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Love that!!!


Glad he made the turn! I did a double take with the fox. Thought it was real and climbing over YOUR fence. I'm highly suggestible.


oh, my gosh! i love it!!! :)

thanks for linking, judy!


I would have turned around, too! Great photos

Sinbad and I on the Loose

Okay, that is pretty cool, a fence for no other purpose that to show off and display lawn ornaments.


Oh, I love it! I would have requested a turn around, too.


How cute is that? Glad he turned around!


A great fun fence.


I love this fence and all the cute birds and critters! I would have turned around too! Enjoy your day!


hahahha... it's great...!

Ida P. Krause

Yep that fence would make me want to turn around to for a photo shoot. So interesting. I especially loved the Fox on one of the posts. Tell hubby thanks for being a good sport and turning around for you.


I just love the fence!...and look at that green lawn and
those pretty flowers and the wagon wheel leaning on the shed!!!
It's all beautiful....like to take my lawn chair and just park
it right out there with a good book and a tall glass of ice tea!!!
love it!


Definitely worth turning around for! I love this whimsical fence!


so neat with the animals on top. thanks for sharing.


Glad you turned around for that fence, Judy!


Oh Wonderful, so glad you turned around. That's a really great fence!!


Wonderful shots.

Amy Burzese

Fun with fences! :)

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