Some wee little things in Grandma's Afternoons

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Don't Fence Me In

Sometimes good fences just provide good frames for pictures

 

Magpie

 

Other times good fences protect us from danger

 

 

While other fences are to keep you out,



lol, I watched these deer jump this fence like it was a daily routine

for them to get into this ladies back yard and eat the ground apples.

 

 

 

 

 

Visiting from our road trip this am in Red Deer Alberta,

on our way to Edmonton today,

Until we connect next,

enjoy your day

cindy

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 comments :

TexWisGirl said...

oh, those naughty deer! :) loved the magpie! thanks, cindy!

Ginny said...

Hi Cindy! I think we have met in Blogland before. I love your pictures, but just as much I love what you say about each one and their purpose. The Magpie is beautiful, I have never seen a real one. And you are right, the fence is his frame!

Margaret Adamson said...

yes good selection of different fences in this post.

Ida said...

The magpie shows up well on that fence.
Isn't it amazing how the deer are able to jump fences like that.

Bruce Clark said...

Nicely capture of the Magpie on that fence

Felicia said...

lovely fence images. Yep she has to make her fence a little bit higher to keep the deer out. they love apples.

sallie (fulltime-Life.com) said...

Happy Roadtrippin! Our d-i-l was born in Red Deer. She said she still misses the prairie. It looks pretty in your post. We've never been there.

Lynne said...

Great "On the Road" Good Fence entries . . .

Tanya Breese said...

what a great assortment of fences!

Pamela Gordon said...

Great fences, Cindy! Are you going to the West Ed Mall? Put on your good walking shoes. It's huge!

Jennifer said...

Deer are a menace! Folks try really hard and spend a lot of money here in NC to keep them out of their gardens and yards!

Janus said...

I could just imagine watching the deer jumping the fence for those juicy apples. It must have been quite a sight and rather funny. Beautiful magpie pic. You had a good theme going.

Amy at love made my home said...

The magpie looks happy doesn't it. xx