I'm not getting a mouse over image... is anyone else? it isn't doing what it's suppose to & i've tried redoing it, still nothing.
nope. can't get the mouseover to work - might be because the photo is portrait and is too large to fit on the screen all at once? pretty image, though!
me either...I love this shot though!
No mouse over for me, either, but that's a beautiful photo!
Cool shot! I love the colors of the photo.
Great photo! Love that barbed wire hanging on the post.
I didn't know it was a mouse over photo but none for me then either . What a beautiful photo it is !
oh, i just love black & whites pics ... great shot. ( :
very nice shot - I love the black and white - it adds some mood.
No mouse-over, but I really love this black and white!!Thanks for your help with Adopt a Soldier!!
An awesome b&w image. This looks like something out of Bonanza. You might not be old enough to remember that show, now that I think about it. :/
Looks like John Wayne should be standing next to the fence post.
Beautifully composed and edited photo!
no mouse action...but the image is still pretty!
Beautiful black and white shot. Nicely done!Donna
A fine shot of this barbed wire fence and this role of wire. I recall working with barbed wire and a block and tackle to make it taut. A very dangerous activity.
I'm not a big fan of barbed wire for horses, but it makes a beautiful photo.
Tricia...I am back. LR class is over, my back's been acting up, and the trip to MD over TGiving took its toll. I just shut the computer down for a bit, but all is fine. Even have my barns ready to go on Monday. This picture could have been taken right down the road from our place. It looks SO familiar. The vintage look is really pretty. Barbed wire still scares me, and I try to avoid it at all costs as I am wandering around and about in the woods. genie
No mouse over for me, but this version is great!
I love that coil of barbed wire!!
Very familiar around here! Cool shot!
No mouseover, but it's sure a cool shot!
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