Sunday, August 2, 2009

Sunday Stills: Fences

Still trying to wash the New Mexico dirt out of our laundry from our week long adventure. Along the way I was able to visit another Sunday Stills photographer, Lisa at Laughing Orca Ranch, so be sure to check out that story. (I figure it can make up for my lost post on Sunday).

Our fences are pretty dull around here, so I thought I'd show you a few from my travels.

Santa Fe

Cerrillos

Velarde

This last one was long and colorful, but I'll be saving those shots for my next Color Carnival post!

For more images of fences, visit the other photographers at Sunday Stills.

12 comments:

Nivin said...

Beautiful Shots! I like the santa fe very much! Feels like those walls can tell hundreds of stories! :D Cool work!

VioletSky said...

That recycled pallet fence is great!

I enjoyed looking through your trip to NM - it is so much more colourful than I would have imagined.

chloe said...

these are all very different from the others i've seen on s.stills awesome photos :)
i really like the graffiti shot

gigi said...

All of them are so different but so fun to look at :)

June said...

What variety! Interesting to speculate on the intent of the builders for each of those.
I'm partial to grayed and worn wooden fences, so I like #2 best.

Ed said...

Very cool, looks like you had a grand time..:-)

thecrazysheeplady said...

Love the adobe fence. Can't wait to hear all about your trip. I'll try to call you tomorrow.

Kilauea Poetry said...

These are cool and they certainly speak of your ground..really nice-
I left a comment but the sulfur is due to the volcanic emissions..though kind of tame for the most part now. Thanks for stopping by-

Ann said...

I like the shape of the Sante Fe fence. Like the iron mud colour.

Linda said...

Great shots........kind of like going on a holiday!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Great photos, very different. I really like the first one. and the second pallet fence..great recycling! I also enjoyed your recent trip..very interesting! I really enjoyed your wildflower photos. Plus you got to meet Lisa ..how cool is that!! :)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

These are all great! Sorry about the dirt. It's really part of the enchantment. hehe!

How about the holy dirt at Chimayo?

~Lisa

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