Stacked up against the back fence, Earth Boxes wait to be planted with tomatoes.
Nice texture and composition Pat!
really great weathering on that fence, too! yay for spring!
and thanks (in advance) for linking up!
Hope you don’t have to wait too long:)
My husband just put his tomato plants in the ground. Last year, one of his plants was in a big pot. (Our brother-in-law starts the plants in his greenhouse and gives them away to all who want them…more than 100 of them!)
Ein interessantes Motiv.
Ich liebe solche Aufnahmen.
Tomaten würde ich auch gerne mal pflanzen, aber bei uns fehlt leider die Sonne oft und die Wärme.
I like the subject and composition of this photo. Very nice.
Great colour and com[position, Pat!
HI I love the way you have edited this shot with a beautifully weathered fence.
Good ole fence. Lovely capture.
Love everything about this photo Pat, that old fence makes a super backdrop.
nice capture. great moss on fence
I love this composition, Pat.
I love the moss on your back fence. It looks so country cozy! Good luck with your tomatoes!
Great texture on the fence!
Love the mossy fence. Great composition!
If it’s spring you’re waiting for, that could be longer than we hope for. Frost warnings again for us tonight. But I notice in front of your cool fence, there are containers ready to roll!
Oh Yes; waiting to be planted and wonderful nature picture with fence♡♡♡
Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
I really like the weathered boards. Yes, it’s almost planting time – yay!
Really like the weathered fence – almost looks like a painting! 🙂
Thanks for your visit and comment on my fences.
Very cool old fence, you made it look beautiful!!
Mmmmmm, nothing better than home grown tomatoes!!
Very artful photo today!
Ah tomatoes….nothing better then fresh ones. Here people have them out & planted now. I like the weathered feel of this fence with the green moss on it.
Short & sweet; nicely done.
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