aging post and wires.
a largish piece of machinery was let into
the paddock via ‘dropping/cutting’ the fence.
led me to cemetery fences.
Clifton Springs Jetty, much photographed,
but only the posts which kept
the old jetty in place are in tact.
time for breakfast and I noticed this ship
turn into to the Corio Bay channel
as it left Geelong.
The channel markers effectively fencing it in,
guiding it out of Corio and Port Phillip Bays
to Bass Strait and open water.
Ever driven along roads like this?
I love it when the trees fence in the road.
Although on these roads one needs to be alert
for wildlife suddenly appearing.
Earlier in the year I displayed some photos
at an Arts Trail Weekend.
Each exhibitor’s space was fenced off by these dividers.
A fence? Maybe.
Very recently I discovered this gorgeous old strainer post
which appears to have been part of a whole tree trunk
It supports this wire-netting fence with ease as
there is not as much strain on fences
as they age and wires sag.