Freedom or bondage,
keeping in or keeping out,
or just giving safe parameters to my exploration.
Love the photos…especially the barbed wire and the wooden fence post shots! Well done. 🙂
Yeah, I love the contrast of the clouds and blue skies and the gnarliness of razor wire.
Beautiful, Lilly. I especially love the first and last images.
Thanks. Some favorite places I come to again and again.
Someone once said, “Good fences make good neighbors.” Don’t think that is necessarily true, though. Razor wire is nasty.
Just read that in class today–Robert Frost, “Mending Wall.” Good fences do make good neighbors, but they can also contribute to isolation. Depends. This wire hopefully keeps nuts from going dunking in the aqueduct!
Great pictures. If good fences did make good neighbours they would sell like hot cakes.
True. It is interesting, though, when we lived in a small town in Georgia with no fences, there seemed to be more community trust.
I love your post on “Fences.” Beautiful photos and perspective on the subject!
Thanks. Walls and fences can be a fun subject, for sure.
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