A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
so creative. great for FF. (:
It takes clever hands to build clever fences!Sky Wire
Wow...can you imagine the work involved in making this fence! Love it!
Cool! A truly indigenous fence.
After you explained how it was made, I started wondering - wouldn't it be easier to use the living vines...Sorry to hear about your brother, and sorry that your niece had to be the one to find him!!
A beautiful natural fence.Costas
unique in its rustic beauty.
Very creative fence. I like it!
It must have taken a lot of dedication to create, and it's beautiful. I enjoyed the Monacan Village link, I place I'd like to see.
Wonderful example for today's theme. Well done!
I really like it...it is different.
Wonderful where alike is possible. Made me think about 'to fit or not'. Please have a good weekend.
Neat looking fence.
I always like seeing these.
Neat fence!! :)
Wonder if the Indians were the original "wattlers"? I've seen this type of fence in historic villages and in Sweden--and Ireland. Love how it looks as a decorative fence for flower or vegetable gardens
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rustic, making for a good photo!
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Love this wattle fencing! It has a very Native American feel to it.
Really interesting, and so pretty. Kind of restful, somehow.
Pretty effective fencing, I would think.
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