Grandma Barb’s This and That

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Wyoming Fences

Here are more fences from my trip to Wyoming.


The next two were taken at a little chapel called The  Episcopal Chapel of the Transfiguration with the Teton Mountains in the background.









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As always, thanks for stopping by!


Until next time



Barb

29 comments:

Kathy said...

Love the chapel photo!

Carletta said...

I'm guessing that first fence is purely for marking property. It doesn't look like it would keep very much in. :)
The other two shots of the mountain and the chapel are lovely!
Beautiful scenes!

TexWisGirl said...

ooh, the first and third photos are perfection! lovely scenes, barb!

Carole M. said...

I especially love that view of the Teton Mountains; such a delightful setting Barb

Ebie said...

The fence on the first shot is very artistically done!

I love the Tetons, and what gorgeous views of the mountains!

heyBJK said...

Love the fence! The chapel with that scenery is just gorgeous! Really nice, Barb!

Zoey said...

What a gorgeous state Wymoning must be judging from your pics. I enjoy artistic fences, too.

Linda said...

I love those fences! And, the view is spectacular - the first fence is the kind I love to see, even though they don't keep much in or out!

Beth said...

now that is a reason to go to church. well, actually i would prefer sitting outside & enjoying the view. wow!! just lovely. (:

lisa Moran, Bilancia Designs said...

Oh my goodness, Barb! Your photos continue to amaze me! The previous post with the barn.... Just gorgeous! I see notecards every time I see one of your pictures! LOL You are really amazing with your photographs....
(I jut posted some photos of my barn this morning. You can FINALLY see pix of the inside. :)
Have a wonderful weekend, my friend. xo

Tanya said...

a pretty assortment!!

poppilinnstudios said...

Gorgeous photos Barb! I just love the mountains. Oh, I wish I could go for a hike there right now! Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend.
-Lynn

Amy Burzese said...

Wonderful! The first fence is great!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

LOVE that place! So breathtakingly beautiful! =)
Cool fences, too

Jan n Jer said...

Awesome shots...so gorgeous!

Sall's Country Life said...

Wow, that last shot is breath-taking!I love those mountains!!

Robyn said...

Barb
Neat pictures. The Mountains are stunning!

Your Octagon Barn picts are neat to. What a unique find!

Thank You for stopping in at my blog!

Teresa O said...

The mountains make a gorgeous backdrop to the photos. I'm enamored with the first one though.

Marie said...

Absolutely gorgeous photos! Thanks for your comments on my Va post, too!

My Little Home and Garden said...

I'm waiting for some cowboys to ride through this landscape at any moment. They're great photos, Barb.
-Karen

Dianne said...

the chapel, with the mountains behind, is lovely

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Barb, These pics are wonderful.
From the sky downward they look like scenes from a western movie. I just love the fences. You sure capture mother nature well.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Liz said...

Oh wow!! I love the shots of the chapel with the mountain as a backdrop... stunning!!

Custom Comforts said...

Very pretty. I've never been to Wyoming, but it surely looks like God's country - so very majestic. Thanks for sharing your pics with us.
Cindy

Cindy F. Adkins said...

It looks so beautiful there! How I would love to see that area of the country! Very interesting fences, too. I especially like that first one. Thanks for sharing, Barb!
Cindy

Nancy said...

Barb, that last shot is phenomenal. What a capture -- gorgeous!

CameraCruise said...

Wow, beautiful shots, I especially like the 2nd and 3rd.

Tammy said...

I love the fence in that first shot. Beautiful.

gtyyup said...

WoW...love the photos with the Teton's in the background...they'd make great postcards!!