Thursday, March 12, 2009

Good fences make good neighbors

At the top of North Peak, in Keystone Colorado, is a gorgeous restaurant/bar called the Outpost. This line of skis makes a great fenceline, positioned as it is between the run that gets you here, and the entrance to the building.

18 comments:

  1. I like the colors and shadows. A unique take on the theme.

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  2. How creative - a ski fence! Now that is something I have never seen before! By the way, I commented on your panorama at the village - that is so gorgeous - you did a really good job!

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  3. Very neat!! Love the fence of skis.

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  4. You must have a lot of good neighbours to build such a creative fence, good one.

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  5. That is a cool fence. Like your shot!

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  6. Very unique fence! You've got a great eye. Love your composition with the curve leading the eye up and out of the shot.

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  7. Very nice! I've seen deck chairs made out of skis, too. Nice tie in with the theme!

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  8. Very nice color and composing, the shadows are swell. Another great shot.

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  9. That is a great find, Val. I love the fence. The shadows make the image. They are great.

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  10. Great take on this theme, Looks like they get all tanked up for the trip down at their favorite watering hole.

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  11. I'm not a big fan of fences in my own backyard, but if THAT were my fence...I'd be all about it!! But, where are the snowboards??

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  12. What a fabulous interpretation & creative eye to have seen it. Love all the shadows also. Great shot!

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  13. Fun shot! Hope they don't all leave at once! : )

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  14. Great creative interpretation of the theme, Val!

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  15. That looks to be one expensive fence - maybe a thousand dollars a running foot! ;-)

    Very innovative take on the theme, Val!

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  16. What a great fenceline - but you're making me yearn for the ski slopes now! Good catch and very creative interpretation.

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