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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Fences.

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Beginning with fences from Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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There is a pedestrian bridge which is, or has,

had the locks removed.

I wonder if there are anymore, now?

This was the only one in December.

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 The pedestrian walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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 Authorities have definitely made it difficult to go over, either way.

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Another view from the Bridge.

fence_0069Pedestrians this side, motorists the other side of this fence.

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Dry stone wall fences are common throughout Western Victoria.

dry-stone-wall_0007aAlthough in most instances they are in a state of disrepair…
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unlike this one.

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thirty or forty years ago, it is the type of fence

with which I am most acquainted.

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Tying knots in wire can be painful.

It is easy for the wire end to become loose

and flick back on cold finger tips.

 fence_0039-001This post is definitely in the age range mentioned previously.

Barbed wire is rusting along with the tie wire

holding the barb to the post.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Fences

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Floral Friday-16-1404

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Floral Friday Challenge.

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From the Geelong Botanic Gardens again this week.Geelong-Botanic-Gardens_8923

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Floral Friday

Floral Friday

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