Thursday, March 19, 2015

Good Fences

Greetings Friends
Welcome to another Thursday 

I found this fence interestingly created from large sticks.

Not sure a good wind wouldn't knock it down,
but it looks to be tied securely to stay put.

Just down a bit from the stick fence was a Texas Oil Well
 Fenced in with barbed wire.

Hope you have a great day.
Thanks for stopping by and see you again soon.

Be Blessed,
Celestina Marie



The Cranky said...

Love that first fence; wouldn't it look great with big white roses twining around and through it!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

That stick fence is quite unique! Can you imagine how much time it took to construct? Crazy!

Tanya Breese said...

that fence looks very old school!

Unknown said...

The first one is my absolute favourite!!!
It's perfect - weathered and grey :))
Have a beautiful day

FAB said...

We have plenty of barbed wire fences here so it is great to see your natural, rustic offering.

Quiltdivajulie said...

The stick fence is simply wonderful.

We too have barbed wire fences - not 'in town' but on the agricultural land that surrounds the metro area.

Donna said...

That is quite the rustic fence,Celestina! It looks much more inviting than that barbed wire one:) I remember getting shocked more than a few times as a little girl on our farm by them. I am still afraid of them to this day!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

So many types to discover when you take the time to obsreve!!!!#

TexWisGirl said...

nice ones! the first is like a coyote fence except the limbs are really tightly placed together. most coyote fences i've seen leave a small gap between them. thanks, celeste!

Junkchiccottage said...

I love that first fence and I agree with Jacqueline it needs some pretty wild roses inter mingling with it. So cute.

Anonymous said...

Always fun to see the fences from around the world on Good Fences. Hope you have a lovely day.

Linda M. said...

Celeste, I too like the "stick" fence as you say. I'm sure that it took quite some time and quite a few sticks to put that together. Thanks for sharing. Joyous Wishes, Linda

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Celeste I love the first fence of sticks, graphically interesting and texturally cool.

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Celestina,

I love all of these fences and the first on is so unique made from sticks! I love all of your photos of fences you share and so interesting.

Thanks for your sweet comment on the spring wreath I made for guest blogging at Tuula's blog.

Have a nice day and weekend.

Julie xo

Claudia said...

Hi Celeste,
very different fences you have today... I like the first one!
It really looks so special!
Thank you for sharing!
Have a wonderful and blessed weekend, my friend!
Sending Love and hugs,
Claudia xo

Anonymous said...

Celeste, the stick fence is so unusual!I love the texture in it. I have seen some really cool craft projects with barbed wire lately. Two fences in great contrast to each other. I hope you're having a wonderful week!

1CardCreator said...

Great photos! ~Diane

Cindy Lou said...

Love the stick fence! So farmy!

A Colorful World said...

Great fences! Really nice shots from good ole Texas!

Valerie-Jael said...

Love the creative stick fence! Hugs, Valerie

Rose said...

Oh, I love fences like that stick fence!

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

the sticks are all different heights but put together is works as a fence.

Pauline said...

I, too, like the stick fence. Someone has gone to a lot of trouble to weave the sticks together.

Shug said...

I'm running late tonight...trying to catch up on fence post. I love these fence post fences. My husband is working on one for me and I can't wait for him to finish the project. Very neat!!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Celestina Marie,

I love the stick fence and could not be more different to the barbed wire one.
Hope you are enjoying your week and wishing you a great weekend ahead


Feral Turtle said...

I love that old fence. It would be perfect for keeping deer out of a garden.

Lois said...

That first fence looks pretty amazing and I imagine it took a long time to create. Lovely shots!

Linda Walker said...

That is an interesting stick fence. What is the horizontal support made from besides the wire?

Debbie said...

Oh how I love that first fence!
Great photos today!
Have a wonderful weekend, Celestina!

Unknown said...

Celestina, Nice post about our Texas fences.

Rue said...

That really is an interesting fence!

I had a great time catching up with you this morning, Celestina. I would have loved to go junking in that little town. You certainly found some great treasures :)


Anonymous said...

Hi Celeste! Now these fences are truly Texas and a great reminder of the pump jacks! Thank you always for being such a wonderful blog friend and your kind comments. Have a lovely weekend.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Alessandra said...

I love the first one because it' s very original and unique. Have a lovely week end.

cynthia lee designs said...

Great fences you shared today!!

Sola Scriptura said...

What an interesting fence! I'm sure a lot of work went into building that!

Julie Marie said...

Love all of the Texas fences!... I am sure there is an unlimited supply in your beautiful area!... xoxo... Julie Marie

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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..