Yes, Sir, This IS a Fence

You have a house and a garden and you feel that you really, but really need a fence. And not any fence… What do you do? Well… improvise!! With your old bicycles or maybe with your wife’s bra collection YOU can have the most ingenious fence. ūüôā Pretty weird, huh? But you will get everyone’s attention for sure. ūüėČ

Too many dwarfs and no Snow White – pretty creepy…, Copyright ¬©Cathlin

The Honeycomb Рorganically shaped garden fence, Copyright © Super Blue

Insulator Fence near Pomona in Atlantic County, NJ, Copyright © phoebeofthesea on flickr 

Made on purpose so the car can get into the yard without effort?? A small accident? Superman’s work? Can’t say… , Copyright ¬©¬†Chris and Becca¬†on flickr¬†

Anyone in need of a shoe or two?!?!?!, Copyright © Rachel Yerbury on flickr

And I have none ūüôĀ , Copyright ¬©¬†Philip Jones¬†on flickr¬†

Rural New York – “It‚Äôs the bulls and blood, dust and mud, and the roar of a Sunday crowd…”, Copyright ¬© quillus on flickr¬†

Freezing…, Copyright ¬© PalLoberg on flickr

Hippie times, Copyright © Jim Frazier on flickr 

Where’s the snow? Not in Methven, it seems… , Copyright ¬©¬†Helen Evans

Lively colors, ladybugs and butterflies all over РLOVE!, Copyright © George Goodnight on flickr

Surfboard fence, Haiku, Maui, Copyright © Bob Morris, Source: Politics in the Zeros

Toothbrush Barbed Wire Рfloss included! , Copyright © Rigmarole on flickr 

Irina Alexandra is a young entrepreneur and architect, with a passion for miracles and weirdness of life.

She has been writing articles on Weirdomatic for the last 7 years in a search for all the amazing things we tend to ignore.

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4 Responses to “Yes, Sir, This IS a Fence”

  1. good use of disposed items of course this is a by a creative mind . i admire

  2. good idea to use waste material

  3. I never thought fences could be cool.

  4. your photos are brilliant.

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