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Friday, May 3, 2013

Friday Fences - Blue Ridge Park


Tuesday evening, Braden and Dalton had a baseball game at Blue Ridge Park. While they were warming up, I walked down the hill to photograph a barn (thinking ahead Barn Charmers!) and noticed this fence that runs right into the jungle!

The game tied. Dalton played catcher and Braden pitched. What a team they make!

Linking with Friday Fences ... have a great weekend! Stay out of trouble!

35 comments:

  1. And the jungle seems to be growing over the fence too!

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  2. Love that with all the overgrowth!

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  3. that is too wild that we both took "jungle" shots ... so cool. have a great weekend. ( :

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  4. that's a rather overgrown fence

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  5. some high school coach will be happy in a few years. It does look like a jungle.

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  6. And there is something about that there that says, it needs exploring!! Great shot

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  7. Do you know those projections of what New York City would look like in 15 years without people? 25 years? 100 years??? This fence is a subtle reminder that things left unattended revert to chaos. Always a good reminder!

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    1. oh that's a great comparison! i've seen those projections, scary huh?! happens so quickly!

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  8. beautiful, overgrown old thing!

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  9. Hi Tanya,

    I posted a comment about a week ago from one of your post about a year ago regarding Ransone's Drugstore. I stumbled across your blog when I googled Ransone's Drugstore looking for an image of my grandfather's store. I was just wandering if you received it; I'm not really familiar with this type of forum, etc. Anyway, I submitted some info for you about my grndfather, Willie Ransone, and the store. Hope you got it, and thanks for the interest in the drugstore.

    Best regards,

    Will Ransone

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    1. Hi Mr. Ransone, I did and thank you! i have one picture of the inside right here http://monroega.blogspot.com/search?q=ransone%27s+fountain if you haven't seen that one yet!

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  10. How mysterious. It makes a beautiful photo!

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  11. I like the abandoned overgrowth feel of this, very dramatic!

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  12. It looks as if the jungle is winning, but this does make a wonderful photo.

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  13. It looks like another of the world's forgotten fences....pretty picture though.

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  14. The bushes and trees look like eerie figures! Have a great weekend!

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  15. Don't think I would have crawled into the thicket to see where it ended. genie

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  16. Definitely overgrown! But photoworthy.

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  17. I wonder if that overgrowth will come alive. Hope you are having a super weekend!

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  18. Very cool. Last week's Friday Fences was great too--I don't always comment on everything because it takes too long to load but I usually scan back a few posts if I missed them. Fences, like windows, are cool.

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  19. A bit like life... so complicated at times.

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  20. Looks like that poor fence is struggling.

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  21. The fence is in danger of being completely hidden soon. :)

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