Linking to Rural Thursday,
this or that thursday
you should really put this on the FRIDAY FENCES blog hop … check my blog today’s post to see the link … all the fence friends link up every friday. such fun. i love the view. so rustic & fun. take care. (:
That image is so pretty!!! Very well composed…the textures, the color, well….just the whole composition.
great compozitione! beautiful iamge…
Lovely! I wish I had some wild grapes here!
I love your composition here, the fence is lovely too
Das sieht aber fast schon nach echten Weinranken aus.Ein stimmiges Foto ♥
Nice pictures you show
they look beautiful growing on that old picket fence
The vines and the fence form a really charming image!
A lovely fence!
Great shot ~ love the old fence and the creeping grapevines ~ (A Creative Harbor)
Very lovely capture. Joining you from This or That Thurs.
Absolutely perfect for tomorrows Fence Meme.
Very nice. I’d be loving on that fence!
Beautiful! Love the contrast!
such great fencery!
An intimate view of this grapevine and fence! Coming from This or That – Emille
And what do grape vines make me think of??? You guessed it, vino!! Margie
Some of my favorite photos are of old fences and vines or flowers growing on or next to them.
You have lovely photos on your blog.
Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment.
I love how those leaves are winding there way around those fence posts. Lovely picture
I love wooden fences and the vine on this one is awesome.
I love that fence.
Woof! Woof! Happy Rural Thursday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar
So lovely. The grapevines remind me of Texas.
Great photo! I love the old rustic fence.
Reminds me of my mothers grapevines that used to grow along her fence. She made such delicious grape jelly with the grapes!
Love the weathered wood Pat. Lovely capture.
Wonderful fence supporting those grape vines!!
Good eyes to spot this and a terrific image as the result!
I really like how you composed this…very nice shot.
Great shot!! Love it
Such a beautiful image!
That is so pretty. I love the look of weathered wood.
I have some on my barbed wire fence. Your fence is prettier.
Wild grapes are ripening here lately!
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