Driving around Port Aransas I generally see things that I want to photograph. This week the producer insisted we record some of them. This post is called fence art for reasons you’ll see in a moment.
I know you can’t see this very well from this distance but I wanted to give you a perspective. This is a fence adorned with items the homeowner picked up off the beach
A little bit closer will give you a better idea.
Even closer shows you the objects and the weathered wood. Crocks anyone?
Here is a simple decoration made out of floats
I thought this gate had the look of an old jail. I also like the diving gull on the left. (it is not real)
Here is a fence made out of galvanized steel with some fish painted on the surface.
A closer look.
This is a small digression. In the old days there used to be a thing called air mail. This mailbox is about twenty feet in the air.
Fence art has to included fishing nets.
And big ole pieces of rope.
This is at the end of a cul-de-sac. I’m not sure this one would qualify as art, but I just imagined that it was put here after the first drunk ran through the fence behind.
I hope you liked the little tour of some of the fence art here in Port Aransas