Old Wooden Picket Fences

I found myself strangely enthralled by these old wooden picket fences! I couldn’t help but think of the history…the hands that built them…the time that was invested…Do not move an ancient boundary marker
    or enter fields that belong to the fatherless. Prov 23:10

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16 thoughts on “Old Wooden Picket Fences

  1. myrajohnson says:

    I can imagine the people standing there, putting the fences up. I can imagine the voices, too. Old farmers, young hired hands….. Thanks for posting! The sepia photo is my favorite. 🙂

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  2. E.C. says:

    Wonderful photos. Seeing nostalgic fences always put me in a pensive mood and I wonder about the history they’ve seen pass by them. 🙂

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  3. Paige Hamilton says:

    These are beautiful photos! I’ve always loved old fences. I see them as a connector to the past … as well as a reminder of the boundaries God has placed around me for protection.

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  4. motherhendiaries says:

    Lovely pictures! I would have called these split rail fences, actually. (potato, potahto… haha!) I agree – I am in love with them and cannot help but think of whose hands built them and how long ago that may have been. A lovely post! 🙂

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