The Grass is always Greener on the other side of who's fence {Explore}

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    P1290299 - Whoops perhaps to deeper thinking on this one, was going for some form of coupling or join, but saw the setting sun and popped into field and took this.
    So we have the sun coming from the left, behind a fence, which life on our plant requires as we do to continue to live. So its a union between a plant (yet to be embraced [to some a weed, scum of the earth] or others may feel that there should be some cleansing programme, perhaps a holocaust for weeds) with a barrier between it and the life supportingsun.
    To me the world should be almost as the internet, without barriers or boundaries that have been created by religion, politics or other human imposed barriers.
    But, I'm a dreamer wishing and hoping for peace and goodwill not just for one a day a year, what's wrong with the 364 or 365?

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    Explore #405! - new entry
    22:42 GMT #251 :) thanks everyone
    08:53 21-Dec GMT #225 :) thanks again
    23:30 22-Dec GMT #193 :) Many thanks and a happy solstice to you all

    sisssou, nauticalnancy, Dr. Ilia, and 14 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. qrp ham guy 39 months ago | reply

      Excellent fence Friday shot, John.

    2. 2bmolar 39 months ago | reply

      You made chicken fence look good!

    3. Maarten Takens 39 months ago | reply

      wonderful contrasts and light !

    4. Speedoracer( long train running) 39 months ago | reply

      Well said that man
      Live and Let Live
      Some men see things as they are and say why
      I dream things that never were,and say why not
      youtu.be/eL5VdPiFD5w

    5. Rusty Marvin - Imagery by John 39 months ago | reply

      Many thanks Bob, I was poking around with some dead sunflowers which didn't quite work out

    6. monophysite57-zzz 39 months ago | reply

      I like it, John. Especially the way that white tuft catches some of the golden sunlight.

    7. nauticalnancy 39 months ago | reply

      beautiful image - great lighting

    8. stu.bloggs..Dont do Sundays 39 months ago | reply

      The sunlight has picked out those thorns and prickles well.

    9. Lisa Karloo (Off, why bother?) 39 months ago | reply

      Congrats on Explore, John!

    10. Paulgil 39 months ago | reply

      Wonderful Shot!

    11. Sprengben [why not get a friend] 39 months ago | reply

      This is so sweet, thanks for sharing it and it really deserves Explore!
      Have a successful Saturday.
      Ben

    12. Triple Art 39 months ago | reply

      Your photo is lonely outstanding – wonderful captured - thank you for sharing.

      Do you know about the new Triple Art Video ?

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