Friday’s Fences – Beach Access

From a recent Outer Banks trip:

“And I’m headin’ to the beach”…

Linking up to Friday’s Fences.

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24 responses to “Friday’s Fences – Beach Access

  1. So good to see this image. I do wonder where they hunkered down during the storm.

  2. Love that first shot – he’s definitely on the right track down to the beach (must have seen the posted sign!).

    Pam

  3. Did you get to ride on the beach too?

  4. You’ve posted many frame worthy pictures in this space…but that first shot is one to set free from the computer and hang on your wall!! So lovely! (And perfect six word captions!! Did you notice that?!!?)

  5. Lucky horse..living on the beach!!!

  6. That first picture looks like a book cover!

  7. I adore horses and adore the beach…this was exquisite!

  8. Gorgeous, just gorgeous!

  9. Very nice. Love horses and beaches.

  10. Beautiful! There is nothing more serene than horses on a beach… Thanks for sharing!

  11. so pretty!

  12. Snow fencing is downright ugly, but a horse and a sunset sure make a difference!! I love that first shot, especially!!

  13. Lucky horses, living at the beach and seeing that view every day. Gorgeous pictures, Dianna! By the way, I just nominated you (again) for the Liebster Blog Award in my post today. 🙂

  14. The first one here is one of your best horse pics yet! Time to get another frame ready!

  15. Oh I just love that first shot. It’s nice and moody!!! 🙂

  16. I just want to hop on and take off…..

  17. What a beauty. 🙂

  18. magicalmysticalteacher

    That’s a wild horse, I assume. Lovely composition in the first photo!

    Banjo String Fence

  19. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I love the first picture. The horse and the background were made for each other.

  20. Love that first photo. The sky is so beautiful and a perfect backdrop to the horse. ~ Sheila

  21. really interesting – i just got about 7 of your old posts come thru my feedly reader.

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