30 March 2012

Fridays Fences: Upper Hunter, N.S.W.



 Top wine-growing and horse stud country


 I don't know the purpose of the little building



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24 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

wow, carole! beautiful country! your first and last shots were my favorite! :)

Marie said...

Beautiful landscape! The sky and the trees are so lovely, and the fence is great!

Beth said...

wow, what a view. thanks, for sharing. (:

Jan n Jer said...

Gorgeous scenery...the blue sky just grabs your eye!

Carletta said...

Beautiful scenery with such pristine upkeep!
I like the more substantial part of the fence that I'm assuming may be the entrance. The little buildings are a curious wonder. :)

Rose said...

Beautiful shots...the 3rd is my favorite. Love those big tall trees and that blue sky...

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

There's nothing like a well-maintained fence to make a place look like home!

Fence at Sunrise

Betty Roan said...

Beautiful country. Love the fence. I'm especially fond of the first shot and the one with the trees. Brilliant!

Dhemz said...

such a stunning place!

thanks for dropping by!

Jim said...

Wonderful scenes.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

lina@women's perspectives said...

Very peacefully and wonderful views. Love it :)

HansHB said...

Gorgeous blue colour in your sky pictures!
Happy SkyWatch to you!

Spare Parts and Pics said...

This is such pretty country!

Linda said...

Beautiful place! The fences in horse country are usually very nicely maintained - to keep in the precious horses - but I imagine the upkeep of a fence like this is staggering! Very nice photos!

Tanya said...

beautiful! love that black fencing!

Gary said...

Beautiful country!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Jan Castle said...

What beautiful blue sky!!!!! And, the fences and scenery are cool too!
Paper Hugs,
Jan

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Beautiful scenery, and the fencing adds to the overall look..

edenhills said...

Great pictures. It certainly looks like a beautiful place.

Faye said...

Big Sky Country! I'm in Kentucky in the U.S., also a horse state, but it doesn't look like yours. What are the trees? At risk of showing my ignorance--are they cottonwoods?

chubskulit said...

So beautiful!

Visiting late from Sky Watch , hope you could still visit my Sky Shot.

Carole M. said...

they're a bit of a few differing varieties I'd say; the dark trunk ones are iron-barks, can't be sure of any others, eucalypt, lemon-scented gum, box?

Genie said...

Gorgeous landscapes and nice fences, too. This is a beautiful part of the country. The wide and open spaces...mountains, tall trees, horses...beautiful photos. genie

Joop Zand said...

Hello Carole

It's a very nice landscape , i like the colors and depth in these shots,
very nice done.

Greetings from Holland

Joop

many thanks for your comment.