Thursday, July 10, 2014

Bamboo Fence-Good Fences


This is a bamboo fence located at the Tea House in the Japanese Garden in Como Park in St Paul.

Linking to Good Fences

21 comments:

  1. I like this made of natural materials, I wonder how often it needs to be replaced.

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  2. Oh, well, perhaps my comment has been eaten... ;-) I was saying perfect fence for a Japanese garden and tea sounds wonderful right now because we are back in November!

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  3. Bamboo makes for a very nice fence.

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  4. That's perfect for the Japanese Garden.

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  5. Such a pretty scene. But I wonder how permanent bamboo fences would be. But maybe that's the beauty of them.

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  6. This kind of fence is pleasing to the eye.

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  7. It would look even nicer with some climbing roses!

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  8. A fence of a very different sort; refreshing to see.

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  9. Simple but beautiful. Thanks for your visit today on my blog and for your lovely comment. Much appreciated!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  10. I love Japanese gardens. Will we see more of this one??

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    1. Absolutely, esp since I am in training to be a volunteer there, starting on July 22. It is a well-designed and beautiful place with a fascinating history.

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  11. This is a simple but nice fence. It wouldn't hold much in.

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  12. That is a beautiful and unique fence!

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  13. I really like bamboo, although like Kathy I wonder about it's durability? Nice fence.

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  14. I like the way they have used natural material for this fence.

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