Wednesday, 8 October 2014

France Fences - Part 2




I've rarely seen a plain ordinary fence in France!





You can only just see the fence amid the riot of flowers!
I snapped this one in my daughter's back garden
after hanging the washing on the line!
A stone wall with a garden and small fence behind.






I'm joining 
Judith for Mosaic Monday
Theresa for Good Fences
Nick for Floral Friday Fotos.

Take care and
be kind to one another

Merci à bientôt




Shane









42 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

How beautiful! What a riot of colourful flowers along your daughter's fence. xx Pam

Ela said...

gorgeous flowers and so lovely colors !

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Shane
Fences are a good garden feature to use for vertical growing but I have seldom seen white chain link. It's rather nice, one only sees dark colours here.
I love all the colourful flowers in the second photo.
Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday.

suziqu's thread works said...

Hi Shane
I've really enjoyed these last two posts of fences in France not to mention the beautiful roses, lilacs, etc. growing through and on them.
Those shutters also look amazing!
We don't see these here of course
but they are definitely beautiful
Sending hugs,
Suzy

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The flowers are all so lush and beautiful! Lovely fences my friend! Hugs, Diane

Marilyn said...

Your daughters fence comes closest to a fence I photographed in France. It is still one of my favorites. Love your photo with the laundry behind the flowers.

Donna said...

The blooms are glorious right now in your corner of the world! A riot of color.

Bethany Carson said...

Lovely flowers!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Shane,
What a riot of flowers indeed! That makes you so happy and I can put my nose in the freshly air dried laundry and enjoy!
Lovely photos.
Wishing you a wonderful spring week.
Hugs,
Mariette

hi-d said...

Hi Shane,

So beautiful! And I especially love the shot of the clothes hanging from the line in the backdrop. :)

Have a beautiful week!
Heidi

Lorrie said...

There is so much beauty in a fence partially hidden with a tangle of flowers. Lovely takes. Hope your week is going well, Shane.

Claudia said...

Dear Shane,
wonderful garden fences .... I love the one in your daughters garden, with all those beautiful flowers!
Have a wonderful week,
Love and hugs,
Claudia xo

Patricia said...

Even the washing is joining in with the riot of gorgeous French colour! Another pretty post, Shane xxx

Amy at love made my home said...

Such beautiful flowers!! So much nicer than just a plain fence. xx

Sara D.B. said...

Beautiful flowers, wonderful colours! Thank you, Shane!

Love,
Sara

Dorthe said...

Dear Shane, what a bountiful of beautiful flowers in your daughtere garden!!So much feast for the eye , and lovely also with the lilac tones behind the taller fence.
I wish you a happy October, dear .
Hugs, Dorthe

Carol Blackburn said...

Oh my, what a beautiful yard she has. It's like living in a huge bouquet of the most fragrant flowers. Super!

Jackie @ travelnwrite said...

While the flowers and fences are beautiful, it is the clothesline for which I long. . .sad to live in a US suburb where such simple acts are frowned upon. . .what I would give for a clothesline! The 'selling point' for me with the house we almost-bought in Greece was the long, lovely clothesline that bordered the garden. . .sigh. . .

Madeline's Album said...

What beautiful flowers along these fences. Very colorful. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Stephanie said...

Hello lovely lady! Your flowers have brightened my day with their beauty - thank you for sharing.

Love and hugs to you!

eileeninmd said...

The flowers are lovely, so many pretty colors.. Lovely images.

eileeninmd said...

The flowers are lovely, so many pretty colors.. Lovely images.

Beatrice Euphemie said...

I love seeing all the pretty flowers peeking out from the nearly invisible fences. The wash hanging on the line is very charming, too. xo Karen

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Shane,

Loved seeing the pretty colourful flowers alongside the fences.
When we were in France I used to love peering through the fences and gates and seeing the beautiful homes and gardens.
Hope you are enjoying the week
hugs
Carolyn

ETT RÖTT MONOGRAM said...

Beautiful whit all the flowers, it is a luck that they can be seen through the fence. Lovely!
Hugs/AM

podso said...

Love seeing the wash hanging on the line--peeking out from among the colorful flowers. Beautiful images, of a place that holds a big place in your heart.

TexWisGirl said...

wonderful spill of blossoms! thanks for sharing with good fences!

Black Jack's Carol said...

Your fence peeking out so shyly is just the way the your beautiful flowers like it, I'm thinking :) Loved the "be kind to each other" reminder.

Gunilla Bäck said...

Beautiful! I love the second photo.

Linda Kunsman said...

Bonjour Shane! Oh how I love when you take me back to France...and isn't it true -not just about fences- but about how most things there are just a bit more ornate?

Ida said...

Gorgeous! Now that's a way to use fencing.

Tom said...

A wonderful mixed garden! Tom The Backroads Traveller

Chandra said...

Love the vibrant colors in your photos.
Thank you for sharing these great views.

Peace :)

Grantham Lynn said...

Beautiful pics.

Felicia said...

they are beautiful Shane.

Mary Cromer said...

These are really very pretty!

Midnight Cowgirl said...

Beautiful! A fence should always be covered with flowers :)

Vicki Boster said...

Hi Shane-- your photos are beautiful-- who would have thought there could be such a stunning collection of fence photos?? Thanks for sharing them all:)
Love
Vicki

Betty said...

Hi Shane, I'm your partner for the letter swap so came by to explore your blog - my goodness what a love affair with France going on over here! Such lovely pictures. I will be off now to give my letter some thought. Betty

Nick V. said...

Great shots, stunning colours.
Thanks for linking with Floral Friday Fotos.

Binti Gurung said...

Love your post Shane! The colours are just great! Thanks for sharing them with us! x

Binti Gurung said...

Hi Shane, thanks for your comment! The potato pickle was prepared by one of the society members and with her permission I am happy to share the recipe. In fact even a blog post featuring the pickle could be a wonderful idea. Have a lovely Sunday! Bx

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