Lens-Artists PC: Don’t fence me in

Leya wrote “Fences” in the title of her challenge, which is not to say that the singular form would have prevented me from posting twenty of them, as is my norm.

But first, I was amazed to discover – only now, as it sometimes happens – that David Byrne is not the author of the title song.

Here are my fences then, from here and there, some happier and fancier than others, one annoyed, one alive, one hot and one good, to name but a few. No fencing though.

For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Leya of To See A World in a Grain of Sand…: Fences

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19 thoughts on “Lens-Artists PC: Don’t fence me in

  1. Now Manja – you never disappoint me, do you. A gorgeous gallery of fences here. All sorts, so how can I choose? But I have to point out my eyebrow raisers:
    The catwalk, the little fellow – and the colour trick…How did you do that?
    And last but not least – the four saints!
    Cheers!

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    1. Haha, Leya, the four saints indeed! 😀 Thank you so much! The colour trick is done by WordPress and this theme of mine (Edda) on their own, and it happens every time I post a post that is not a gallery. 🙂 Also, this comment went to spam for some reason, as did Tina’s. I don’t know what you did to anger WP gods. 😉

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  2. You got some great ones in there – the “live” fence (enhanced by Bestia, of course), the colorful one, the cemetery one … Oh, and I laughed at that concrete post painted to look like a little guy!

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    1. Thank you, Tina. I love your alternative spelling. 😉 (It’s Ljubljana for the city and Ljubljanica for the river. I know it’s hard!) Also, this comment went to spam for some reason. As did Leya’s! No idea why.

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