Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Rusty Laguna Fence


In the Laguna I saw some barbed wire fences, and many of them were quite rusty - or at least their posts were.


This one looks pretty good - no rust as far as I can see -, but I think that was the only one.


Lichen took over this post - and what is the barbed wire doing anyway? 


The rust here has such a deep color - I really like it.


However, I like the close-ups of the barbed wire best - like this "vegetarian" one.


I'm linking with Theresa's Good Fences - thank you for hosting every week, Theresa!


24 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

Only you could make me see beauty in barbed wire... Thank you.

Orsolina said...

Bei dem 2. Zaunbild fasziniert mich, wie er zusammengeflickt wurde. Stark!

LG Biggi

Jeanne said...

Good capture of that barb wire fence and do love the look of that hazy morning!

Monika + Bente said...

Ich liebe diese ländlichen Alltagsdetails und stürze mich in unregelmäßigen Abschnitten darauf - du hast sie schön eingefangen.

Liebe Grüße - Monika

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Ein Wohlfühlbad in Rost - eines schöner als das andere! :D
Wunderschön!!!
Szenemäßig gefällt mir das erste am besten und von den Nahaufnahmen das letzte. Und die Farbe von dem Pfahl finde ich auch toll :)
Liebe Grüße
【ツ】Knipsa

John's Island said...

Hi Carola, Some very creative snaps here to go with Good Fences. Theresa's meme has lifted fences to a new level. I am often surprised by the number of comments I get from folks who view Good Fences when I am linked up there.

eileeninmd said...

Wow, beautiful fence captures..I never knew barbed wire could look so good. Have a happy day!

Karen S. said...

Your presentation of these thorny, rusty fence and posts is superb! I especially like the mood of each photo beginning with my most favorite in photo number one.

TexWisGirl said...

fine shots! old fencing can become art. :)

GlorV1 said...

Love that rust as well. You are so good at your work. I love the name for the last one, "vegetarian." That wire look beautiful but makes me think I need a tetanus shot.:)) Have a great day.

Michelle said...

Nice captures. I do love me some rust.

Felicia said...

fantastic captures of the rusty barb wire Carola.

Andrea Priebe said...

Your first picture with the open field, the fog and the beautiful tree is a "Wow" shot ... the others are good as well and I love rust, don't ask me why, it just seems to say so much about the item it lives on. These are great Carola, barbed wire and all ...

Andrea @ From The Sol

Cranberry Morning said...

I like rust too, and know that the farmer hates it! I don't know why he/she didn't cut off the extra fencing rather than looping it over the post, but I see that a lot. Maybe there isn't enough left to do anything with. Great shots!

Linda Kay said...

Carola, the fence repairs or whatever seem very strange, right? I like the posts with the red tops. Not sure why you would do that?

Ida said...

These are awesome. The rust is so cool and lichen tops it off. I do like the bent wire on that one shot but I think my favorite was the very first one with that fabulous looking tree in the background.

Margaret Adamson said...

Love the mistin the first shot an dall the close ups of the rusty fence post

windrock studio said...

I share your love of good rust ... these images are truly fantastic!

Karen said...

Great pics! I had a run-in with barbed wire at my Papa's farm as a child. I tore my Dale Evans cowgirl skirt trying to climb through the fence :(

Debbie said...

awesome images.....trash to simple gorgeous!!!!

EG CameraGirl said...

I love the rust. :)

Tinna Sjoeberg said...

Das dritte ist mein erklärter Liebling, das ist Kunst! :-)

Tinna ✐

Magic Love Crow said...

Cool, truly beautiful!

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful series.