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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Twisted Picket


 

I just couldn't really get the full sweeping effect of the fence in a single shot. Standing at the corner lost the feel of it being a fence. If I had a higher vantage point at the corner that would be ideal. It wrapped around the corner continuing on back into a standard upright picket fence. There were light bulbs along the edge which must provide a pretty dramatic image at night.

Would I want a fence like this in my yard? You betcha. Would it keep dogs and kids inside (or out depending on your desires), not hardly. Pretty cool concept anyway.

9 comments:

  1. Wow, looks like this fence is floating away:))
    Have a nice weekend:)

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  2. That's just interesting! Why is it like this? I'm so curious!
    By the way, I've got two rolls of film from my Holga waiting to get developed, but I haven't taken them to the lab yet - that's why no Holga shots lately :)

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  3. My first thought when seeing the fence was The Wizard of Oz. The artist captured the fence in a brief moment of floating away as Bare bilder Berit remarked.

    Thank you all for your comments. More to come.

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  4. Wow, that's pretty wild. At first I thought the wind had created the effect, but maybe it's purposeful. It's an interesting look, but not very practical!

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  5. whaat? that thing is completely cool! the shadow it made is pretty neat too. What a good idea. I love the photo! I wouldn't mind seeing it from a different angle/end either. Nice find !

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  6. This fence is really neat - but as you mentioned, very impractical. ;o) I think Oreo would love to conquer it!!!

    Great photo!

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