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Your photo appears not to be showing, at least not for me.
I don't see it either.
No fence, just a big white minus sign in a white oval on a black background.
No fence, no photo :(HOpe you get it sorted soon LindylouHave a good weekend.Fiona
Nope no photo for me either. It seems many people are having problems and are being told they have run out of photo space! Keep dry and warm over there. Diane
The photo is not showing.
A case of the missing fence...
Picture taken at night?:)
Thanks for all your comments which after reading in my inbox this morning I rushed straight over here, only to find photo was showing for me!? I have re-edited the post and hope you can now all see it as well?
Unique fence! Well taken.
Now, this is my kind of fence...and homemade, too. Your husband it very clever. It is so pretty. Actually, you got a twofer this time as there is another fence in the background. Good job :-) The lighting in this one is stunning. I am finally back to the blogging world. LR class is over, my back's been acting up, and the trip to my daughter's in MD over T'giving all took their toll. I had to just shut down the computer for a bit, but all is back to normal now. Hope you are OK. genie
If it does the job then that is all that is necessary. Love the cactus. As you have guessed by now it is working for everyone! Diane
It is a Yucca, Diane. :)
I see the fence! I see the fence!!And I WANT one!!Dang--I'll have to start collecting branches and see if I can make a miniature one in my flower garden. It's just cute!
That is an interesting looking fence!
Interesting fence!! A good use of bits and pieces!! I am into a frugal period in my life, and this just illustrates it all!!!
This is a much more interesting fence than one where every rail and picket is predictably the same.
Beautiful picture you show.Have tried with pamler (Trachycarpus fortunei) in the garden 3 times, but winter is too hard here in Denmark, so they can not overwinter.Wish you a good Sunday :)Hanne Bente
Delicious fence, I love your garden. Greetings.
Would you call this a wattle fence? It's a nice functional fence using natural resouces. I see someone thinks the plant is perhaps a cactus, a palm...and I think it looks like yucca. :)Thanks for your Friday Fence visit! :)
Yes I think so, it is made out of willow Carla and you are correct the plant is a Yucca.
Oh, I love this rustic hand made fence by your husband! It has much more character the ones you buy.Thanks for vising my Friday Fence.
Thanks for leaving a comment on my Friday's Fences contribution. Yours is an unusual fence, too. Reeds?
The fence is made from Willow also from our garden.
Fabulous fence choice this week! I like that it's horizontal...seems like rustic wooden fences are mostly vertical! :-)
Thats a cool fence Lindy. Well done!
Your husband did a great job...does it keep the critters out of your garden?
That I doubt as our boundaries are extensive and animals usually find a way. :)
Great palm trees. Love your pictures.Greetings,Filip
Not palm trees but Yucca which grow well here as you can see. :)
Congratulations to your husband LindyLou on his creativity - it's a great fence!
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