fence sries · photographs · Photography · Victoria Chames

Fence Me In Creatively

Discovered a blog that features creative pictures, beautiful poetry and interesting stories you may want to check out. Meet Victoria Chames and enjoy her art at these 2 sites.

http://www.victoriachames.com/fencesindex.html

http://w2w.victoriachames.com/interview.html

Here are some pictures for her fence series that I’ve taken in Texas, Maryland, China, Mexico, London, and Ireland. Hope you enjoy them.

Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland                                   Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland

 

Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland

            Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland

 

 

Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland                              

Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland

  Victoria Chamas, fences, China, Mexico, Texas, London, Ireland, Maryland

4 thoughts on “Fence Me In Creatively

    1. Trump’s fence is about ugliness and hate, not beauty and love as Margo’s and mine are. The Trump wall is not, functionally or realistically, a fence at all, it is simply a monument he’s building to glorify himself. That’s all he is ever about, he has no sense of what’s important.
      Sadly, his arrogance and greed are deeply mentally and spiritually pathological. We all see this, we all know it, but many stil don’t want to, and turn a blind eye. His silly attacks on football athletes is more amusing.
      An insane elephant in a room (or a small planet) can create horrendous destruction, and he is busy doing that. I believe we will wake up and see, and decide to take control of him, but that will take work, all of us who care, pitching in. Ever sInce his absurd claim that “Puerto Rico is doing great, we’re doing a fanatasic job there!” while in fact, people are dying, especially children, of dehydration and hunger, more of us are waking up.
      Apparently he didn’t even know that Puerto Rico was part of the U.S.

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s