Fence And Tree

Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway

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Simpsonville, SC - United States

love this art

Selah, WA - United States

this reminds me of a place near Hood river oregon exeedinly peaceful Wonderful image Anne

Cherokee Village, AR - United States

Beautiful work! FV

Cedar Rapids, Ia - United States

Anne,Lovely Art work.I love it. Thanks for comment. Hugs,Marsh f/v

Port Huron, MI - United States

Gorgeous!!!! V/F!

Dublin, Du - Ireland

the sweetest pink I' ve ever seen....

Storybrooke, ME - United States

I like Arjuns story - I see what he sees :)) V/F

Mijas, Ma - Spain

Heh-heh! I knew you'd like it. You have taste and imagination in all your work. :)

Smithfield, VA - United States

Arjun, Arjun, Arjun, I absolutely LOVE this story. You have made me so happy. Your delightful story brings joy and delight to me this evening. I will return to YOUR site soon to feast my eyes on your wonderful images and the creative and meaningful descriptions that you have along with then on FAA. You are a very talented and gracious gentleman. Good wishes to you and to the others who commented.

Mijas, Ma - Spain

You'v given me an excuse to write a story: Behind the fence some pretty ladies are having a picnic. Some are wearing blue dresses of georgette and chiffon in cotton and silk. It's late summer and there is a scent in the air of lavender and blueberries. They are laughing and the merry sound trips across the air as bright as the light on a bubbling brook. A dog barks happily and snuffles under the fence - and sees me. I am wearing plus-fours and an oilskin and I have been fishing. I have a trout and two minnows for my day's effort . There is nothing for it - the dog has undone my inadvertent concealment as I had hoped to pass by at a litte distance without disturbing their jollity. So I bend down under the fence and coming forward doff my cap and with a slight bow , introduce myself. There is a moment's silence as the ladies regard me with curiosity. They are not used to seeing colonials in the heart of the Cotswold countryside, though some may be found in a sprinkling throughout the country. Some, indeed, are tourists such as myself, a princeling from a very small and obscure state where the days are very hot and jackals roam the grounds at night of my impossibly distant, crumbling palace. I pat the dog's head and he rumbles happily. He can tell I like dogs . I have over thirty at home, distant Chhattisgarh, from wild street dogs to beagles. It is 1938 and the scent of war is already in the air,but here, in this beautiful place n the heart of England and with these laughing ladies, it seems very far away.

Livonia, MI - United States

F/V

Livonia, MI - United States

There IS something blue behind the fence. Could it be a squirrel wearing a blue sports jacket? Very delightful image, Anne. :)

Pueblo, CO - United States

Beautiful, with great colors, too. Love it. v/f

Swadlincote, De - United Kingdom

Lovely work Anne, glad you did not delete it... could be dancing fairies behind the fence..!

Smithfield, VA - United States

Lianne, Thank you for your gracious comment. This is another one that I almost deleted, but now I will let it stay. Smiles, Anne

Strykersville, NY - United States

Lovely Anne - has a real fall feel to it!! I could go for a walk along this fence and be very happy. Very pretty my friend. F/V

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