Sure looks like Texas!!
;') At first I thought that was a real cow standing at the crossing;') Very cool fencing!
Morning Tex love the brickwork. B
These are great, especially like the top one.
I got a kick out of that old metal fix-er-upper!
Those are artistic fence ornaments. The last one looks like the rider on the Wyoming license plate!
Oh I like the bull!What are you doing w/ the bourbon? Do you mix it or drink it straight? I'm a wuss - I'd have to mix it w/ something!
Nice gate ornaments.
I like the look of the bull agaisnt the sky!
you get to see the coolest fences. i love the last one - guess you will only see one like that in Texas. love it!! ( :
Love the Austin stone work with the wheel in the center. Nice!
I liked that brick work.
So much land! Wow! I like the recycling for the gate.
well we can certainly make and educated guess what each of these ranches has on their ranch.. i love bronco... and the brick fence
I thought that was a real bull in the first picture when I looked at it. Feels very Texas to me! :-)
Great pictures - really like the second last :)
Bright and original images...Congratulations and greetings
very nice variety. :)
We like the bucking horse. Have a terrific Thursday.Best wishes Molly
Love the brick and stonework gate! Would love to build a house with brick and stonework. Bronc rider is cool!
The bull and the bronco make great ornaments on the fences. I really like the stone fence, also!
the sky goes on and on in the first 2 shotsbeautiful
Love the Bull and Bronco gates, Deep In The Heart Of Texas, Francine.*
howdy?these are impressive!yep, sure looks like texas!
Great gate details. I love that brick work!
Like the inlaid wheel idea within the brick work wall.
Lovely fancy ornaments!
I love the uniqe stone wall with the wheel in the middle! Did I tell you I love those wheels...haha
Love these, they should do this here in the UK! x
You have the nicest gates in Texas. Gates are few and far between here.
Good shots again.....i like them.Greetings, Joop
I like the bull and the brick. It's always good to recycle.
Nice collection of fences. It's a lot of land down there.
Wow! The folks down your way really do have big bucks!...:)JP
Love the brick work. That took some time and planning!!! Today's photos of more gates rock!!
Great gates for the day!! The fixer-upper is a hoot!
That last one is totally cool!
I think Texas has the most creative gates!I kinda like the stone and brick work around the wagon wheel.
Lovely gates. All of the things that you capture with your camera.
Some Western Culture, I love it! So different from New England...
The gate decor is cool but what hit My Vickie is the emensity of the land behind. Texas looks so cool. Bert
Like that high kicking saddle bronc and rider. Wonder if the Cowboy stayed on for 8 seconds?Reminds me of the logo used on Wyoming license plates.
First of, I love the photo of you!Secondly, the different fence adornments are very unique and beautiful!
Love that rock entrance.
Like the bronc, love the brick & stone!
These are my favorite so far. I even love the stone fence!
Wonderful Texas gates!!
I like these!
The cow balance on the fence and the poor horse is on the cactus.It looks funny.
Love the brick work and the metal one with the cow.
Very quiet these animals are left to photograph very well. Teresa :))a kiss.
I like how tastefully the gate decorations have become.They are all very interesting...like the construction of the stone wall and wheel. Nice post.
All very cool, and all very Texan!
Love that rock wall. Beautiful. With some nice landscaping, it would be a piece of art!
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These are so "western." I think I should have been a cowboy because all that western stuff really strikes a chord with me.
Podoba mi się pierwsza brama, jest zabawna i ciekawa. Pozdrawiam.I like the first gate, it is fun and interesting. Yours.
At first, I thought the bull was a statue :-0The fancy brickwork is a drastic contrast from the sheet metal gate.
Awesome! Love it!I'm having a Highland farm sign, cut from steel, made for my husband for our 10th anniversary.
Love the bronco -- we need to get a front gate! :)
ooo, I do love the bucking bronco!!! Great find there, TexWiseGirl!
Could be here....
Love the Bronco.
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Dearest Theresa,Great ways for keeping the gate functional; even with used metals...Hugs,Mariette
Very interesting gate.All are very nice.RegardsLucia
Love how you lined up that first bull. True Texas.
T, cool ornaments! Sure is lots of sky down there!
Neat the way you positioned the bull at the end of the road. But I LOVE that bronco...someone here should also have this one on their fence! :-)
texas to a "t"!!love that brick work and the wagon wheel!! i wonder if you will ever run out??
Great shots! I like the first gate ornament!
I LOVE that brickwork!
Yes i like these..i like the way people try to put their stamp on things to make that little bit of difference.peter
Love that bucking bronco!
Very nice gate decorations... But--your title did sound a little like a couple of sports' teams... ha haHugs,Betsy
I really like that brick one!
Love the clever positioning of bully boy in the top photos!The brick fence is cool :D)
Great pictures Tex!All very Texan style!!Dimi..
certainly a variety of gates and fences. Wonder has the blank canvas metal fill for that gate been like that forever? Maybe plans coming up to add their special touch to it
That's a lot of bull!
Love the brickwork!Pearl
Love the bulls and broncos and I really love the brickwork. Great finds!
That one in the process of repair was definitely the odd one out in this post; loved the brickwork one the best. That bull is HUGE!
No pigs in Texas?:@)
I love these. We have a little dog on ours. A cocker spaniel I think.Kristin
Super stone work on photos 3 and 4.
Reminds me of a Remington.
I love the bronco rider. That brickwork is very cool.
I really like the wagon wheel set into the rock wall!! :)
You really do have some cool fences in Texas! Nothing really cool like that around here. I loved them all and especially the brick fences with the wheel in the middle.
I love that bucking bronco one. You have the most interesting gates in your neck of the woods!
Those are all so cool!
I like that wagon wheel in the rock look. On the dashboard, it did look like a real steer standing on the fence!
I like the stonework with the wheels. But I would have thought they could have used something a little better in repairing the gate. :0)
Now those are some fun fences!xo Catherine
Those gates are great!
I like the last one! :-)
Ha, when I first looked at the first photo, I thought it was a real bull for a second! Cool shots!!
What a fascinating subject. I recall seeing these types of images from childhood! Very nice!!
I keep forgetting to tell you that I love seeing your fur babies in the header. :)Okay when I saw your post on my blog I thought that was a real big bul/cow! LOL!
That last one looks really good !
Nice shots Texas style........
That is what I call a Texas gate!!!
It just cracks me up how people use most anything to cobble together a fence. Frugal farmers/ranchers. Glad they most often manage to find some ornamentation though.
Kind of cool how they are recycling some materials!
Great looking Angus bull on the gate. Also like the cowboy on the bronc.
WoW...nice findings My Skywatch
These are great - but I really like the brick with the wagon wheel...pretty neat!
I love the cowboy on the horse, that is my favorite. Next to your new personal picture that is, that big smile is wonderful.Cheers,Jo
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Lots of crafty folklore there!
Are those gate markers indicative on the type of farm or something else?Nice finds!
some manly picts...
Great gates! Really like how you photographed the bull in the two first shots! :)
Nice captures TWG of bulls & broncos. Reminds me of the once Wild West.
Sou beautiful photos. Monika B.
Very American look to me. We don't have gates and fences quite like this - well, not taht I have seen anyway. Love the look.
nice ranch and brickwork awesome!
Probably a different breed, but those first two images reminded me of a Charolais bull that once chased me many moons ago while I was running past his pasture. :-)
Nice! At first glance I thought the cow-bull-steer? was on the path!
Dearest Theresa,What a unique fence ornaments, I never knew what "bronco" is (^^;) And I love the brick work♪♪♪Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Wow T, I love them all!
At first glance I thought a real bull was standing! The brink work was fascinating… Thanks for sharing.
the bull is my favorite....gosh, i hate being late to your blog, i have to scroll for days just to comment lol
Just for a second, i thought I saw a real steer in that first photo (eyes bleary from too many photos to go through and too much blogging :) Love all of these shots for different reasons.. the recycled idea, the brick work just beautiful, the action in the bucking bronco (although I always feel sorry for bucking broncos). Fun post!
Really like the stone wall with the wagon wheel insert, and of course the bucking horse and cowboy. :-) ~Lindy
I do love those stone walls with the wheels in the center! Pretty darn cool!
Fantastic shots, T.. and that's no bull ~:>)
Nice stone and brick work.
Love that last one!
Oh that first one brought back a memory I haven't thought of in a long time. My great uncle used to make cut outs like that and we inherited them when he died. Not sure how he did it, but he did. :)
Ooooh~ these are great!!(And so is your new profile picture, cutie!! :)
i LOVE the stone wall wikth the embedded wheel!! AND the cowboy/bronco metal art!!
Haha...at first I thought it was an enormous statue! I remember passing a larger than life sized statue of a bull going to the farm years ago, and daughter #1 calling out "Look at the horse." It took her a while to figure out the difference. :)
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