Boundaries–Fenced In

The weekly Photo Challenge is Boundaries.

I knew immediately that the family gallery had a photo that was perfect for this challenge.

My nephew Bob had boundless energy.  He was always on the move, or so it seemed.

My dad managed to catch him at a moment where he had to take a pause.

The photo was originally in color, but I enjoy the black and white detail of the wall, then the image of the fence as it blurs away from my nephew.

What was on the other side of the fence?

Was something out of reach?

Was he just exploring?

Who knows…

I can only imagine what was running through his mind when he was stopped by this boundary.

I’m glad my dad managed to catch this moment as I also imagine my nephew was true to form and on the run moments later.

Cathy's nephew Bob ponders the fence that stops him.

Cathy’s nephew Bob ponders the fence that stops him.


I've always enjoyed writing and finally decided it was time to blog! As part of my profession I write every day, but I'm now trying to take the time to write creatively. My family and friends have been very encouraging as there is little that is written down in the way of a family chronicle. This is a favorite topic of mine! In addition to family history, I write about life, family, friends and faith. My husband is a full-time parent to our special needs daughter. I’ve explored this topic, too. I also enjoy music, crocheting, reading and relaxing with my family. I hope you enjoy what I have to offer!

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Posted in 2015
4 comments on “Boundaries–Fenced In
  1. Great or indeed perfect interpretation of the theme “boundaries”, the black and white works well with the image, kids are always challenging boundaries real and imagined.

  2. Patty B says:

    Good choice to put it in black and white – just by looking it at I can make up a few interesting stories to go with it. Your father did a great job! I think the b & W give it more meaning.

  3. […] | sea, sky and sand … and a rainbow | framed flowers | a ha-ha ditch explained | windswept | child pondering fence | seasonal wall | especially the Sleepy Hollow cemetery shot | mirror | a wall for each vine! | […]

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