Thursday, 9 June 2016

GOOD FENCES - Bonchurch and E. Cowes (Part 4)

Today we continue our walk of Bonchurch and East Cowes and we are heading along the beach front with houses on our left.  This was a dividing wall between houses and I found it fascinating the items people had embedded into the wall.
if you missed the first 3 parts here are the link. Part 1, Part 2. Part 3.







Loved this thick rope beautifully draped over the sea wall.

Look in tomorrow for the penultimate post in this series.

I am linking this  post with GOOD FENCES.

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

27 comments:

  1. Rock wall art! This is beyond cool! Who wouldn't love to put something in the wall... then they can have their own permanent little piece of art for everyone to see. My two favorites are the cat and the small face. A wall that looks back at us!

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  2. Love that face. And the cat. Stunning. Quirky. Beautiful.

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  3. These are the most unusual stonewalls I've seen and with the pieces of art inserted, they become even more fascinating! I like the thick rope loops in shadow too! Thanks Margaret!

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  4. I love that stone wall!! What a great idea.

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  5. What a great looking wall, so interesting!

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  6. pretty interesting 'touches' of character. :)

    i have linked you.

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  7. Such an interesting and beautiful wall! Love the rope on the seawall. You have a wonderful eye for composition.

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  8. that is sure a neat wall and all the unusual objects are cool too.

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  9. that wall is so neat with all its treasures!

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  10. OMG that is so awesome. I think the builder of the wall had to have embedded those figures in his wall. Maybe a passerby put the bottle in to spruce it up a bit ... this has the be the best fence ever :)

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  11. What a useful and whimsical wall! Love the shadows created by the rope hanging over the edge of the wall.

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  12. Did not see the face/head coming! I like the interesting additions to the wall though :o) Thanks for sharing!

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  13. Just amazing and original!
    Bonchurch and East Cowes looks a wonderful place!

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  14. Margaret...these are so incredible! What a fantastic share.
    By the way, thanks so much for stopping by I'd Rather B Birdin'. I haven't been online much these days, and today is the first day I've been visiting with blog friends.

    I'm glad I did NOT miss this!!

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  15. How interesting to see the things embedded! I know I've seen things embedded in fireplace mantles (my Dad did this) but I would want to take pics of everything in that wall! Hugs, Diane

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  16. That is certainly unique,but I'm not sure it is my style.

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  17. very interesting rock wall. loved the carved rock statues... hope all is well.

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  18. That was one cool looking wall. I enjoyed the different forms that were within it. Loved the cat. Also a great looking rope draping over the sea wall.

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  19. What a wonderful find! Again, thanks for sharing.

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  20. Fantastic and unusual walls (fences)! I must say, I LOVE the blue wine bottle.

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  21. I agree, I love peoples creativity, such a fun idea!
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Wren x

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  22. What amazing people to think what to implant, and then do it!

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  23. Think that face in the wall is very interesting, and everything there looks lovely and unique. Wonder who left their rope??

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