Thursday, June 18, 2015

Good Fences

Mixing Wood and Stone

Welcome to another Thursday of

Mixing wood and stone posts with a zigzag pattern for this low fence in a well groomed 
country side.


An easy jump for the horses near by as it opens up to another area no longer in a zig zag pattern,
and without the stone posts.
A very peaceful place for a good fence.

Thanks for stopping by.
Have a blessed day!

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53 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, the stone and wood fence is very pretty. Beautiful countryside and fence scene. Have a happy day!

EG CameraGirl said...

Quite attractive!

Maggie said...

The fields and hedgerows look so like the ones I see from my own windows, so bucolic!

Thanks for visiting Normandy today.

Kim said...

There are so many unique and pretty fences in your neck of the woods! I live in the land of white pickets. Your enclosures are much more interesting!

Valerie-Jael said...

These fences are very well made, thanks for sharing. Hugs, Valerie

Phil Slade said...

The zigzag fence is unusual. Does the design have a purpose or is it simply decorative I wonder?

Jan Tanis said...

Loving the fences and the beautiful scenery! Thanks for sharing...

Hugs,
Jan ♥

Andy Wilson said...

Interesting architectural design

Donna said...

Very pretty, Celestina! You have an impressive amount of fences down there in TX! Have a great day:)

Stacey said...

You find the prettiest fences around our wonderful state. :)

Stacey said...

You find the prettiest fences around our wonderful state. :)

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

That's a great fence. Love the stone and wood combo. It's nice to see countryside pictures in your area. After going to Portland and visiting the city I realized just how much more I love the country vs. the city.

Coastal Cottage Dreams said...

Beautiful countryside and fencing.....

Karen S. said...

A stunning presentation!

Karen S. said...

I forgot to mention that is one cool fencing too, the posts are incredible!

TexWisGirl said...

i like it, but i bet whoever mows near it must dread that zig-zag. :)

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Good morning Celestina Marie! I have never seen a wood and stone fence like this one. It fits perfectly with the landscape. We live near some large estates and I am sure I will be noticing fences more today! Our Texas family is here away from the deluge in Dallas. I hope you are staying high and dry too!

Creations By Cindy said...

I think that stone and wood are beautiful together! Dang girl, you have me wanting to go around now and find fences! LOL! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Okio B Designs said...

Lovely! And nice view too. Our only views here are our neighbors. =(

Jeanine

LJ S said...

Celestina, The fence is unique and mowing around it would be challenging.
Nice post! LJ

Christine said...

I like the mix of stone and wood! Very pretty rural scenes! Thanks!

Claudia said...

Hi Celeste, my dear friend, this Zig Zag fence is wonderful! So different, but really funny! And, it is amazing, that you always can show us so many different and beautiful fences!
Wishing you a wonderful rest of the week,
sending Love and hugs and blessings!
Hope, the heavy rain stopped!
Claudia xo

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Celeste,
Texas sure has very intriguing and interesting fences. I appreciate you participating in this series on Thursdays, you always share different styles. This weeks is indeed intriguing!
Thank you for your visit the other day I always welcome and enjoy your comments.
xoxo,
Vera

Ivy and Elephants said...

I'd love to have a big sprawling property with a fence just like this around it. Beautiful!
Hugs,
Patti

Angélica D said...

Buenos días querida celestina !! Que lindo paisaje campestre

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I've never paid attention to fences until you and another blogger I follow joined "Good Fences". Thank you for your kind words on the Flea....Oh goodness, I am still recovering with a storage unit a mess and my garage...So much yet to do, but no hurry!

Carol

Margaret Adamson said...

these 2 materials make for a lovely fence

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

That's a pretty fence, but looks like it might take a lot of upkeep with the bed under it. I was going to say the horses could jump that-. Have a super day!

Buttons Thoughts said...

What a beautiful unusual fence, I really like it. B

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful fences!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It's beautiful and you took wonderful photos! Looks so peaceful and serene. Enjoy your day my friend. Hugs, Diane

Sola Scriptura said...

I do enjoy your series of "Good Fences" You always find such interesting fences to photograph!

Sola Scriptura said...

I do enjoy your series of "Good Fences" You always find such interesting fences to photograph!

Ida said...

The Zigzag pattern is really cool looking and I like the stone pillars. - Your presentation of this fence was lovely.

Shelia said...

Oh, this is a very nice and neat fence! Love this. Hope you're getting ready for a nice weekend coming up. Thanks always for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Love the fence. You are really finding some good ones. Thanks so much for sharing. Getting hot here. Guess I should complain, but where's the RAIN.
Have a great weekend.
Mary

Junkchiccottage said...

Such beautiful country side and gorgeous fence. Love the stone added. Very pretty.
Kris

Mildred said...

Very Pretty!!!
It's fun to search for fence shots each week, isn't it?
Have a good evening.

My Garden Diaries said...

I love anything with a wood and stone combination! So very pretty! Wishing you a lovely Friday!! Nicole xo

Kathy said...

Gorgeous landscape!

Createology said...

This is quite the interesting stone and wood zig-zag fence. I have reviewed your previous posts and am caught up now. I always enjoy visiting you dear...June JOY.

Consider It All Joy said...

I love the rustic elegance that the stone brings to the weathered wood! Great fence this week! Many blessings, Cindy

jandi said...

beautiful fences in beautiful surroundings...

La Petite Gallery said...

Very different, Must have cost a pretty penny.
I am just upset, my new Gardner has been
working on a small rock Garden for TWO days now
and not finished yet, and it won't be either.
He makes $8 an hour at work and charges $15 hr
to garden. I have done that Garden for years.
I don't mind paying but he is milking
it for all it's worth. This 79 yr old cow just went dry.
I am so upset with these who pray on old people.
My neighbor just got ripped off also.

I think I'll just have a wild Garden next year.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Wood and stone....a fabulous combination because being surrounded by natural elements grounds you to the earth. It just feels cozy and good! Have a super Friday my friend! Anita

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Pretty scenes!! Lovely fencing...but I'd be like our hostess, wondering about the mowing when so near to the zig-zag.

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

These are so pretty, Celeste! I adore the rock pillar and wooden fence! It provides such interest to the landscape! Thanks for sharing these beauties! Have a fantastic weekend!

carolann said...

Good fences indeed.

Marie C said...

Lovely. As you say, very peaceful scenes.

Dorthe said...

Piece-and beautiful, I have never seen such a fence before, -what a special thing and big work, to do for fencing . If meant to, a wonderful place for the horses to grass, and jump, dear Celestina Marie..
Happy week-end, Dorthe, xo

Felicia said...

beautiful fence. love the wood and stone together.

bettyl-NZ said...

I really like the combination for this fence. Love your photos!

Tete said...

Love that fence! I love the mix of wood and stone pillars, but that zig zag going on makes you take notice.

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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..