A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
Beautiful old fence.I left a long answer on my blog about genealogy."Yes. Since President Lincoln was my cousin, and the whole world has done hi genealogy many times, by the experts, no less, all I had to do was go back on my side until our sides linked up and then it became a book. It goes back to our ancestors who were in a Roman Army Legion and encamped in what is now England. They settled there. Several towns in England were named after our surname, Lincoln. I never thought about blogging about it."
Love the perspective, Tanya. Old cemeteries are so interesting to visit. :)
what a shot. so lovely. i hope it is ok to read other comments ... don't usually do that ... but wow, to be a cousin of abe lincoln ... now that is awesome!! you must have another blog about that genealogy? oh, i sure hope he will blog about ... that would be such fun & great to read. (:
So perfect composition, the fence is beautiful and the blue sky is a gift to our day!Léia
I will trade with you.
I like this one. Nice colors and composition.
That's lovely and peaceful.
I love all the color - the sky, the red gate, and a peek of green grass!Lovely shot!
a nice shot to showcase both. :)
Must be some cattle or horses nearby with that kind of gate.
ha, you would think but that is the gate into the cemetery :)
Interesting fence and it's always good to see blue sky.
There is a lot to say about shooting when trees are bare, I think it adds so much to a photo. Love that fence with the nail almost out... Have a great Friday Tanya!
Looks like spring might be just around the corner
Great shot incorporating the fence and the beautiful blue sky!!
What a lovely capture of serenity, textures and tones.
You're covering all the bases so well with this nice shot. I like the oblique angle you used for getting the fence in the picture. Well done.
I like the composition in this photo.Regards and best wishes
Very cool shot from color to composition!
Oh that is a great shot. I love the angle and the colors.
Awesome shot! two thumbs up!-r1-
Great shot- love that blue sky!
Hi Tanya, I would surely look for Daniel Cloud there. The weather is not cooperating right now it always overcast hopefully tomorrow the sun is out. I think we brought the chilly and cold weather from Michigan hehehe. Thanks for the visit.SWF
Oh I do like me some sky with fence, and especially the shadows! Very nice. RYC: my daughter lives in McDonough, just south of Atlanta. The weather should be beautiful and I'm hoping to spend time in cemeteries and photographing the sky! Have a great weekend!
Really gorgeous scenery! And a wonderful composition. Hugs from Tash
Nicely composed...that old fence just grabs the eye and sends it across the field into the sky!
I'm so jealous of your blue sky! Thank you for the nice note. I appreciate it. :)
I love this rural setting... so beautiful!! Nice photo.
Love this shot...the sky is so beautiful n the fence is so rustic!
Somehow or other it looks cold in this photo even with the grand blue skies. Taken recently? And this is one of those fences that tells a story--thriftiness of the owner, using a mix of what he has on hand?
super blue sky! Patsy from HeARTworks
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A fine SWF entry, Tanya!
I like this angled shot. The ground cover caught my eye.
Beautiful framing thru the opening of the fence! Love the bluest hue of the skies!
A perfect photo for both the memes.
Wonderful fence and sky!
This is a lovely photo, Tanya! The light is gorgeous!
What an adventure to climb through it must be. A bit like home. Thank you. Please have you all a good Sunday.
What a great perspective of the sky and fence. I bet the cemetery is interesting to stroll around. Thanks for visiting my sky. Enjoy the day.
Lovely shot highlighting the fence, but of course that brilliant sky, too!
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)