Traditional farm style wooden fence, but here along a town street (not so common!)
Linking to Friday Fences at Life According to Jan and Jer.
Interesting. Nothing like the "traditional" fences where I live. I suppose it has something to do with the snowfall. I'll bet they make a lovely pattern on a sunny day.
Very nice, makes me missing home ^_^Have a lovely weekend!
Nice traditional fence.Regards and best wishes
That is certainly not a type of fence I have seen before - interesting but to my eyes a bit strange. I suspect it is very effective on farmland as the angle of the cross-members would be very off-putting to anything thinking of jumping it.
Thats a very different fence!
I like it...different to anything I have seen. Also like the house...those windows on the ground level are wonderful.
Very interesting. Never seen a fence like that before.
Smashing photo, it makes me feel cold just looking at it, F x
I wonder why the uprights are so much higher than they need to be.
no kidding. a very different fence indeed. but i like it. great look. thanks for sharing. (:
Looks like the fence came first and then town second. You do wonder why the fence was left, don't you. I'm sure the slant of the fence is for some practical reason but it turned out to be rather architectural.
doesn't seem a strong fence.
I did not quite realize how untraditional this type of fence would seem to some, as it is common here, in the countryside. Scriptor, you have the right idea, this type of fence was traditionally used to fence off animals rather than marking property boundaries.Access to wood was never a problem in Scandinavia and the trees generally came from the owners' own forests in the process of thinning them out.Read more in WikipediaRoundpole fence
Interesting traditional fencing!
A bit different from the fences I see around here but a lot the same too. :))
I like that fence and the perspective of your photo. i LOVE the top part of that building, the windows and trim and boards.
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