Views are spectacular from George's place. And where else would you find a brick wall around a pasture? :-)Janis must be having some technical difficulties today--Friday Fences not in my blogroll yet. I think we can use the old sign up list since the same set of characters usually play each week.
It's looking so wintery there! Love the brick fence. :)
Aaaah a day of history...very interesting place. Like the brick work! Sorry so late getting this up!!
Looks bleak but worth a good walk before back home to warm up!
It's been years, Tanya, since I've been to Mt. Vernon. Nice to see a 'personal' (not postcard) picture of the place again.
Oh I love that view and the fence. B
It does look very cold in this pic... There's so many cool historical places out there on the east coast.Just a reminder not to forget to swing by Wednesday evenings around 6pm CST to link up for the new Watery Wednesday... and, of course, Mondays at the same time for Barn Charm! =)
What a great fence! It looks cold but I like the look of the bare branches.
pretty brick wall. i'd like one about 8 feet high, please.
It looks like a cold day. :)
If that is the view from the back, then the view from the front must be out of this world!!!
What a pretty brick fence and I love the view behind it! Is that sheep I see in the background?
yes it is!
Beautiful! I would LOVE to visit Mt. Vernon.
you must visit, it's a wonderful place to see!
Very nice shot and it does look cold!! :)
I've always wanted to see this lovely place, great photo! (I only ate orange carrots until I moved to Princeton:))
Very seasonal photo. I would love to build a brick fence someday.
What a beautiful sight. Nice fence.
Another lovely scene, Tanya. And, yes, it does look a tad cold. You stay warm!
Beautiful view and it does look cold!
Fabulous place isn't it? I live in Richmond, VA. Nice to meet you.
An image so different in late fall along the mighty river.
wow, sure does look sparse out there. needs some color. guess it was taken in the winter time? (:
Nice looking lake.
Only the relative warmth of that redbrick fence/wall saves the viewer from experiencing utter desolation! Brr!Banjo String Fence
wondering if those are sheep or boulders in the photo!
That is a pretty shot Tanya! I haven't been to Mt. Vernon in years.
Such a beautiful sight, looking down over the lake.
I'll never see that for myself, so I thank you for posting this picture. Amazing view....I'll bet George sat right there and meditated. :)
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)