Great to see that this week’s topic didn’t have too many people sitting on the fence (there was an exception 🙂 ). The usage of the theme of fences was definitely creative and showed some very interesting views! Thanks to all of you who participated and provided encouragement!
The fence that I showed in this image, is used to drive sheep around, or, if there’s a second one, to drive the sheep between during herding tests. Sheep herding is an interesting sport, as it is all about utilizing the dog’s instincts to project power and control the sheep.
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- Miriam of the Out an’ About blog, started us with a wonderful silhouette sitting on a fence, and showed some great fence images!
- Debbie, whose blog is Forgiving Journal, wrote a wonderful post about getting off the fence.
- Kim brought a variety of great fence images on his blog Do You See What I See?; the multiple uses of a fence between sea gulls, humans and ants were quite entertaining!
- A new participant this week came from the Daily Blabber, which is a great photography blog! Her photo made me want to be on that beach!
- Nadia’s entry this week on Becoming Roots showed us a gorgeous Winter landscape with a fence laden with snow.
- Brigid’s post on Watching the Daisies provided thoughts on pastures and gorgeous landscapes with fences.
- Sonya, who writes Middleton Road, posted a stunning image of fencing with a mailbox and pasture.
- Marie writes the New 3 R’s: Retire, Recharge, Reconnect, and posted a great image of a toque macaque who prefers not to be fenced in.
- Steve’s post in Meandering Maverick provided a study of chainlink fence with various views and configurations including curvature.
- Nikki’s blog is A Kinder Way, in which she created a wonderful post about the fence she likes best…no spoiler alert, so go check it out!
The turn-out this week was excellent and I was veryimpressed with the quality of all the entries! It was a lot of fun to read and view each of your creations.
Now to start preparing for Tuesday’s new topic… Let’s see, if I can up with something inspiring.