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Remember my fascination with benches and leaves?
I also have a
fascination with fence posts.
Finding pleasure in the simple things :) 

You are always free to do something that makes you smile.
~ Unknown

36 comments:

Lara said...

great perspective, great mood.

quintarantino said...

Good black and white fences...

dot said...

I think we like the same kind of pictures. You are doing great with your photography!

Old Wom Tigley said...

The fact you heard the posts calling says to me just how much you are in touch with your surroundings, and how you are in touch with your life as a whole.
Enjoy Enjoy.

I found this SIMPLY little poem I thought you might like.

Simple Things


Daybreak, and here am I
Starbound against the sky
Have you ever watched a blossom fall
Or heard a Robin call and wondered why?
For awhile, think on the simple things
How a smile can cause a heart to sing
Daybreak is just a prayer
For the many things the day can bring
A heart full of simple things
Nightbird, ride the wind
Find your way to where the day begins
Shadows waiting in the fading light
Have whispered their goodnight and slipped away
Hear me now, think on the simple things
How a song can cause the world to sing
Kneel now with me in prayer
For many things the day can bring
A heart full of simple things
A heart full of simple things...

I hope you enjoyed it..
Tom

Irene said...

Those are great photos! You do a wonderful job!

And thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such kind comments!

Larry D said...

As always i enjoyed stopping by to see how you can capture great photos from simple things.

Andrea said...

Who would have thought an old fence would make such an attractive picture? Great shot.

Annie said...

Such everyday things speak to us, everyday, don't you think, Kerri? We are so familiar with them as we ordinarily look at them that it gives us a thrill of delight to see them depicted anew, in light and shadow and color and perspectve.

I almost posted wood and screen today - perhaps I'll do it tomorrow.

And thank you for the compliment about presenting Little Rock in an inviting fashion.

RuneE said...

A great B & W post!

(I'm sorry - I just couldn't help it - but it was great)

imac said...

Yer know, you posted a great post.




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NorthBayPhoto said...

Fantastic shots.

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Viola said...

My feeling is, after getting interested in taking pictures, just want to take pictures of all that seems attractive to me. Nice black and white pictures.

'Through-JoAnn's-Digital-Eyes' said...

Hi I really can imagne your feelings about this photo, its so well done,I like both photo's very much:)

Come and look at my blog and see my alternative christmas decoration. Have a great weekend!

JoAnn greetings,

happyone said...

Oh yes, I like posts too. You've taken some great photos of them
I liked your poem old wom tigley. :-)

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Ooohhhh! I love posts, too! Somewhere on my blog (October I think) I posted some beach photos and all the boardwalks and fenceposts. Yours is a beauty!!!

Salty said...

Now this is the darndest thing, a post of a post :) :)

Great work Kerry, although I'm mostly a color guy the b&w really works here!

Willard said...

That's what I really like about photography. It makes one appreciate things they otherwise would not notice the beauty thereof. Good job on the fences, and thanks for the comment on my blog.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Love the photo, very nicely put

John Roberts said...

I like the top one best. Interesting use of depth of field in both of them. Maybe fence posts could be the start of a long-term series/project?

Annie said...

Hi Kerri, I linked to your field posts photo in my own post today.

Isadora said...

It is a pleasure to find joy in the little things and posts do have sturdy qualities that suggest safety. The black & white photo makes them look glamorous.

Oswegan said...

Nice post(s).

Cheers,

~Oswegan

Ida said...

Nice! :)
Your blog is so beautiful! :)))

Daniel J Santos said...

Nice B&W photos.

USAincognito said...

What great shots of something so simple!

Gene Bach said...

Really nice pictures. I like the thought of the poem as I was thinking that those pictures would be well wedded to one. Good stuff!

Tony, Paula, Murphy & Cosmo said...

that is really good Kerri, love the angles.

kate said...

Wooden benches and posts just seem to go together - those are interesting, moody photographs. I think you'd love the areas around here ... prairies with lots and lots of fenceposts.

Gwen said...

I like images in nature that have texture, color and line that draw the eye and the posts do the same for me here too!

Mike said...

I like them too! Great shots.
This I Do...

Ruth at flying said...

I can see why you love posts. Wonderful eye for the "mundane" that is beautiful.

Me said...

Look at it this way... you could say this country was tamed by the fence post. I don't know if that is a good thing or not, but they do play a significant role in our history. Two neat shots you got.

Dusty Lens said...

Fantastic details, perfect in B and W! wow, leaves, benches, and fence posts, all from the beauty of wood!

evlahos said...

great dof, wonderful textures

Rick said...

Something about you and fences...;-)...Love it!! Great color. Meshes perfectly.

Ms. Math said...

I'm glad you find pleasure in simple things like fence posts, because I love seeing them! These shots are great!

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