Grandma Barb’s This and That

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Snake Rail Fence

This fence is on  the apple orchard property where the big white barn is that I showed in my Barn Charm post.










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Barb

28 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i am loving that fence! if it didn't take up so much room, and be so difficult to mow near, i'd love one as charming as that! :)

Carletta said...

The barn was beautiful and this really wonderful fence surrounded by land makes me think the whole area must be quite lovely.

heyBJK said...

Love that fence! You don't see many like that. Great shots, Barb!

Carole M. said...

lovely photos Barb and I like how you've framed them too.

Elaine said...

That's a beautiful fence--it fits right into the countryside as if it just grew there.

Linda said...

I was trying to tell someone the other day about this fence and didn't remember what it was called! I love, love, love this fence! Plus, the view is beautiful...what a lovely place to sit and contemplate the beauty!

poppilinnstudios said...

What a beautiful fence and setting. I haven't sen many of those fences around here. Love your photo series! Have a great weekend!
-Lynn

Nancy Claeys said...

I love these fences! So much character. Great captures, Barb!

Jan n Jer said...

Very rustic looking fence...I like it!!!! Nice shots!

Betty Roan said...

Love that fence! Great shots!

Tanya said...

i love this type of fencing!

Amy Burzese said...

One of my favorite types of fencing. That type (or similar) is all along the Natchez Trace here in the south. Beautiful!

Liz said...

What a great fence, Barb!! I've never seen one like it.

cherry said...

love it! I haven't seen one like that in a long time.. and the barn....oh my.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend.. sending big Savannah hugs,Cherry

Rose said...

These are all wonderful shots...really beautiful images.

ImSoVintage said...

I love rail fences. I think they really speak of the ingenuity of our forefathers.

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Great shots Barb- that tree is pretty cool!

Marie said...

So lovely and rustic!

Faye said...

How old is this fence, Barb? Looks like it has been around for a long time. Thankfully, because it's so right for this setting. We have a version of this fence in KY that we call split rail, used on farms even back in 1800s.

Joe Todd said...

Used to have a fence similar to that. Brings bac memories

e said...

The trees add charm to the fence! Nice photos!

Dianne said...

that's a beautiful old fence, it blends so nicely
the trees are wonderful

Nature in the Burbs said...

Simple beauty.

Sheeps and Peeps Farm said...

Didn't realize this fencing was called snake rail... beautiful fence... great photos!

Kim, USA said...

Wow these is very cool. I see that the apple trees are just close to the fence. It looks like the apple tree also support the fence. ^_^

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lifeisaroadtrip said...

Oh, I love this fence. Normally I shy away from anything "snake" but this one is a beauty!

gtyyup said...

Nice Barb!! I love how the tree branches are totally wild...going every direction and the fence then gives the photos a bit of symmetry to balance it all.

Beth said...

a type of fence we see often in VA. just lovely. (: