Saturday, April 12, 2008



Today's topic: TWISTED






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15 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Born in Nebraska...growing up in Colorado and living in Texas, I must say ---I LOVE this photo!!!

I'm Twisted! Drop by if you can. Happy Hunting.

rajson said...

I love this photo very much!
The colour and the rusty stile.
Have a nice weekend whishes from sweden!

Barbara H. said...

Nice rustic spin on the twisted theme!

Katney said...

I took a picture of some barbed wire on my neighbor's fence in case I did not find another twisted. Yours is a wonderful picture. Mine was not. It would have sufficed, but I am glad I found some others. I am glad you found your barbed wire.

John said...

Hi Anita!
What a nice take on this week's theme. Happy weekend!

Anita said...

Thanks, everyone!

I almost didn't take this picture, it's such a common sight here in Kansas it's easy to just look right past it!

Dina said...

The barbed wire and your music "I'll Fly Away" transport me back to Heifer Ranch days in Arkansas! Thank you for that.
I love your blog.

Anita said...

You're very welcome! :)

Dina said...

Shalom Anita, thanks for visiting Jerusalem Hills. I am STILL listening to all your good songs!

andrée said...

Oh I LOVE this photo! I really love it. The colors, the atmosphere.

Anita said...

Thank you!

Sarge Charlie said...

I love this photo, have a nice weekend

quintarantino said...

Seeing this photo one can almost feel the country air of the place where it was taken.
And certainly that barbed wire is twisted ...

Old Wom Tigley said...

I really do like this picture and I just wanted to tell you so.
Tom

Anita said...

Thanks!
I've been asked if I would sell a print or two of this one, and I just might! :)

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