Not too far from here, a new outdoor Toilet facility is in the final stages of construction. It should be named The Princess Melita Bonaparte Memorial Toilet. She’s had to put up with so much of what goes into those places!
Here is the fecal fence for free finally!
All caution is off when the Grand Opening Ribbon cutting ceremonial is on. Down the street, the Memorial Shrine is nearly ready!
This fence, enclosing the area near the dog park of Corona Heights, sometimes posts signs related to activities—BUG DAY–that had to be a fun one for the children who attend the Museum-sponsored activity.
Does being called a bug bug the insects that aren’t bugs?
County Fair sign, reminding me of such things that had far less competition for one’s time back in Indiana.
Here are some fences worth a few glances! Inspired by Markovich Arts–you have such wonderful camera skills!
San Francisco behind Barbed Wire (not the Pola Negri film!).
White gravel on one side, sidewalk on the other.
The fence of finality, tranquility, East of Taos, New Mexico, May 2012
A painting which suggests a barbed wire fence, an abstraction of the real thing, a symbol of the symbol, used as one would use lined paper, with a message not completed..
A fence can signify many things, division, boundaries, design, being kept in or out. It can serve as a symbol of class differences, or simply be functional, intended to protect or preserve.