Friday, November 18, 2011

Village Of The Arts-Fence Friday

Silly me once wrote on a blog that there are no fences here, that I live in the city. The Village of the  Arts has a fence in almost every yard, I could post a different fence each day for months.
If you missed my first three Post on The Village, look on the side bar at Label Village of the Arts or scroll down to the last 3 post.


Linking to Jan's Friday Fences, join the fun, or just check out the fences.

30 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

You've got so many fences in that one area it would be hard to keep track of them all. The fences are so pretty but what I really like are the mosaic planters. I wouldn't mind have those on my patio.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

I love this community, So colorful and those flower post...WOW.... now that is something I would like to do with the excess stained glass pieces I have laying around.

Thanks so much for this eye opening tour. As always, Superb photography!

Snapper II said...

These photos are so neat. Fantastic place to take pic's.

Deb said...

cool fences...I love that Rooster...

Rose said...

I would love it if you posted a photo from there every day for a month! I love all that you have shown from that place....love the colors...just love everything about it.

missing moments said...

I have yet to go visit here ... you make it so cool looking!

TexWisGirl said...

YAY for fences! even if some are outrageous colors! :)

Pam said...

The viberent colors add flare to the name Divine Excess folk art. I love the eye candy of artsy places like The Village.

Nice series of shots, Sandra.
hugs, Pam

Mama-Bug said...

Lots of wonderful, colorful fences!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

colorful fence & perfect for Friday's Fences =)

George said...

You've found a wide variety of fences. I'm not sure I like the green fence, but I must admit that it goes well with the house and surroundings.

Scott said...

That clearly is quite the artsy little community. I'll bet it's fun to stroll through.

Ginny said...

I do love the green fence and the big heavy colorful planters. I would buy them and put them out front even if I had no plants for them. I'm more interested in all the stuff in the yard, though! Hope you have a picture of it next time!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

That green fence is a little over the top for me, but it's definitely interesting! Lots to see in this colorful community!

LC said...

Yum! Fanciful, fantastic fence fotos!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Those fences are so pretty. If I ever get to that part of the country,I have to visit this place.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

nice fences! love light colour fences. thanks for sharing.

woow! wonderful shots; you certainly have the eye for catching interesting angles!

have a great weekend, dearest!
betty

EG Wow said...

Love the green of the fence. It's so cheerful and, well...artsy!

Kim, USA said...

Wow I like to live there for I like fences. I would be the most colorful fence each stick has a different color hehe. Thanks for sharing!

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Jan n Jer said...

what a treasure trove of fences. I would love to visit this place. Those bright colors reminds me alot of the cottages in Key West Fl. Thanks for playing FF.

SweetMarie said...

You must have the most colorful fence pics around. :) I love those flower pots...pretty!
Have a wonderful weekend Sandra!

Janie said...

Colorful, fun, full, what a great post. What really caught my eye is your header with the sunflowers on the left side. NICE. I have not been blogging lately, good to be back.

Correction: Crows have darker eyes, compared to the grackle. I did not really notice this, glad I have readers to point it out.

BlueShell said...

Lovely...magnificent, Sandra: thank you!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

WOW!!!Super photos of Everything...including the Fences! What great color and designs! LOVE your HEADER with the the flower superimposed! Very creative! All soooo WELL DONE!

Carletta said...

These look like the kind of places I could get lost in and probably be broke when I left. :)
That green fence is bright for sure and I can see Christmas already strung or perhaps they are always there.
I love the fence keeping the big chicken behind it. :)
Great finds!!
Your header is wonderful too with it's purple fence.
Carletta@Round The Bend

Ann said...

I've always found white picket fences to be quite charming. I like the colors in that first fence but I don't know if I would care for that around my house

Faye said...

What a great place to visit--or even better--live for part of the year surrounded by all this creativity. It reminds me of Irishtown in Baton Rouge--a really funky art colony--some of questionable taste but all wonderful to see!

DawnTreader said...

Must indeed be a fun place to visit with the camera. I bet you could find lots of blogging themes in that area.

Catherine said...

So many things to look at!
xo Catherine

Bridget Larsen said...

Wow you have the most colour fences I have seen. I love the one on your blog, where do you find them, or more so where do you live that you have these gorgeous fences
Bridet #2