Friday, June 10, 2011

Life On The Fence

Life On The Fence is a good thing here.  Under the fence and below the fence and beside the fence, I never run out of fun things to snap.
Two kangaroos were living in a zoo pen with a 20-foot high fence.
One morning, both kangaroos were found wandering around the zoo, and were quickly put back in their pen, and the fence was put up to 30 feet.


Next morning, they were found outside again, so the fence was made 40 feet high.
The fence got up to 60 feet, and still the kangaroos were outside in the morning.


One kangaroo says to the other, "How high will they make this fence, do you think?"

"Don't know," says the second. "Depends when they discover they're not locking the gate."

20 comments:

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

what a delightful read!

i love your fence!

awesome shots!
some of them are very artistic and minimal.
love this.

happy weekend!

betty xx

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Funny story.This post shows that beauty is everywhere.I love all the little curls and details.

Picturit said...

Great joke and fab pics Sandra, Your back garden is a magical place methinks.

DawnTreader said...

Haha. And I like your curly thingys!

Deb said...

lol...you always make me laugh...cool photos...cute story..

Dianna said...

Beautiful picks - I, too, love all the little curls.
And funny joke - thanks for the early morning laugh. I'll be sharing that one!

Snapper II said...

Great Post !!!!!
I'm not from Mars ,though Madeline thinks I am. I rather think I'm from Troy, I am "Achilles" The greatest Italian stallion in greek Mythology........ I'll just stop there no one will read it any way.

RonJoe 'Geezer' said...

Hahaha! Kangaroos are smarter than some people I know :-)

Chatty Crone said...

Once again I am shocked at the difference a great camera can make - how interesting. Love it.

Ginny said...

The last picture is my favorite, wow!!!! Guess sitting on the fence is a good thing after all!!!

What Karen Sees said...

What a good way to start my weekend, (It's Saturday morning here), with one of your jokes!!! BTW I just love this vine. I could spend hours photographing it!

Stacey Dawn said...

Coughing through my laughter - thank you!!! Love it!

S. Etole said...

what a great story! and a spirally little vine ...

photowannabe said...

(:0)
Love all the squiggly tendrils Sandra. Great post.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

You have a lot of life on the fence! NICE

Debbie @ Swampbilly Ranch said...

Love this series of pics! What a great eye.

SquirrelQueen said...

That is too funny!
Looks like your fence is very busy, I love those little curls.

srp said...

So how do you prevent the tomato black rot on the bottom.... it is rampant in this area.

Ann said...

love the story and awesome life on your fence there

Kilauea Poetry said...

Lol) this was cute..the fence is just captivating Sandra!! Love the delicate vine too-