Friday, September 14, 2012

Friday's Fence

This fence was found on a side road between Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.  We had arrived at the condo before it was ready (no surprise - we are ALWAYS early), so we decided to head to Gatlinburg to explore.  On the way, we spotted a sign that said there was an old church off the parkway, so we headed out to look for it.  The fence was a bonus...this is the view approaching it.
 This next one was taken as we passed it...
 And this last one is on the return trip - just had to get that last shot!  I love this kind of fence!  I am not sure it does much more than define the property...but it sure does that in a pretty way!
Linking to Friday's Fences.

20 comments:

Terri Buster said...

I love those kind of fences- I think they are all unique..someone put a lot of work into them.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

that is a great fence indeed - love the way it zig-zags

Elizabeth Edwards said...

my favorite type of fence. i love the twisty turny one. great views. (:

Dianna said...

Very nice shots!
Isn't it interesting how we notice fences immediately now - and all these years, we never paid much attention to them!

EG CameraGirl said...

I love these rustic fences!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

I am a lover of that type of fence too Linda! Pretty road you were traveling. Good Friday to you!

Rita said...

This is my favorite kind of fence also. It would never keep in a pet or kids but I would love to have one around my yard.

Pat said...

I love those rustic, split-rail fences!

Jan n Jer said...

I love this zig zag fence...the last shot really shows it off!

Rose said...

I always love this type of fence..

TexWisGirl said...

i like the look of them, too. i'd just hate to have to mow next to them. :)

Tricia Hays said...

My sister, husband & my handsome lil nephew, Landon, just got back from a week long vacation trip to Gatlinburg yesterday! Landon, will be 2 Monday, had to call up his aunt TT, that's me, to tell me about the bear they saw waaay up in a tree! He was sooo excited! Too cute, I just love him!

I love those kinds of fences, too... they really are the best way to 'show off' property boundaries, aren't they =)

btw, thank you for reminding me about Gold Bond... I'm definitely stopping on my way home after work today to pick up some... Whatever it is that I have did a lot better last night that it has all week, probably because I took a shower immediately after work & didn't reapply my deodorant, so I'm guessing the rash had a chance to dry up.
Thanks again! =)

Judy said...

I love that last shot, end on to the snake fence! A different view!
But I LOVE your header!! I sat there, mesmerized!! What would it be like to wake up every morning to that mountain right outside your window!!!

W. Latane Barton said...

I love split log fences. Like you say, they couldn't possibly keep things in or out but they surely are attractive additions to any property.

Annmarie Pipa said...

i now have all my kids looking at fences, barns and sunsets....who would have ever thought....
that is a very cool fence!!

Marie said...

Great fence, and lovely area...I bet you had a wonderful time in Gatlinburg!

Roslyn said...

Lots of those fences in the area near our CO.Mountain home, they are fascinating but as you say not too practical

Brian King said...

Split rail fences are beautiful! They're great photography subjects.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Very appealing looking fences Linda, maybe as you say they're just there for definition..I wish we could always be early, we're the direct opposite haha!

NixBlog said...

I really like those zig-zag fences!