Thursday, June 29, 2017

Split Rail Fence, June 29, 2017

Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, June 5, 2017
There are a lot of split-rail fences in Shiloh National Military Park.
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Eastern Kingbirds are migratory birds that spend the Winter months in South America, and return to North America during the Summer.

After posing on the fence for awhile, it flew up to a tree for a close-up portrait.

For Thankful Thursday:
I am thankful that when I went to my oncologist on Monday, my lab work was good.
Leukemia (AML) three years in remission - Praise the Lord!

Have a beautiful day!

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15 comments:

  1. ...lovely images of a lovely fence.

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  2. i love split rail fencing...great shots!

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  3. Lovely scenes and congrats on your remission.

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  4. Such a relief to have good news, and an enchanting little bird!

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  5. Love the fence! And congrats on your good news!

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  6. So happy your got a good report from your oncologist, Lea! I am 16 years cancer free. Imagine these little birds flying so many miles--always an amazing thought!

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  7. I LOVE these fences. They have them at the Lincoln National Park in my area. thanks for linking up today!

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  8. My FAVORITE fence! Pretty perchers too.

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  9. Nice shots to get the kingbird and the fences. Happy 4th.

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  10. Amazing that these birds, and others, can fly such distances. Great photos Lea!

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  11. I love those fences. And you found a very pretty fence topper, too.

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  12. Nice shots of the splitrail fence and the Kingbird. That's quite a journey they take.

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