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Thursday, 16 October 2014

BUILT TO LAST

Not a fence i know....but does the same job LINKING TO THERESA @ GOOD FENCES

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful stone walls. I wonder how old these ones are .no doubt they will last forever. The men who laid them left a real legacy!

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  2. i have SO wanted stone walls around a property! just fabulous, peter!

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  3. So beautiful with those stonewalls! :)

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  4. The stone wall is handsome and - in my opinion - better than a wooden fence. It'll be around for a long long time!

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  5. Maybe not a fence but they work for me. Love the rock walls? Have a happy weekend!

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  6. I love this!!! Absolutely gorgeous! I've posted my share of "walls" too...not to worry!

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  7. Oh, I love those old stone fences!

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  8. LOVE it, looks like a fence to me.

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  9. Awesome wall/fence. Where or where is this? It reminds me of scens I've seen of Ireland.

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  10. Peter it is a fence albeit a stone one. Looks like donegal as they have lots of these bordering their fields.

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  11. I love drystone walls. I'm continually amazed at their variety.

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  12. Oh Wow!!! I've never seen like this; great long stone fence♪
    Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  13. The amount of work that must have gone into the miles of walls in the UK (and elsewhere) is remarkable when you think about it!

    Nice picture.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  14. Maybe not a real fence indeed but a separation:-)
    Very nice these stones 'lines'.

    Greeting, Helma

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