PHOTO OF THE DAY — FENCELINES AND FROSTY TREES

Beauty in the strangest places — even in hoar frost on a barb wire fence.   (I detest barb wire because of what it can do to tangled horses, by the way.)  The old rail fence among the frosted trees steals the show anyway.

Contrasting fences amid hoar frost 12-20-2011 Photo by Smiles

:} Smiles

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2 Responses to PHOTO OF THE DAY — FENCELINES AND FROSTY TREES

  1. Wow! Smiles….this is fantastic!

    I’m glad that I discovered your blog….quite by accident, too.

    Your old friend, Rog….from Yakima.

    • Smiles says:

      Hi Rog!
      So glad you found this blog. I have another one, too… “History Happening in Naches Watershed Washington State” “Remembering the Nile area stories”. That blog is sadly neglected at present, but I think of it every day. There’s so MUCH, and I don’t know where to start. Need to link to it and make pages on both blogs regarding the books. I’m being nagged a little to do an ebook.
      Thanks for your kind words.
      :} S

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