We walk past this house all the time and wonder about the spiky fencing! So I went and got this book at the library. I love to read history.
Several of you commented on the fence I photographed and posted the other day on how "unfriendly" that fence looked. Here it is again:
In comparison to the next photo....that one suddenly looks awful nice and friendly and welcoming all of a sudden doesn't it? HA HA LOL
I dont think they are open to visitors today, what do you think? Who wants to try to go up and ring their bell? Not me!
I love to photograph all the textures and patterns of old brick, iron, wood, chipping paint and architecture that is dripping with history. I can keep busy for hours roaming our city streets, alleys, cemeteries, and churchyards doing just that. joining Tex for the "Good Fences" party!
I have a few more pictures from our recent Wildlife Expo to share with y'all. I think they called this regal bird an "Asian Eagle Owl". I was mesmerized by her bright orange eyes and her alert manner! NOTHING got past her "eagle eyes". LOL She had such beautiful and unique feathers too.
This is a juvenile barred owl in flight. I LOVE SEEING THEIR BIG WINGS all spread out!
Camel close up!
There were pony rides
and big bouncy slides
and amazing woodwork to buy.
Some scary indoor exhibits:
Do you think this dog loves his master?
This youngster is taking a good long look at the birds of prey exhibit!
A nice fire pit kept us warm while listening to lively bluegrass music!
I love me some banjo music! My great grandpa played!
Dogs enjoying the outdoor music! Below, colorful things to buy!