Photography I Drew A Line For You Posted on October 1, 2018September 23, 2018 by Thomas Slatin September 2018Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostOne, Two, Three, Four Next PostLily Park (Redux) 23 thoughts on “I Drew A Line For You”This is sweet!!! Come to think of it we use to say this when we were kids. It can be anything really a line? sphere etc all that it requires is imagination. As we grow older it is harder to maintain that child like outlook. However perhaps going back to that aint bad after all sometimes kids has answers to questions compared to adults.Loading...ReplyThis to me is more than a line it’s a fence like that in a wrench. Lovely output, keep on sharing uniquenessLoading...ReplyAs spongebob said ” all we need is imagination ” . As a kid it is easier to imagine things because we are not yet affected by worldly things, as we venture further our understanding of life is getting clouded by our dilemmas.Loading...ReplyIt’s all what you say it is, it is…..just imagine it. Bandaries are made with whatever you have.Loading...ReplyI love how you pic this unique topis for pictures. In my country, we do this type of wooding fence in a different way.Loading...ReplyThat’s a very linear fence! I like the angle you chose giving it much more flair.Loading...ReplyThis is mostly done in the villages in my locality to avoid trespassers. so I understand this perfectly well. You capture it wellLoading...ReplyThis is more like a fence to me, since it help to show a demarcation, this is mostly done with a woodLoading...ReplyThe fencing is quite simple. No much design is given here.Loading...ReplyI like everything that is made of wood because it reminds me of my parents’ farm and that fence is very similar to my farm.Loading...ReplySimple yet amazing caption. I really needed to hear these words right now. Such a coincidence.Loading...ReplyA wooden line drawn. This is a mini border, that boundary for a particular reason.Loading...ReplyThe fence does indeed look like a drawn line. Clever title Tom.Loading...ReplyDo people even still use wooden fences? I can’t remember the last time I even saw one.Loading...ReplyThe blur towards the background is cool. I like your style a lot.Loading...ReplyBlack and white any day! They are my best style of photos.Loading...ReplyAwesome angle on this shot. Very good positioning.Loading...ReplyI need to know the type of camera you use. Every photo you take looks perfect!Loading...ReplyThe photo is a perfectly executed one. Your talent speaks for itself.Loading...ReplyWhat is the fence guarding against? I wish I knew.Loading...ReplyThis is an easy fence to trespass. It needs more reinforcement.Loading...ReplyGod forbid a fire catches the fence. It would be reduced to rubble.Loading...ReplyI wonder for how far it stretches out. It can’t be short.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to David Mureithi Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.