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Cemetery…

 

 

fences.

Dry Stone Wall…

 

 

…fencing.

Gateway into old York

Sydney Harbour fences.

My kinda fencing

The only thing keeping this lamb behind

this old fence is a full belly.

A fence to keep giraffes out.

And just outside our tent door was a fence (foreground)

to keep elephants away.

It worked well, especially with this elephant.

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Some local and African fences.

Never did like this kind of fence.

 Quick and relatively east to erect.  

Difficult to maintain.

 

Same applies to this wire netting fence.

‘Although I would love to have watched how

the tree trunk post in the ground.

Definitely hard work.

A few weeks ago…

I posted this image and told how a work colleague said

she would not visit Africa because of scenes like this.

 

I never did show her this image of

an early morning passerby

taken by the light from our tent

and only a 42 inch high fence between us.

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Commencing with farm fences…

…old farm fences…

…to be precise.

London fences…

…or at least the top of them.

And this fence was no match for our

friendly inquisitive giraffe each morning.

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

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When first approached about growing blue gums…  the clean up contractor told us all fencing material

would be ‘buried’.


I guess when his time arrives he will be happy

to be dumped under a tree in a twisted mess.

 

A twisted limb frames a canola paddock.

 

Twisted trees on Mt. Buninyong.

A foggy morning and

a clear reflection in still water.

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 I discovered that I had… more photos…

of cemetery fences…

than any other fence.

I also thought them…

a bit more interesting….

than other types of fence.

 

Gates were going to be a problem until I expanded

my thinking from farm gates to other gates.

Above is one of the gateways into York City….I hope.

 

 The gateway to Fromelles Military Cemetery.

I am not sure if other parts of the world know

about Fromelles Military Cemetery.

It contains the remains of over

258 British and Australian WW I soldiers

who were found in mass graves on the edge

of Pheasant Wood, just outside Fromelles.

The cemetery was established on 2010.

MGW  has a relative buried there.

Menin Gate entrance to Ypres,

in Belgium.

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