Monday, 5 November 2012

a weird fence.......

recently I snapped these pics...........the sky was amazing ..........I posted some more pics here at Snappy Friends if you want to see more...........
have you ever seen a fence like this one.................it does have netting on both sides of the "A" frame..............I have no idea why you would ever do a fence like this...............and I have never seen one anywhere else.............I showed my Dad and he has never seen a fence like this either................
Catch you later..............
Chookyblue
PS thanks for all the wonderful comments about my quilt in the last post..........

15 comments:

Kate said...

That is a weird fence I have never seen one like it either.

Susan said...

I agree, weird fence, but I guess nothing will go through it. Love to take cloud pics.

Cubby House Crafts said...

unusual fence and beautiful skies!!!!
But WOW your new header looks AMAZING!!!lol!
Lisa

Raewyn said...

Don't know about that fence at all!! My only thought is that it could be for something hedge like to grow in it???? Beautiful sky photo.

Bev C said...

Certainly a little different,maybe it deters kangas??

happy days.
Bev.xoxo

Chocolate Cat said...

No never seen one like this before!

Tracy said...

That fence looks like it was a lot of hard work. A mystery too.

The sky does look nice. The silver lining to the no rain cloud.

Salley said...

Low enough and strong enough for kangas to jump over???
Its got me stumped.
Wispy clouds...very pretty.

Jenny said...

What an interesting fence may be its for little creatures to get from one end to the other without being eaten by something bigger ........hate to be building it though

Berglind Snæland said...

The fence is a mystery... but I love your new header! :)

Daisy Jayne said...

Never see a fence like that before..... I would think it is to keep something out or in

Diane-crewe said...

maybe it is some sort of trial... or something !! lol x

Cherry Pie said...

I think the metal pointy bits are to stop the stock or other animals from crushing the fence down???

Joanne said...

Fence reminds me of a buck rail fence from North America. They were used because it required no digging post holes when the ground was hard or rocky. Easier for animals to pass without getting caught up. Maybe somebody came up with their own take on that to suit?

Jenny Watson said...

Wow the pics captured so well thanks for sharing.