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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Mossy oak and a fence


Natchez, Mississippi didn't have the huge masses of moss dripping off trees like you see in Louisiana
(or at least I didn't find any),
but Natchez did have plenty of fences


Linking with:
Friday's Fences

17 comments:

Carletta said...

What a lovely shadowed walkway along that wonderful fence! Reminds me of Charleston, SC.
Love the shadows as well.

Judy @ daily yarns said...

That is moss? How neat to see that, living in the North country you don't see that at least I never have. Pretty fence too.

Rose said...

This is a beautiful view! Wish I were walking down that walkway.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

What a pretty view. I like the fence and the shadows on the sidewalk. I've never seen moss hanging from a tree.

Elaine said...

I love the dappled light along the pathway. Hanging moss is new to me - it's very pretty. There are so many different textures going on there, from hard black metal through to soft moss, with the lines drawing me ever deeper into the photograph. Beautiful.

Beth said...

oh, i loved traveling through Natchez, Mississippi ... gorgeous area. love it!! (:

Jan n Jer said...

Great shot...very welcoming!

Sandra said...

i love spanish moss and old trees and with the added fence, it is beautiful.

Tanya said...

old oaks, spanish moss and wrought iron....3 of my favorite things!

Cranberry Morning said...

You bring us the most beautiful photos and make me want to see it in person!

Heidi said...

Such a beautiful pic...Have a wonderful weekend!

Pamela Gordon said...

I would love to stroll down this sidewalk under those huge trees. Beautiful!

Debbie said...

what a beautiful path/place!!

gorgeous fence and those trees, oh those trees!!

Rita said...

I love wrought iron fences. They remind me of the line in the poem " When I am an old Woman I shall wear Purple" that goes "And run my stick along the public railings."

I recall my brothers doing that when we were young.
They could get quite a sound from that stick and those railings.

Kathy said...

I love wrought iron fences. I visited a plantation in Louisiana recently and they keep the Spanish moss off the live oak trees because it becomes infested with chiggers which fall onto the visitors at the plantation, causing much agony in the days to come after their visit!

Marie said...

The perfect scene...great iron fence; great moss-dripping trees!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A perfect fence it is--and a wonder-filled place for a walk!

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