Man was at a boat race Sunday afternoon, I went antiquing and exploring the countryside.
Today, I’m sharing a few of the fences I found.
These are the ruins of the Old White Marsh Episcopal Church near Trappe, Maryland. According to the historic marker, the church was built before 1690, burned in 1892 and was partially restored in 1977.
Could the sky have been more beautiful?
I wish I’d looked for details on this gravestone with the image of an angel. At the time, I was concentrating on the fence post with the dilapidated bluebird house.
A driveway surrounds the cemetery, and this was the fence at the back of the church ruins. I thought it was interesting that the posts are made of stone, or cement. perhaps.
Next Friday, I’ll share more fence finds from Maryland.
Linking up to Friday’s Fences.