Fencing, that amazing selection of post or stakes joined together with wire or wood that serves as an enclosure, barrier or boundary. Fences can be as simple as a strand of wire charged with an electric current or as ornate as the human mind can imagine.
I grew up in farm country so I have dealt with my fair share of fences. I've even encountered a few that I had to climb in a hurry to escape either a rogue animal or one of my nine brothers. But, mostly when I see a fence I wonder what it is protecting or maybe, hiding. Yep, I've been glad a few times that no one could see the mess my patio fence was hiding.
I currently live in a row of townhouses, and my patio is surrounded by a six foot privacy fence. Much to the chagrin of the Old Salt, I have decorated on both sides with a lot of what I like to call decorative items. Perhaps one day I will actually put my fence on display for Friday Fences. But, this week I have another type of decorated fence to share.
I captured these pictures a few years ago when I traveled to Alabama for my cousin's wedding. They decided to have a small affair, in their front yard, with a Polynesian or Hawaiian theme. The fence played a big part in the decorations for this event.
Now, I should warn you that parts of Alabama are not known for having lush green lawns. In fact my mother tells tales about it being one of her chores as a girl to regularly sweep their front yard. So, just imagine you can see grass in the following shots. You will also have to click to enlarge for best detail.
As a side note you might enjoy knowing the ministers name was actually Johnny Cash.
Linking to Friday Fences hosted by Jan and Jer and Ms. Burrito's Color Connection.
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