Friday, May 4, 2012


Earlier I was very busy trying to finish all the work I had to do for my first deadline, well I made it!
I am very happy that the work is done, for now, and I can go outside and enjoy making some photos again.
This is a fence I photographed somewhere in Harlem.

Happy Fence Friday everyone and have a wonderful weekend!
{I am linking with Friday Fences, hop over there to see more beautiful fences}

9 comments:

  1. Je foto's worden steeds mooier.

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  2. Wonderful photograph you make for us today, Nellies. I really like the depth of field. I think the green tree sucklings might be Chinese Hackberry (Celtis sinensis), which is considered a noxious weed over here because it self-propragates at an alarming rate. Sorry ... you might need to use a translator for some of this ... this is the best I can do with a translator ...

    De prachtige foto die u vandaag voor ons hebt gemaakt, Nellies. Ik houd werkelijk van de diepte van gebied. Ik denk de groene boomzuigelingen Chinese Hackberry zouden kunnen zijn (sinensis Celtis), die als een schadelijk onkruid over hier omdat het zelf -zelf-propragates aan een alarmerend tarief wordt beschouwd.

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  3. Beautiful ,I love a nice fence shot-great perspective & love the leaves in the foreground.

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  4. Lovely, lovely photo. The plant gives just the right contrast to the iron fence. Beautiful!

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  5. Thank you all for your kind comments!
    Have a great weekend.

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  6. beautiful shot. love your depth of field, and that green!

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  7. Happy Friday Fence to you too Nellie. Nice, really nice pic!

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