Fences and Flowers

It’s Sunday again; my how time flies.  Work, meetings, skirt chores and helping the Hubby will do that to a person.

This old wooden fence shows some rustic characteristics with its cracked posts.  It’s in the same neighbor’s yard as the wagon wheels.  I like the personality the deer skulls add to the fence.

Here is the southern portion of the same fence.

The petals on these flower have not fallen to autumns cool nights.  The blooms are still bright and pretty.

These white flowers may be an ordinary color, but the beauty they add to the yard is delightful.

I had to look this one up: Bokeh is the artistic character of an out-of-focus area within a picture.  I took this picture when I was in Nebraska.  This chicken sits on Mom and Dad’s deck rail.

Some days we may feel like our dreams have fallen.  Some days we may feel broken or fenced in.  But, through our cracks comes the not so ordinary light of hope.  This ray of light gives us reason to continue to move forward, to see beauty in the blur of life.  Tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start.


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18 Responses to Fences and Flowers

  1. Pat says:

    Love the deck chicken!

  2. Barb says:

    Are the flowers cosmos? They sure are pretty. You got a great bokeh on the chicken photo. I never seem to be able to do that.
    Have a great Sunday.

  3. Stephanie says:

    I love how creative you are to tie the photos together with the clerly written passage.

  4. Brandi says:

    Love that fence! Great use of those skulls. And those flowers are beautiful!

  5. Carletta says:

    Love them all!
    I’m guessing your neighbors are deer hunters. 🙂
    Your closing paragraph was pure poetry – lovely!

    • Robyn says:

      Poetry, that is a great compliment. Thank You, Carletta! Yes, the neighbor was a hunter in his younger days, deer and antelope.

  6. Linda R says:

    I enjoyed seeing your photos for this weeks hunt. Well done.

  7. heather says:

    That fence is AWESOME, and those are very pretty flowers.

  8. Love those racks on the fence.. and the Cosmos, they are so hardy aren’t they?? Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #49!

  9. Nancy says:

    Cute post, Robyn — love how you worked all of the prompts into your descriptions. Thank you for sharing at Your Sunday Best this week.

  10. Candy C. says:

    Great Scavenger Hunt finds, especially the chubby chicken!! 🙂

  11. Teresa says:

    Beautiful series! I love the fence. That chicken looks like a Buddha hen.

  12. Janis says:

    Love the fence and the skulls on it!

  13. Karrie says:

    Love your fence with cattle horns.

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