Thursday, 4 February 2016

Good Fences.....

Fences, walls and gates

I photographed in the

Bourgogne Franche-Comté region

in the heart of France

in the ancient hill town of Vézelay

I was captivated by the soft aged patina 

of the stone and bricks

and the beautiful pattern of the iron work

I hope you will be too.

I'm joining Teresa for Good Fences

take care and
be kind to one another

à bientôt



eileeninmd said...

Helo, what a lvoely selection of gates and fences. Thanks for sharing bits of this pretty town! Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

Dagmar said...

Great photos Shane, love those iron railings for fences. Hope you have a great week.

Madeline's Album said...

Great photos very nice fences. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Claudia said...

Wonderful fences and walls, dear Shane!
Thank you for sharing!
HAve a lovely weekend ahead,
Love and hugs,
Claudia xo

Seawashed said...

We are currently putting up a tiny fench with locked gate at our front door porch to keep the solicitors away. We were going to iron but have decided to do a weathered coastal wood.

Stephanie said...

Beautiful and enchanting, sweet friend.

I hope your week is going well. Much love and sweet hugs to you!

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful fences and walls. I love the old history of them.

Amy at love made my home said...

I love that gate!! xx

Christine said...

Oh indeed, Shane, I have fallen in love with those gates & the wall is a work of art by itself!

Marilyn Miller said...

The stone wall is particularly gorgeous, but I love it all.

Linda Kunsman said...

aaaahhh, more beautiful photos. If only I had learned photography for all the trips I made all over France and Europe some years ago...

Rostrose said...

Hello dearest Shane,
these are really wonderful fences reminding me to holidays in warm and nice countries (aaah, sigh! ;o))
Lots of hugs
"Theological" Traude (hihi, I like those funny "spelling checker-mistakes" ;o))

Daniela said...

My wonderful Shane,
not only the fences you've caught are so wonderful, but also the buildings they surround seem so filled with charm, isn't it ?
Thank you for everything you share, my sweetest friend,
may your weekend be blessed with joy
sending love and dear hugs to you

TexWisGirl said...

what a great mix of old mossy stone and iron! thank you!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Seeing these makes me marvel at the degree of artistry it must have taken to create them. How I would love to have seen the creators at work.


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