Yesterday was wonderfully warm, so I drove to Bethel Beach for a brief visit. On the left side of the road leading to the beach is a fence line I've always admired.
Although it isn't easy to see in these pictures (at least not on my screen, but then again my eyesight is fading fast, so the screen isn't entirely to blame), there is barbed wire attached to these posts.
In the shots above and below, a pine tree has grown around the wire.
Below it's easier to see.
This isn't far from the barn I talked about in (click here) this post.
|Those two in the foreground are posts. (Wire hangs from the one|
on the left.) Standing in the middle further back, a dead pine tree
blends in well, looking as weathered and worn as the posts.
|If you cannot see the barbed wire, click on the image to enlarge.|
I don't think it will enlargen enough for me to see it, but I know it's
there. Also, enlargen is a word. It was just invented, right here on
|There is another fence line on the left|
headed down towards those pine trees.
|You can see it better here.|
Are you still awake? Or did my talking about an invisible fence that looks like a bunch of dead trees in the middle of a swamp cause your head to drop backwards and your eyes to slam shut?
I don't blame you. It's just that I'm so easily amused, I could talk about stuff like this forever.
(Even if I'm not quite sure what I'm talking about.)
In other more interesting news, my daughter's last basketball game is tonight at King William. The long drive will be well worth it to see them (hopefully) beat King William and finish their season with a perfect record.
I can't wait.
Have a great day.