Many years ago we vacationed in New Hampshire and Maine and I too loved those walls.This is a lovely shot!
The colors add accent to the rocks! Nice job!
Love those stone fences in New Hampshire! I was thee last fall and I think I posted pictures of some then.Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yes those stone fence posts will be there for hundreds of years. :0)
It looks like this wall is long forgotten about. Even the rusting equipment suggest the area is not visited too often.
when we were traveling to Maine we stopped off in New Hampshire. I think it was my favorite at that moment. it left a lasting impression on my mind & memory. hope to see those states again soon. fingers crossed. (:
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I guess I am a Nerd..because I love that stone wall! The New England states are so beautiful n quaint too! Welcome to FF..LOL your profile!
Wonderful example of stone walls--which is what I suspect they are called in New England. In Kentucky we call them dry stone fences because no mortar is used in building them.
truly beautiful. love these old fences. :)
I have wondered are they walls or fences...whatever name they go by, they are my favorite of favorites!
stone walls and i love it!!
Stone walls... that's what I've always called them, anyway. Thank you for the link, too! I love history, so that was very interesting =)Can you imagine living waaay back then? The history is incredible!Thanks so much for stopping by & commenting =)
How lovely! I would love to have a stone wall, too! :)
I love stone walls but you don't see many in the south. This is a lovely photo.
I, too, wonder about and admire stone walls. Love your shot.
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