Thursday, June 4, 2015

Good Fences~

Hi Good Fence Friends~
Welcome to another Thursday of

Today my good fences were found with a few friends included.


This sweet goat was very interested in my visit
and watched very still as I took his picture!



This pretty horse just keeps right on having lunch!
Love the berries trailing on the top rail.
Look at his eye, he knows I'm there and well aware.


Same with these longhorns. 
I'm best to keep my distance.



And the donkeys, 
well, they seem to be walking in circles.

All these friends, posing by good fences of wood posts and barbed wire.

Thanks for stopping by.

Celestina Marie

joining


48 comments:

My little ✂ cottage said...

Lovely blog friend, always nice to read a blog of yours...warm and encouraging, have a nice dat!

EG CameraGirl said...

The goat looks so cute watching you! Yes, keep your distance from the longhorns. ;)

Jacquelineand.... said...

Lovely bunch of friends you have there, but the fence with berries and horse was truly sweet!

eileeninmd said...

I love all the cute critters and the fence scenes. Wonderful photos. This would also be a great post for my critter party on Saturday! Have a happy day!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I like 'em all!! The critters AND the fences.

Junkchiccottage said...

Good Morning Celeste,
The goat picture is adorable. It just made me smile to look at it. You have the prettiest fences and wonderful critters inside those fences. Love seeing your good fence pics.
Kris

Cranberry Morning said...

What fun farm animal photos this morning! Such a nice way to start the morning...along with my coffee, of course. :-)

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely fence and loads of cute animals to see. I always like looking over fences and through gates to see what's at the other side! Hugs, Valerie

Stacey said...

Great pictures of some of our Texas sights. :)

The horse is so pretty!

Creations By Cindy said...

Awe...farm animals are so adorable. The smell...not so much so. Ha! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

TexWisGirl said...

loved them all! great critters and great fences in front of them!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Celeste,
Good Morning! I see your thoughtful and inspiring comments on so many of the lovely blogs which I visit and felt it was way past time to visit you.
So, today I would like to wish you a marvelous one and say how adorable these little goats are!
Included your inspiring blog on my blogroll as well.
Hugs,
Jemma

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Celeste,
I love this Thursday good fences, but honestly didn't look at the fences just the beautiful sweet animals behind them. I adore Goats when my son was young both he and I would always stop when we would see Goats and enjoy their company. There was a petting zoo that we were regulars at. I must say the horse, I love horses too is just absolutely beautiful. But hey who am I kidding I love everyone of God's sweet creatures.
Love coming for a visit to your post Celeste, you've got the kindest heart.
Sending love,
Vera

Lea said...

Great photos! I especially like the horse!

Art and Sand said...

Lovely photos of great views.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

YEEEEEEEEE! My favorite creatures! I LOVE GOATS and horses? My ultimate favorites. They are slick; they keep a good eye on their visitors and environment while pretending or rather EATING away!

And thank you sweet friend for coming to welcome me back. HUGS! Anita

Birdman said...

The berries against the horse, through the fencing. Pretty cool.

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

You alwsy treat us to a special delight when we visit your blog, Celeste. You have such a wonderful eye for design and things of interest! Your pictures are wonderful! Love these fences with friends!

Margaret Adamson said...

Love all the animals aand the fences they ae behind.

Christine said...

lots going on and great for photos of all the animals! great fences too!
I enjoyed visiting!
Best wishes!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

I loved looking at the fences & goat horse & donkey photos! How lucky you are to see such beautiful animals & scenery! Have a wonderful day!
Julie

Kelly-Anne said...

Oh, I do so love country fences...reminds me so much of the farm we lived on years ago - there were cows, sheep and two horses! I loved your photographs, Celestina...always lovely visiting with you:)
Hope you've had a lovely week so far...it has been stormy and rainy since Sunday - our electricity was off almost all day today...a tree must have fallen on the power line! So I am doing a bit of blog catching up now:)
Sending you much love today!
Kelly-Anne

1CardCreator said...

Lovely photos! ~Diane

carolann said...

The horse and fence caught my eyes, As I like horses.

Felicia said...

absolutely wonderful fence images.

love the white horse capture.

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Love the animals that the fence is keeping them in their space. The goat looks like she wants to be friends.
This is a great post on your fences.

Have a great weekend.
Mary

Linda Young said...

Great photos, my favorite is the sweet horse and the fence trailing berries! I also love to stop my car, get out, and walk up to a fence very slowly and get a closer look at these beautiful creatures. It makes me feel whole, peaceful and grateful for God's amazing creations and all the beauty that surrounds us, but is oft forgotten if I am too busy to "stop and smell the roses". There are so many simple pleasures along the road, and we have to take the time, and have eyes to see them. I think I should be living in the country. I enjoyed your post!

Nancy's Notes said...

Oh just love your fence shots! It's so fun to catch such sweet animals and when they just stop and look at us, love it! Great post!
Nancy

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Celestina Marie,

Always love seeing what is behind the fences, love the goat and horse and such lovely pasture.
Have a happy weekend
hugs
Carolyn

Sola Scriptura said...

What a fun post. I love meeting new "friends" like these. I hope you're keeping well.

Cynthia said...

Gorgeous. So tranquil and beautiful animals. I must say horses frighten me a bit. They're so big and strong

Cindy

Alessandra said...

I love seeing your good fence pics.Farms animals are very adorable
Hugs
Alessandra

Stephanie said...

Hello lovely lady! I thoroughly enjoyed this post with your pretty fences and sweet animals :) Have a beautiful weekend. Hugs!

Ida said...

What a fun bunch of critters to greet you at these fences. I enjoyed them all but especially the horse with the berries on the fence and the donkeys.

Rebecca Nelson said...

Hi old friend...how are you? I just had to come by and see what you are up to. What a wonderful surprise... Love all the amazing fences AND all of God's creatures...

We've been busy finishing up our kitchen remodel. So much drama, trauma, chaos and strife...but by golly we are on the other side of tough days and I'm happy to have my life back.

Hope you are well.

Love to you~

Rebecca @A Gathering Place

doodles n daydreams said...

Wonderful four legged friends. And so good of them to pose behind some fences for you :)

Diana

Rose said...

You really have some good shots...I love the one with the horse and the berries or whatever trailing over the fence.

cynthia lee designs said...

You had some great helpers with your photos of Good Fences!!
hugs,
Cindy

Consider It All Joy said...

Love all the little friends you photographed with this week's fences! Would be great if you turned this into a little linky party :) Just Sayin'!! Many blessings, Cindy

Claudia said...

Hi Celeste,
thank you for wondderful pictures again, fences, farm-animals, always so nice to see!
Wishing you a wonderful , lovely weekend,
sending Love and hugs and blessings, my dear friend!
Claudia xo

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh how I love that horse; yesterday after viewing your blog, I told my husband to take me down the road to the University of Minnesota's Equine Center, thinking I could grab a look at some equines. NOT! It's a research hospital and the "patients" are out in some far away pasture! GRRRRR....I so want to pet a horse's nose.

Thank you dear, dear Celeste for visiting my post. You are sweet! OK! Let's get this summer vacation off the ground!

John's Island said...

Hi Celestina Marie, Always a pleasure to stop by your blog. Enjoyed the photos! Thank you for sharing and for your kind "Happy June" and may I wish you the same.

Dorthe said...

So many different sweet friends, all behind wonderful old fashioned fences !!
The horse is a beauty, and I too love the red berries on the rail, dear Celestina Marie !
I wish you a most lovely weekend, my friend.
Hugs,Dorthe

handmade by amalia said...

Such pretty photos. I love the wildlife, nothing like that around here.
Amalia
xo

Marcia Pilar said...

Celeste, my friend, how are you? I have so much catching up to do returning visits. Running out the door now, but looking forward to stopping by tomorrow with my morning cup of coffee.
Have a beautiful weekend, love.
Always love your good fences.
xoxo

Mildred said...

Very sweet photos and great fences. Wishing you a blessed weekend.

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh gorgeous photos. These are all familiar to me as we have our own Angora mohair goats - just a small herd whose mohair I love to dye and use in my mixed media work.
These are beautiful these horses, donkies and goats and I know only too well the importance of good timber posts and fencing especially when you have a huge flower and tree garden on the other side.
Have a wonderful weekend Celeste,
Suzy x

Kathy said...

I think that goat must keep that lawn freshly manicured!

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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..