Thursday, February 2, 2012

Don't Forget to Shut the Gate


I wish I knew the point of this fence. It's pretty enough but so odd. It's been this way for years; not attached to anything, not enclosing anything.



19 comments:

Linda said...

I love the fence to nowhere, enclosing nothing...very interesting! Makes you wonder the purpose!

Cloudia said...

tribute to the futility of keeping it all in!


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nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Such an interesting shot..

Carletta said...

That's really kind of creepy. :)
It did however make for great blog fodder!

Carole M. said...

a lovely fence, and gate

Beth said...

great shot. i always wonder why folks do little decorative fences like this?? makes me wonder even more? (:

Rebecca said...

Interesting. Something decorative...but not decorating anything. LOL.

SportyMummy said...

Very interesting! one just has to wonder why the fence is there??

Jan n Jer said...

That is weird...maybe it was a job they started n couldn't afford to finish!

Daryl Edelstein said...

maybe its a rogue art installation

Debbie said...

cute....maybe just for looking at!!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, that's rather funny! i like it, though!

Crafty Gardener said...

it looks like just a corner fence by a driveway, interesting photo

Bridget Larsen said...

Love picket fences
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Ron said...

As soon as I saw this image, I couldn't help but be reminded of a very similar type fence I once saw in a European movie, that led into a cemetery. But the odd thing about it was that it was like your photo...it didn't enclose the cemetery or even come close to it, but rather quite a distance away.

GREAT shot, Dianne!

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Mike Golch said...

I've seen a few of these fences in my life's travels as well.makes me think that the fences did enclose something at one time.

Patti said...

Maybe it used to enclose something? Only thing I can think of.

Guess one doesn't need to shut the gate!

Marie said...

And I LIKE it! Very unique.

EG Wow said...

It does leave a lot to the imagination, doesn't it?