When we stopped to photograph the flamingos on the body of water at the sewage works, I also zoomed in on the fencing. It's one of the only kind - concrete slats slipped in diagonally - I have seen in my travels and while photographing fences. In the past we were able to drive up to this purified body of water.
Now it's fenced in.
I noticed a couple of slats missing
in the section featured in the first photo
Another angle of the fence with half of Lion Head (Marquard's mountain) in the background
The fencing is neat and secure; Lion Head in all its glory in the background
Local cattle graze on the edge of the dam
I'm linking my post to Good Fences Thursday hosted by TexWisGirl here
That is a lovely fence (and pretty long too)ReplyDelete
Hello Jo, it is a pretty fencing. The pond looks like a great spot for attracting the birds. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
some really nice looking fencing!ReplyDelete
what a great idea, i have never seen a concrete fence either. we are seeing kitchen counter tops and floors made from concrete and they look really good. this fence will be there for a very long timeReplyDelete
A uniquely built fence. It looks very strong.ReplyDelete
Great fencing and wonderful captures for the day, as always!! Wishing you and your family a beautiful holiday season, Jo!! Enjoy!!ReplyDelete
Very unusual construction. Everything is fenced in these days, it wasn't like that when I was growing up.ReplyDelete