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The Border between Hence and Thence – Fence and Border Photos

Boundary, n. In political geography, an imaginary line between two nations, separating the imaginary rights of one from the imaginary rights of another.
– Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary –

zig zag white linesArizona – Reflection of a fence – the boundary between wet and dry.

One time there was a picket fence
with space to gaze from hence to thence.
– Christian Morgenstern –

tree overlookRestraining fence at the Grand Canyon – when common sense isn’t enough…

Don’t ever take a fence down until you know why it was put up.
– Robert Frost –

reflection trees goldenArizona Sunset – the border between day and night.

I like that time is marked by each sunrise and sunset whether or not you actually see it.
– Catherine Opie –

This week’s WordPress.com Photo Challenge – Boundaries

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23 Comments

  1. Grahame Hall says

    Your Ambrose Bierce quote is highly amusing, and very apt. Lovely post and challenge answer.

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    • Thanks Charlie. When I found the quotation about hence and thence, I wandered off down that trail for quite a while. Words are so fascinating.

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    • Thanks! I have photographed the reflection of that fence a number of times, and it is constantly changing. What a shape shifter!

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    • Thanks – though not fun images like your faces in nature. I will have to start looking for face images – it should be a WordPress photo challenge!

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      • Thanks 🙂 Well if you find any faces post a link in the comment section of one of my fadoodle posts and then other people can check it out. I can then give you a mention in a new post so people will check yours out.

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