Boundaries | Daily Post Weekly Challenge

Ben Huberman says – “Boundaries impose limits on us, whether they’re social constructs or real, physical objects — like the security rail seen below, separating ferry passengers from the icy waters of the Strait of Georgia. They’re there to stop us from doing or saying what we actually want to. But they also give structure to our actions and frame our movements. In photography, they help our eyes make sense of what we see and convey a sense of visual narrative. They constantly invite us to push against them”.

Boundaries I have taken in the literal sense, to protect a boundary with a fence, either safety wise or to protect your personal property.  Fences come in all shapes and sizes using different materials and decorated from the simple to the ornate.

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  1. Nice Karen, and good choice to use b&W – that’s a type of boundary too.

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  2. Great set of images as usual Kaz!

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  3. I saw the first photo…..white picket fence…..and literally said aloud, “wow”….and it was a long drawn out wow. This is an exquisite photo….the blacks and whites and all gradations in between….the sense of solitude it evokes. Really beautiful!


    • Gee thanks so much Lillian. That was taken at Cape Otway in Victoria when I was there with Leanne Cole. A lovely brooding storm was about to hit and gave a great contrast to the white picket fence. I am so glad you liked it and thanks so much you’ve made my day 🙂

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  4. Fantastic black and white photos Kaz. I especially like the Mont St Michel image and the wrought iron fence! I love the quote too 🙂


  5. Being from a rural community, I prefer the wide open spaces. But your photos really grasp some beauty of being ‘fenced in’. Very nice!

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  6. Gorgeous. I’m entranced with your photos!

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