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Utah barn

          This type of wooden fence is known as Horse high, Bull stout, and Pig tight...Old western advice

Utah barn

          This type of wooden fence is known as Horse high, Bull stout, and Pig tight...Old western advice

comments (13)

It makes for a very Western landscape...
Frank L Croston.: That it does, Larry.
the blossoms/leaves to the right are a striking feature in this excellent presentation, Frank.
Frank L Croston.: They were very striking, Ayush. Thank you.
  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 3 May 2017, 03:52
Looks like it has been assisted by the addition of a taller, more durable, steel fence, Frank.
Frank L Croston.: So it has, Ray, but not as attractive.
Great comp, Frank!!
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, M'am.
What fence, Frank??? All I could see was that fabulous barn until I looked for your fence. HA!
Frank L Croston.: It was the barn that I saw first, Ginnie, the fence was rather overgrown, it must have been quite a few years old, like the barn.
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 3 May 2017, 06:40
Brilliant fence and I love the description. The rest of the picture is OK too!
Frank L Croston.: I'd only found out that information earlier that day, so was pleased to come across this example.
Thanks, Elisabeth.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 3 May 2017, 06:41
Terrific composition with that blossom and them thar distant snow capped things Frank..
Frank L Croston.: Thank you, Chris, I was lucky to be able to include all the three elements I wanted in the shot, tree, fence, barn, distant snow capped things were a bonus. smile
Good information Frank. I see that you chose b&w for this image, surely for good reasons.
Frank L Croston.: I had just earlier that day come across a fence the same at a visitors centre that told me all about it, otherwise seeing this I would have had no idea. As for the b/w, I must have had a good reason....But what it was eludes me smile
Makes a fine picture in b&w if possibly a tad over sharpened?
Frank L Croston.: Thanks, Bill, I didn't think so...Could be you have a better monitor, or eyes, or both ! smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 3 May 2017, 10:35
Put some veggies on the other side and watch a herd of goats go through that fence. Very difficult customers.

Excellent picture like HDR turned b&w.
Frank L Croston.: Oh yes, any fence, they can get through, their heads at least smile Thanks, Louis, thats exactly what it is.
Looks like ranch country. Very nice!
Frank L Croston.: This area was, Mary, thanks.
Shame the modern wire fence has been installed.
Frank L Croston.: I thought the same, Brian, but the old one was in bad repair.
  • Alan
  • Carlisle
  • 4 May 2017, 06:05
it's the sort of fence that us Brits would call Next to Useless, or Good for Ripping Holes in Your Legs on the Barbed Wire. The barn looks to be a photographer's dream.
Frank L Croston.: It was the barn I was interested in, but couldn't get any closer because of the fence...smile

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