Whos keeping an eye on me....

Friday, 13 July 2012

Fridays Fence - a post to #41

Continuing my feel for the moorland fence, this one is situated at Derybshire Bridge close to the iconic Cat & Fiddle public house - see info on this place here
this iconic moorland inn.
It is looking out towards the Goyt Valley.
Notice the old Drystone wall situated along side parts of the fence

15 comments:

Beth said...

gorgeous fence line. wow. it would keep you busy with work. i'm following ya now. i like your comment of "who's keeping an eye on me..." funny. ha. ha!! (:

4RRanch said...

The terrain looks like where my husband would like to be, the sandhills of Nebraska.

Tanya said...

what a beautiful scene!

Jill said...

Absolutely lovely! Great perspective. I'm your newest follower. :)

Maple Lane said...

Great to meet you, Dave. What a gorgeous photo and blog. Have a nice weekend. Mildred/Maple Lane blog

Kathy said...

Our cattle here in Texas would love those tall grasses.

Thanks for your comment. Actually, if you were just ambling by driving down a back road you too would see this fence. That's the way I saw it!

TexWisGirl said...

that is so cool. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I really like this fence that goes on and on. I like the old drystone wall next to it too.
Thanks for stopping by and your nice comment. I love all your bird photos and am following you now.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

That fence seems to go on and on and on and...


Battered Gate

Jan n Jer said...

Love your perspective on this shot!

Ramona said...

I just love the rolling hills.

Anni said...

I really like the view!!! It's like the fence line goes on and on forever!!!

Just wanted you to know that I added a linky to my newest bird photos today. If you'd care to stop by and leave a link. And perhaps if you know of anyone who loves birding--let them know of the new birding meme I set up for a weekly run---The Bird D'Pot. Stop by if you can. And have a glorious week.

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Faye said...

Your photo brings back some great memories, Dave. A friend and I did a coast to coast walk of England's Lake District a few years ago. Started on the Irish Sea side at Newby Bridge and ended up at Whitby on North Sea. Remember walking through fields like this and climbing over many fences!

EG CameraGirl said...

Beautiful countryside and I LOVE the wooden fence.

Marie said...

I am filled with longing over this photo! You could just wander along the fence for hours, and soak in that lovely countryside!