This week's shoot out theme is courtesy of Sandra Leigh of Amazing Voyages of the Turtle. "All over my town there are fences - tall ones and short ones, old and new, elegant and shabby. They all have something to say - like "Keep out," "Be careful!" (like this one) or "Stay right where you are," "I'm utterly exhausted" or "Look at me. Aren't I splendid?" Some have gates; others simply define a space or support a heavy vine. What kinds of fences are there in your town? Do they really make good neighbours? Or do they just isolate us?"
I encourage you to go and see everyone's contributions here or here.
I have a few shots of fences, and this week I have just been disturbed by running across a poisoned squirrel to shoot much else. As a result you may have seen these images before.
I like this fence, mostly because it's interesting to look at, on a curve, and see through.
Same Fence - from the other side:
Ok, in looking at all of my fence photos - I think I only take what interests me:
And my favorite of the lot - the fence isn't actually that interesting, it's the shadow that I adore!