Thursday, February 25, 2016

Going South~

Welcome to another

Looking back on my trip to
The Silos
Magnolia Market,
I found some great country side scenes.

Like this one~
Goats enjoying life and grazing away!!

Barbed wire fencing that seemed to go on forever.

A few took a moment to look up and say hello.

Then went right back to mowing the pasture!!

This is not the fence the goats are behind,
but thought this up close fence was interesting
to see how it was made.

I was really trying to capture a shot of the deer running through the field, 
but this deer was too fast for me to get a good photo.
So the fence design will have to do.

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Celestina Marie


decorayadora said...

Hi dear celestina , lindos esos animales en el campo

Unknown said...

Your posts are always funny and interesting.i love them

TexWisGirl said...

sweet goat herd - and i like the fence design, too!

Kim said...

A perfect photo for a spring like, sunny day! I can almost smell the pasture! ;)

Anonymous said...

Hi Celeste! I like your barbed wire fences and especially what's behind them. Those little goats are so sweet. I have a friend who has a farm in west Texas and they raise goats and have recently had a slew of baby goats! Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful shot of the goats and fences. The deer are a nice sighting too. Enjoy your Thursday and the weekend ahead!

Christine said...

I always breathe a deep sigh of contentment when I see open fields like this & herds of animals grazing calmly! The fence knots are really cool too!
Have a great day!

Karen@Southern Gal Meets Midwest said...

Cute little guys....for a moment one of them resembled a sheep :)

Unknown said...

Celestina Marie, Nice open fields and scenic fences with goats.

Breathtaking said...

Hello Celestina Marie!:) Lovely scenes of contented goats in your great fence shots, and the knots are interesting to look at in detail. Have a good day!:)

Valerie-Jael said...

Great photos, love the goats. Hugs from the hospital, Valerie

Stephanie said...

Good morning, lovely friend! It's always a pleasure to pop in for a visit and once again your beautiful photos blessed and inspired. Love the last photo of the fence up close.

Have a glorious day, dear Celeste! Hugs!

Dicky Bird said...

I'm going to Waco, TX to see the silos in April. So excited. Love the goat fence - looks like lots of lines of barb...they must try to get

Roosterhead Designs said...

Sometimes, what we are trying to capture just doesn't resonate well; but the thing that is so close we can't even really 'see' it - becomes the highlight and focal point : )!?
Life can be that way. This is such a cool fence. I maybe have seen this style a 100 times, but never noticed the interesting 'tie'; until now~ Thanks for sharing friend! Have a blessed week-end. Karen O

Lisa said...

Love baby goats. They are always so adorable!
PS Love the fence too.;-)

Sue Kosec said...

Beautiful fences. You've made me so aware of the beautiful fences we normally just look over.

Thanks for the awareness!

Unknown said...

That last fence is a work of work. Intricate work. I would not be able to get a good shot of a running deer either. They are just too fast. Have a good week-end.

Debby Ray said...

I just love barbed wire fences...and even more when there's cute little guys & gals like these behind them! :)

Conniecrafter said...

I like how they are checking you out, it does amaze me how many miles those fences go on and how they have to ride around and make sure they are maintained. Too bad you weren't able to get that deer clearer, then can go so fast, but you ended up with a great closeup of the fence :)

carol l mckenna said...

Very creative pastoral shots with a neat fence ~

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

craftyles said...

I just love goats. Great pictures of them and that Texas style fencing. Very interesting how it is wound together. Have a great day!

Marilyn @ MountainTopSpice said...

Aren't goats the cutest to watch! Loved your pictures of the fence with the goats. Have a blessed and wonderful day! :)

Rose L said...

I thought they were shaven sheep!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Hello, Dear Celeste, those are the cutest goats with their black faces. Nice to see they are safe behind that sturdy fence, too. Interesting to see how the wire fence was made - seems like a lot of work went into it! Hope you are having a lovely week, my dear. Hugs xo Karen

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Such a perfect sky in all the pictures!!

Donna said...

I love goats! I've never seen any with markings just like that, looks like their heads were dripped in black paint:) Looks like it was a beautiful day with bright blue sky. How fun that you spotted a deer, too!

Ida said...

What sweet looking goats behind that barbed wire fence.
I also like the design of the other fence and I did see the deer you were trying to capture...they can be quick.

Alessandra said...

What a lovely sunny day! Your shots are wonderful. I always like your fences.

LV said...

You did very well with the goats. I can faintly see the deer as well. Great fences.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good evening, Celeste! I love goats. I can't wait for spring to go and see the horses out in Stillwater, on the boarder of Minnesota and Wisconsin. SO MAGICAL!

Rose said...

I would like to look out my window and see these every day.

Joy Junktion said...

Good, Good Fences! Always enjoy your fence 'posts'!! Blessings, Cindy xo

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Very pretty scene! xoxo Su

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

You hit my happy button with this Thursday's good fences because I love Goats, Sheep too. Hey the twisted construction of the wire fence has inspired me to attempt making a wire basket. Hmm now what gauge wire?!
Have a happy Friday my friend.

Claudia said...

Hi Celeste,
thank you for another interesting fence the Goats, they look pretty.
Wishing you a lovely, jofful and wonderful weekend, my deear friend, sending Love and hugs and blessings, Claudia xo

Nancy Chan said...

Lol! I like the "mowing the pasture". They are better than the ordinary mowers. Great fences!

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Very interesting fence and all those pretty goats. I have never seen goats like those.

Have a great weekend.

Sandi Magle said...

always love your photos, as we don't have those kind of open spaces up flat---I do recall seeing a barbed wire/fence exhibit...I think it was a 4-H thing at the county fair...who knew how many types there were. Thanks again, have a beautiful weekend...still waiting to pull the last candycane and poinsettias out of my Sandi

Daniela said...

How I love the scenes of the most natural life, I'm so charmed by them !
Thank you my dearest Celestine, it's always such a delight to come and visit you here, I'm so grateful to you for this !

Have a wonderful day, today
sending dear hugs to you

Cindy Lou said...

Should have been titled BAD fences!!! Barb wire is very dangerous for any animal to be contained! I live on a farm and have seen animals badly cut from them!!!!! Toooo bad !

Gypsy Heart said...

Great photos ~ as usual! Thank you for sharing.


Denise said...

nice fences.

Red Rose Alley said...

Aaaaahhhhh, precious goats. I just took a drive out in the country, and saw some goats myself. They were white and soooo cute. It seems like you enjoy the outdoors very much, Celestina, and that's a wonderful thing. :)

love, ~Sheri

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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..