Friday’s Fences…On The Dunes

…and, it should come as no surprise, a horse!

These pictures were taken last Sunday on our trip to the Outer Banks.

horse and fence1

Although there isn’t too much left of this sand fence, it does qualify!

horse and fence2

(Motor Man, my stash of fence pictures is precariously low. We need a road trip soon, so they can be replenished…)

Linking up to Friday’s Fences.

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22 responses to “Friday’s Fences…On The Dunes

  1. Indeed it does qualify….a fence is a fence no matter how much of one it is!

    Pam

  2. Looks as if the sand is slowly covering the fence. But the horse, obviously, doesn’t mind!

  3. pawesome photos! or should that be hoovesome! hehe! =^.^=

  4. Horse on the dunes with a fence always makes a great picture! Still wonderfully strange to see a horse at home on the beach!

  5. A perfect wild fence and a perfect wild horse!

  6. Yeah, MM, take her on another trip soon!

  7. The fence has all but disappeared, but I like the effect in the photo. Nice horse, as always!

  8. Beautiful shots.

  9. Looks like some repair work is needed on this sand fence! Love the horse too!

  10. Dianna, we have an awful lot of fence in Michigan… 😉
    ~d.
    p.s. first week or two of October is always drop dead gorgeous with color – hint, hint.

  11. I like the sand fences …. I’m sure there will be a trip coming up soon !

  12. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    I am sure there are many more trips in your future. Great pictures.
    Have a good weekend.

  13. Love it!

  14. Very nice sight. The horse does not seem to mind if the fence is down and sand all around.

  15. Wow. These are just beautiful!

  16. Dunes takes over everything with that ever moving sand.

  17. I love your pics of the horses on the beach. Such an unusual sight and not one we get around here.
    Thanks for your visit to my blog – my goodness wouldn’t it be great to visit. I wish I had a longer holiday there are so many places I would love to visit. Two weeks just isn’t long enough!
    Hope you have had a lovely weekend. 🙂

  18. Reminds me of Cumberland Island! Gorgeous photo

  19. Oh lovely…the horse, sand and old fence, nice composition

  20. For you:
    This is a paperback book.
    Very pleasant, the title said:
    Head up particularly comforting.
    Quote:
    Patience is the sister of hope and the mother of serenity.
    Or:
    Starlight is reflected only in a quiet pond.
    Sincerely Andrea and many hugs.

    http://andreasch45.WordPress.com/2013/02/26/eintaschentuch-IM-Buch/

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