Thursday, 19 March 2015

GOOD FENCES - Walk along riverside at Island Marina, I.O.W.

These are photographs I took last time I was on the Isle of Wight in January.  I found a different place to walk and these are the fences I found.  There even was slight snow in the beach which was very surprising for that island.  Enjoy.






Kingfisher







I hope you enjoyed seeing the sun and blue skies even it was freezing.

I am linking this post with GOOD FENCES.


Many thanks for your visiting and also to those who leave comments.

36 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret what an interesting selection of fences and walkways. I love the wonky one around the rusty-looking ship and the one behind the interesting sculpture. As always I love the reflections you always manage to capture! Have a great day. Jo

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  2. You do take us to some very beautiful places. Thank you.

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  3. Beautiful places to visit. The Kingfisher is my favourite, of course. The old ship all rusty, sad.

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  4. Your photos are always SO BEAUTIFUL, Margaret. Such a wonderful place for walks. blessings ~ tanna

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  5. The number of times I see Kingfishers using metal fences it always surprises me.

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  6. Hi Margaret. That's a nice variety of fencing you showed us. It's always interesting to see the different materials folks use in different parts of the world.

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  7. Nice blue sky Margaret and you caught the Kingfisher.

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  8. Wonderful selection of images. Love the reflections and that really old boat. Gorgeous Kingfisher.

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  9. beautiful marina. like the rust, too! thanks for being a loyal fence linker!

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  10. Margaret,
    hard to believe that the pictures are taken in January.
    Beautiful marina.
    Cute weather.
    Best wishes :)

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  11. The ship makes a great back drop for the closeup of the fence and king fisher

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  12. What an interesting assemblage of fence-photos, Margaret! Like Bob, I enjoyed seeing the King Fisher, but I also enjoyed the contrasts of pristine/dilapidated, close-up/in-the-distance,sharp/dreamy, bright/muted. Really quite wonderful!

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  13. always a fan of any kind of boat. they always looks so happy and peaceful too. but then you did show off some frosty leaves ... very cool. i enjoy your post. have a lovely day!! ( :

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  14. Oh my goodness, that poor old rusted ship. Is it a famous one, or a tourist attraction? But what grabs my attention here is the WATER!! Brilliant blue and smooth as silk. Are there fish in it?

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  15. these are beautiful. i love number 4 with the perfect reflections... and the old rusty ship to

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  16. Your shots are beautiful and I love the lone bird on the leaning fence along with the gorgeous green in the scene third from the bottom. Such a peaceful and calm countryside.
    The sky and the waters are amazing.
    Happy Spring.
    Hugs, CM

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  17. Very interesting photos. I don't think I have ever seen snow on a beach!

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  18. All very interesting shots of fences and the marina, The rusty boat does make a perfect backdrop for the Kingfisher. shot, and the picture with the ducks on the water and green fields is beautiful.

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  19. I love the 'post' that is the 3rd from the bottom...also love the frost covered one. Beautiful.

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  20. Glad it was not too freezing for you to share these wonderful sights.Love the kingfisher on the fence.

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  21. Love that fence with the bird sitting on it! :)
    And I like all these pictures - now I know
    where all the boats are that left my harbor here
    and didn't return yet :))
    But I would really love to spend two days
    at least on that beautiful rusty old boat! Can
    somebody please let me in? :))
    Have a beautiful evening
    【ツ】Knipsa


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  22. A beautiful walk indeed! Thanks for braving the cold and even taking pictures as you shivered! I loved everything about this island as watery places are my most favorite kind! The abandoned boat is poignant, but beautiful as it rusts! I

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  23. reflections with a promise of spring. But what kind of wreck is that?

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  24. The frost makes it look so cold there. I love that big old ship and the kingfisher. You got such a nice variety of photos to share this week! Hugs, Diane

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  25. You seem to be surrounded with endless beauty and interesting sights. This is yet another group of wonderful pictures (love the King Fisher and the old boat) and reflections. Thank you Margaret ... it is always a pleasure to visit with you ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  26. a beautiful series of images. I like the rusty old freighter

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  27. Hi Margaret,
    First-off, I send you positive vibes for warm days!

    The photos are exquisite - the scenery is very beautiful. The fence with the bird on it is a very nice shot! I like it very much.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  28. Beautiful Blues and hues!! I really love the gentle reflections from the sail boats!!

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  29. What a lovely place! I love that old rusty ship.

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  30. Hello Margaret, I sure do like all the lovely color in all your shots. That Kingfisher on the fence is great!

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  31. You picked a beautifully clear day for those pictures Margaret.Like me that freighter has seen better days!

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  32. Gorgeous shots! The water is so blue. I love seeing the kingfisher too.

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  33. What a great variety selection of fences. I love boats, all shapes and sizes and ages so there's a lot for me to like in today's post. I particularly like the rusty-looking ship and the fence that looks to be about the same age around it.

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  34. Despite the chilly weather you get some lovely blue skies (enough to make the sailor several pairs of trousers!) and brilliant green grass although my favourite photos are the rusty boat!
    Wren x

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