I am late with posting my shoot out because last night, when I normally would be posting, I was at The Academy of Music in Philadelphia to see the musical "Wicked". If you want to hear about my musical experience, you can check it out at wickedly-good-night-at-academy.
What I like about this topic is that fences can be found anywhere and come in such a wonderful variety! For this shoot-out, I really stayed true to the intent of FSO. All of these shots were taken in my town of Vineland, NJ.
I love the shape of this star which was hanging on a fence near where I live. I have tried to sketch it but am still trying to perfect the drawing.
We had a little bit of snow this morning and I caught this shot on the way to work.
I played with some of these photos with cropping and changing to Black and White. Looking for cool looking fences was a lot of fun.
I call this The Rusted Bee.
I just like the way the branches are hanging down over this fence.
Everytime I think of fences, I am reminded of Frost's line "Good Fences make good neighbors." Frost is one of my favorite poets because he can be interpreted on so many different levels. One level in this particular poem, "Mending Wall", is about how we build barriers between each other, both figurative and literal. However, with the FSO, fences are bringing us together! I hope you enjoy! :)