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photoblog image Old fenceline

Old fenceline

                     For what, I don't know.

Old fenceline

                     For what, I don't know.

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I can't imagine.... maybe sheep in days gone by?
This is great in B&W!
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Elizabeth, but what would Sheep eat here....Maybe for Rattlers...Oh,but that wouldn't work would it smile
  • Bonnie
  • United States
  • 25 Apr 2019, 02:32
You found leading lines in the most interesting place. Love the cacti, too.
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Bonnie, I was intrigued as to what the fence had been for, I liked its dilapidation.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 Apr 2019, 06:35
Somebody's abandoned dreams I guess..
Frank L Croston.: Could be Chris, we'll probably never know.
Someone owned the land, perhaps now they own the bit next door.
Frank L Croston.: I would think its a property thing Bill.
It was put there to stop goats wondering off, but the Bandits came and nicked them.
Frank L Croston.: Yeh, that'll be it....smile
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 25 Apr 2019, 09:09
I think it is no longer fit for purpose Frank.
Frank L Croston.: I think it would fail the trades description act as a fence Andrew....
Great shot and an intriguing question. I like that strange looking Cactus almost centre picture.
Frank L Croston.: Thank you Brian, thats a 'Prickly Pear', and I can tell you from experience that you don't want to fall into one ! More prickles than pears !
My guess would be land ownership.
Frank L Croston.: Mine also Mary.
Probably just a property boundary.
Frank L Croston.: My thoughts too Tom.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Apr 2019, 14:55
To keep the rattlesnakes out? More like to denote the extend of someone's property. B&W suits this.
Frank L Croston.: I was joking....Probably Alan, I thought b/w worked better. Thanks.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Apr 2019, 16:04
Great processing, looks like there is interesting plant life to be seen (and probably things LURKING)
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Anne, LOTS of plant life here, talk to my resident horticulturist about it smile
Oh yes, certainly things lurking....
it's a great b&w Frank... the old fence line posts come through well....petersmile
Frank L Croston.: Thanks Peter, I thought b/w suited the subject.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 26 Apr 2019, 13:13
For separating the Ranchers and the Farmers?
Frank L Croston.: Not likely where it is Ray, no farms, no ranches.

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