Thursday, 25 January 2018

Fences Around The World.

Sharing "The Sleeping Stone," my favourite sculpture in our town square,  park fences and railings, also in town, for Fences Around The World.



 


 

When photo is taken one way, it looks dark like this.
 

From the other side, it looks this pale grey colour.
 

Entrance to park.
 

Little Bandstand with railings.
 

Houses in the main street.
 

Detail of railings, and you can also see the pretty blue tiles, that are so traditionally Portuguese,
 
FENCES Around The World

24 comments:

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

As stones go, that is one of the best around.

David Gascoigne said...

I find the Sleeping Stone especially interesting, Sonjia, but all the pictures evoke a very pleasant reaction. If only that stone could tell its stories what could it reveal? It's good to see all that greenery and fine weather as I look out my window at a snowy backyard. January is coming to a close, however, so spring is not so far away.

Sami Niilola said...

Hi. Sleeping stone is awesome and grey fence. Have a nice evening.

matti juhani niilola said...

Sleeping stone is awesome. I like it a lot. Greetings.

Gosia k said...

woow great fences join to my post

Teresa said...

Muy bonita la roca. Un beso.

Mike Attwood said...

Hi Sonjia,
Interesting pictures. I like the fence pictures. In my very young days they were barriers which I was forbidden to cross and that thought still lingers in my mind. That is probably the reason I like to walk in the great outdoors. Take care, Mike.

Jeevan said...

Nice fences from your town and I really liked the simple yet moving stone sculpture! And loved the windows and balconies of the row houses and everything looks neat out there.

Len said...

Very nice to see some pics of your town. I hope you will be able to show some more, such as views of the town square. With your "eye" I bet even the shopping centre would look interesting and they would certainly form a historical record which would prove valuable in years to come.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I like the Sleeping Stone and the first fancy fence. Lovely scenes and photos. Enjoy your day and weekend!

Ida said...

Very nice post. The sleeping stone is super cool and I really liked the design of that first fence.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Wow - love that rock. And the two views of the fence - and all the railings and fences - great post!

Tom said...

...the first fence is striking!

Lowcarb team member said...

Lovely to see these, liked all of your photographs.
Enjoy your weekend.

All the best Jan

carol l mckenna said...

Awesome series of photos and such unique fences ~

Happy Week ahead,
A ShutterBug Explores
aka (A Creative Harbor

Ela said...

The sleeping stone is very interesting and so beautiful !!
Thank you for showing this monument !!
Greetings

Debbie said...

the sleeping stone is quite extraordinary, so too is the weeping willow behind it!!

you found some beautiful fences, the railing on the blue building is so unique and elaborate!!

Nancy Chan said...

The stone does look like its sleeping! Beautiful fence and nice scenery!

Christine said...

Lots of lovelies to enjoy in your sunny post! The Sleeping Stone is great & those blue tiled houses are beautiful!

La Biosfera de Lola said...

Espectacular. Maravillosas fotos. Besos.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It's nice to see your beautiful hometown. The stone is definitely sleeping )) and I really like that fence and the way it looks different from each angle.

Derek Billington said...

Lovely photo's Sonjia xx

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Beautiful scenes in all the glory!

Thanks so much for shwring the scenic wonders with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin'!

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Beautiful scenes in all the glory!

Thanks so much for shwring the scenic wonders with us birders at I'd Rather B Birdin'!

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