Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

DSC_2784a(3 photos)   This past weekend was another trip to our nearby botanical garden.  This is a friendly fence, don’t you think?

DSC_2819aA fence made of this requires no wood and very little water, and is a bit more formidable.

DSC_2830aThis has all the advantages of the second choice, but it’s oh so green, even if it is a bit cranky looking.

Inspired by the lovely fence posted today by Eliza Waters.

 

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  1. Pampas grass was something that was planted here as a ‘privacy’ fence or hedge. The leaves will rip you to shreds and needs a whole lot more space than it was given here when I moved in. It was a real challenge to remove.

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    1. Only something one would love from afar. And not so friendly to dogs and other kind hearts. Glad you got rid of it.

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  2. Great post! (Glad to be an inspiration.) Those second two fence choices don’t look as easy to cross – worse than barbed wire!

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    1. I’m glad I live in a place where the first fence will do just fine.

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  3. I like all the leading lines taking the eye down the path in the first photo, plus the lighting and color. The third one kind of grabs my attention too though I haven’t figure out exactly why.

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    1. My two favorites are the same as yours, and for the same reasons. Your word choice for the last photo is interesting – it feels like those thorns are very grabby.

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  4. Good neighbors and lovely photos. Nice.

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  5. Clever! Beautifully captured MK!

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