Thursday, October 2, 2014

Good Fences #28


Wills Point, Texas
...more views from a semi-truck window.





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29 comments:

  1. Nice welcoming gate and pretty crape myrtle. I just "mooed" to the cows over the fence. :) Is that a pipe or wood fence?

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  2. The crepe myrtle is beautiful, a very pretty entrance gate! Lovely fence shots! Enjoy your day!

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  3. Love how the gate is flanked by those trees. Nice find!

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  4. I agree with Tanya that the entrance looks very tidy!

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  5. Excellent gate photo...the "A" must stand for Anni ... or Ann. Either way, we both would love that gate on our Texas ranch, right? The flowering crepe myrtles are a great way to frame in the area too.

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  6. I really like that smart gateway.

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  7. It's fun to imagine you with your camera in your lap ready for a neat shot along the road. Gives us a feeling of being free to wander! Nice picture.

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  8. You are getting really good at shooting out the window..I know that is hard to do, when I try, I usually get blurs.

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  9. Great shots from the window of opportunity!...:)JP

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  10. I love this tidy entrance with the beautiful flowering trees on each side and the nice black fence with the cattle. Lovely place.

    Hugs,
    JB

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  11. wills point! you really were in my neck of the woods! :)

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  12. Oh, your white crepe myrtle look gorgeous by the beautiful entrance (fence). Yes,"Great minds think alike."(^_^)v And the scene cattle behind the black fence is wonderful.

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  13. Perfectly lovely. You take the best photos from that window!

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  14. Of course the name Wills Point has me curious as to how it got that name. Oh Google.

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  15. The fences in Texas just can't be beat!

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  16. You certainly see lots of great stuff while traveling around. - Those trees look so pretty on both side of the gate. The cows look mighty content there. I liked both your fences/gate shots.

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  17. The trees on either side of the gate are lovely and I love the rural in the 2nd shot.

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  18. What an attractive gate and flowering greenery!

    Visiting from Good Fences #28.

    Lindy

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  19. Nice photos and the fence is lovely.
    But, so many alcoholic cows? Whoda thunk? :)

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  20. Definitely an entrance done Texas style.

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  21. great views. at least you sit up high and can see around.

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  22. I like that gate...plain and simple with just a little curve to it.

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  23. Nice ones! And with an "A" too. :)

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  24. The flowering trees on either side of the gate are lovely; an unexpected touch in that part of the country I would think.

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