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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A New Mexico Fence


 With the mountain flowers being so beautiful and so bright,
it's almost easy to not see that amazing adobe fence wall
behind them.


These flowers just took my breath way.
Is it the higher altitude that makes the colors so bright...?





This is a great fence...
it surely wouldn't look THIS great, tho, without those beautiful and colorful
flowers planted beside it.

Joining with GOOD FENCES
and since this fence has ORANGE undertones, I join ORANGE YOU GLAD ITS FRI.

40 comments:

  1. what an amazing fence, I have never saw one like this!

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  2. We never see them like that here. It is like a full-figure gal...plump, smooth, round...makes me want to run my hands over it. The flowers look beautiful.

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  3. It has been quite some time since I was in the state of New Mexico I had forgotten how beautiful It was. It was one state my husband enjoyed visiting. This post brought back some very good memories. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  4. I am so crazy about adobe, lavender, Russian sage and wildflowers in bloom against it

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  5. Very pretty! Now that's something you don't see every day in Philly... Enjoy:@)

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  6. I do like the look of adobe and the color the flowers provide

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  7. Love that adobe wall....and the flowers as well.

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  8. Hi BJness! So glad you had such a great time in New Mexico. You know we lived in Roswell for 10 years when our children were little. It wasn't crazy then! ;)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia

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  9. Very unique fence and gorgeous flowers.

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  10. Now that is a treat to see. Love seeing something different!

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  11. love the fence, reminds me of the 3 years we lived in Albuquerque. Funny story: My co-worker went to New York and bought something at a shop that advertised free shipping home within the USA. Co-worker filled out the paper work to ship her purchase home to New Mexico, but the store employee said "Sorry we only ship within the USA but I will give you a 20% discount!" So she took the discount and walked to the nearest post office and shipped it for a lot less than the discount. There's a reason New Mexico's car license plates state: New Mexico USA".

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  12. It certainly is a good fence. we don't see adobe over here at all, so very interesting to see, flowers and all.

    Diana

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  13. This is all so pretty. Yes, the sage is gorgeous against the adobe. I have never been to the desert...I think it should be added to the Bucket List!

    Jane xx

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  14. Very pretty flowers and adobe fence.. Great shots, have a happy day!

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  15. Bj...these are some very unique fences! I have never been out west..anywhere so I have never seen any such as these. Great shots!

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  16. oh this is amazing. Love the look of the fences and the flower plants in front.

    Thumbs up!

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  17. Love these fences. I wished I lived in a place where they are the norm. Thank you for visiting my GOOD MIXED FENCES.

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  18. You don't see those kind of fences around here! Very interesting and pretty with all those wonderful flowers!

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  19. beautiful...they really look like a part of nature!

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  20. Now that is a type of fence we just don't have around here. But I do have the purple sage. Love the fence and flowers.

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  21. Hey that is an unusual fence, but it certainly blends in with the landscape in a clever way. Lovely flowers too.

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  22. Wow a stucco fence....maybe, but it's beautiful BJ. Thanks for sharing

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  23. Hi BJ! Finally found your blog! Thank you for following me (I've returned the favor) and leaving suck kind comments...You are now on my blogroll so I won't miss a thing!Hahaa
    Happy evening and yes, I really love the blooms there!
    hughugs

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  24. i love the key shot in your header. i have not stayed in a hotel in years. only camping for us. ( :
    i love the mexican fences - they are very earthly. have a calming feel to it all. have a lovely thursday.

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  25. I always think a fence looks best with flowers...but then what doesn't ;>)

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  26. A very interesting adn different fence and I love the plants against it

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  27. It's a great fence, but I agree it wouldn't be quite as magnificent without the flowers.

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  28. I looked everywhere and then decided to simply put your address in and up you came. I keep going to the old site...like and old dog..thinking you are going to come back. An amazing fence!

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  29. Beautiful fence. I love New Mexico. Enjoy your trip!

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  30. That is a nice looking fence especially with the pretty flowers.

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  31. Love the southwest!! Interesting how complex 'orange' is. Generally, I think of 'creamsicle' orange [before your time?]. Biut there can be elements of red or yellow, which really influence its appearance. That's why I find orange fascinating. Cheers.

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj