Thursday, October 2, 2014

A Suffolk Fence

Yesterday I was at the Suffolk Art Museum viewing the quilts on exhibit there. The trip provided a wonderful opportunity for me to take a picture of a house nearby that I have absolutely been pea-green with envy over.

It's so elegant, Southern, Gone With The Windish.  And, they have the most interesting fence in front. Very short so as to not block the view of passersby


but just take a gander at the entry!! It makes such a STATEMENT!!


I am linking with Good Fences today. Why don't you take a look at Theresa's meme. You'll like it, I bet.


17 comments:

  1. Oh yes, Mom! The entrance is grand, and the fence short enough not to interfere with that super grand house! Wow, it is just so beautiful!!!

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  2. Those are quite high pillars to this entrance.

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  3. oh wow, that is beautiful! i'm pea green now too! :)

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  4. That fence is meant to stand the test of time! I hope you were allowed to take pictures of the quilts!

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  5. Oh yeah it does remind me of, GWTW (which I love by the way). Awesome looking home and the entryway is wonderful. Brick work is really neat.

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  6. Now I've seen a thousand fences (it seems like--ha) today on blogs --and yours is the BEST of all... WOW--what a place. Love that "Gone with the Windish" place. Gorgeous.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Gorgeous place! Love that fence! Thanks for your visit to my blog.

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  8. It is a pretty house and I love the entrance.. Great shots, enjoy your day!

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  9. Wow, you are right, very Gone with the Windish!!

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  10. great fence and gate and the house isn't too shabby either.

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  11. I like the house but that gate seems to compete with it.

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  12. How very grand indeed! It's so wonderful to know it will last for even more years to come! Hugs!

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  13. very nice and special both of them. :)

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  14. I love seeing these grand homes. Thanks for sharing.

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