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Thursday, 28 April 2016

Good Fences

 

This is the very ornate, very green wrought iron railings in front of Dromore's Roman Catholic chapel.

So much detail in the railings to see.  I'm glad I don't have to paint them! Someone does do a good job of keeping them smart.


The manufacturers, G. Webb & Son, made sure to include their details!


Linking with The Run-a-Round Ranch and Good Fences


Many thanks to all who visit and comments are welcome!

29 comments:

  1. Gostei da perspectiva dada ás fotografias e a esta bela vedação.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  2. Hello Christine! The church is beautiful. The green fence has pretty details. The first photo is my favorite! Have a happy day and weekend ahead!

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  3. Hi Christine, What a beautiful fence and perfect for Good Fences! And you are so right ... That is a real project to keep nicely painted! :-) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. fabulous photos of a fabulous fence

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  5. Ah, beautiful fences and beyond Christine. Love the old church.

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  6. Beautiful everything. What a find!

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  7. Cast Iron fencing, looked the name up and he was operating around 1900 the church looks a little older so been around a long time

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  8. Hoi Christine. I love your photos. They are clear and beautiful! I should paint them red (as The vivid reds of autumn). Haha ... no, it's a joke. I love this color green!

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  9. really is very ornate and it suits the chapel, too!

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  10. These are stunning captures, and they have a bit of mystery to them, as the writer in me sees!

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  11. The first image is stunning, my friend. When I saw it in my blog reader I couldn't click on it fast enough. It's not only beautiful but quite majestic.

    Hugs and blessings to you!

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  12. You are so right, painting that fence takes a lot of detail work and concentration.

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  13. Definitely a fence that should keep anyone out. Loved the work on it.

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  14. the fence is perfect for the chapel, it looks like the steeple, all pointed to heaven. beautiful

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  15. Great view of the chapel looking through the fence. The fence is well maintained.

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  16. Christine these are awesome! First I love that they are green. I also love how ornate they are and the fact that you captured the name of the manufacturer as well. There is a wonderful moody sky in these shots too.

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  17. such a beautiful fence and how unusual that it is green!! you used a great perspective for these images!!!

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  18. Great relationship. Every picture of you is a championship photo.
    I am delighted with them.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  19. Great fence. Enjoyed all your previous photos. Just trying to get caught up with my blog reading.

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  20. I just love the places you go! Wonderful photos!

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  21. They are beautiful and so is the chapel!

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  22. I like finding names on old forestry equipment we find abandoned in the backcountry. Many times I can look it up online to get some history for the piece. - Margy

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  23. Lovely iron works, cheers Christine.

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  24. love the fence and the chapel.

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  25. That's a great fence. I love the composition of the first shot, the tall part of the fence reflecting the church spire.

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