Thursday, May 1, 2014

Good Fences #6

In March 2010, I spotted these flowers in bloom around the hurricane fence at the beach in South Carolina. In June they had developed into small peaches. Someone must have thrown a pit over the fence.
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The same fence overlooking the ocean on May 9, 2009





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26 comments:

  1. ...the blossoms just set off the hurricane fence perfectly....and the night shot...wow.

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  2. how beautiful! thanks for linking in!

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  3. I've never heard of the "hurricane fence"; Beautiful pink flowers inside♡♡♡
    The night shot is really GORGEOUS!!!

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  4. this is my favorite type fence... a beach fence of any kind. i love beaches and this is beautiful, all 3 of them.

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  5. Nice weathered wooden fence. The blooms go perfectly with the gray wood. Love the night shot!

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  6. We have similar fencing here but for snow! Love that last shot, beautiful!

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  7. Oh my, I love that second shot especially! What beautiful flowers. That's not red bud, right? Red bud is one of those shrubs I've always admired and always been sad that we can't grow it up here.

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  8. isn't it great that those flowers turned into peaches... such a great capture. i simply love that night image from the same fence. hope all is well. have a great day~

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  9. Beautiful blooms behind the fence. We have those fences on the beach dunes here too to protect them from the winter winds and storm surges. Thanks for visiting. Pamela

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  10. Beach fences are fantastic...that's a really nice night shot.

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  11. lovely photos. Look like azaleas. Great nighttime shot too.

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  12. Beach fencing is always special to me. It is so quaint and weathered looking. Lovely flowers and color. Such a pretty post. Thanks for the visit to my blog.

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  13. What pretty little blossoms. They really dress up the weathered fence line.

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  14. so springy ... love the blooms. i enjoy those kind of fences ... i see them often in beachy scenes. have a nice weekend. ( :

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  15. Isn't that just wonderful!! You gotta love Mother Nature!! Beautiful images!!

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  16. Really beautiful! I love beach fences and the blossoms just make it even better!

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  17. Those pink blooms are so pretty with the hurricane fence. What a delight!

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  18. Really pretty shots - I love randomnly grown plants... they're determined to survive.
    Gorgeous night shot too :D) Thanks for your visit.

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  19. Lovely blossoms, and what a pleasant surprise to find peaches! Gorgeous nighttime shot, too.

    ~Lindy

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  20. Lovely photos! Your night shot is marvelous too.

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  21. Hi. Love seeing the flowers through the fence and the last shot is marvelous.

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  22. Such pretty blossoms behind the fence!

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