ne texas - my territory. :) thanks for these, mcguffy ann!
Yes, it is! I am sure we will be going through there again in June.
NE Texas...that's cool...same area of the state where our hostess with the mostest...Ms T, resides. [her profile states Northeasterly Texas] That gate shot is pretty cool too.
Indeed. Maybe some day when I am in Ms. T's area, I will see a Whistling Duck. I always look!
I like the cattle herd on this one.
Thanks, Roan. I wish it was better, but it was one of my "Drive-by" shootings, 65 mph in a big rig.
I like the lines the fences make in the second photo.
The metal work on top of the gate is delightful.I went to grade school and jr. hi in a town east of Dallas. The fence and gate with pretty white lines is well maintained which it has to be to keep the cattle in.
Thank you, Georgette. I spent part of my childhood in S. Texas.
I like how nice and straight the gate is and the herd of cattle decoration on top.Hugs,JB
Thanks, Julia. I thought it was attractive, too.
Just great !! Can't beat that gate...
I'm glad you like this one, Marilyn.
They look like high maintenance but secure fences to keep those cattle from misbehaving.
I'm not sure about the maintenance, but they do look secure!
Love those fences!
Thanks, Beth. I'm glad you like them, too.
I did not even see the decoration on top of the gate till I enlarged the photo...love it.
This was the best I could do at 65 mph, in a big rig with huge side mirrors! Ha!
Perhaps the brown grass isn't a good sign (too dry in your area?) but I love the warm neutral tones on your pics.Thanks for stopping by to see my first entry to Good Fences.
It was the dead of Winter when I was out on the road with Bill, my husband. Thanks, CJ.
That is sure is good looking fencing. I would have liked to have had that when I had horses. Great pictures. Take care.
I like the clean lines and the critters.
There is no shortage of these fences in Texas. I like Texas. Thanks for visiting my First Fence.
I agree! Texas has a lot of fences!
These are cool fences! I love how they run through the photos - nice compositions.
Thank you, Carola. What a neat comment.
Good detail at 60 MPH ... I love when people make their fence into a meaningful piece of art. This is really cute ... who says a fence is a fence :)Andrea @ From the Sol
I agree. I love these critters.
Nice fence and I like the iron metal work on top of the gate!Visiting from Good Fences #9.~Lindy
I do, too, Lindy! Thanks!
Thanks, nookworm. That's what caught my eye.
Thank you, Linda.
I love the addition of the metal piece on top! Very cool gate!
I do, too. It is unique!
nice. love the little animals on the top.
Me, too. I thought it was pretty cool.
I love these! They make me a little homesick, though.
Thanks, Mama Zen. I am glad you came by!
I love the horse rider on the top of the gate.peter
I am glad that you like this!
What a fun gate. Loving the scene on top of the gate. Hopefully someday you could stop and get a close-up of the gate.
Ida, I hope so, but cannot guarantee it. In a big rig, it is hard to pull in to places like this. There are a lot of laws and restrictions on 18 wheelers.
It's so pretty!
Unique! That rancher has his/her own style.
I thought so, too. It is obvious what is important.
Love the "art" on top of the gate - nice original touch. They sure are nicer then the fences I used to help mend in my younger days. Probably less slivers too.
It is pretty "Texas".
Lovely fences, and I enjoy how they are decorated with the wrought iron figures.
Thanks, I love wrought iron.
I like that gate with the critter sillouhettes on the top.
Me, too. Thanks, Pamela.
Pretty design. I remember, distinctly, looking for a place to get a drink of water, during a hot 106 degree day in DFW. I was out in the 'country' and there were quite a few farms.Love the quote your have about animal rights.Peace :)
Chandra, that is my favourite quote, and one that I deeply believe. Thanks!
Ann, what a cool fence and especially that gate...really unique! You have some awesome photos of some cute critters on your header too :)
Thanks for noticing my FurKids, Debby!
Very nice captures of t's territory!!
Isn't it cool? I may see a Whistler one day!
Sweet shots! Sometimes I miss those squatty mesquite trees in Texas. :)
Thanks, Gail. They are really unique.
Wow! This perfect! Great captures. It sure is pretty there! Trucking has perks!
Trucking is rough! But, yes, there are some perks, too.
Just like being in a Texas film:)
Ha! Thanks, Joy.
What a fun fence. Sure must be in Texas!
There are many cool fences in Texas. I hope to capture some more.
very spacious countryside there it seems
Indeed, Gerald. It is a very wide open range.
I love the wide open space and blue sky!
That is what I like about Texas, too.
Although the fences are too "new" for me, the space is great!...:)JP
I agree, I love the "old" stuff the best!