This country road winds through a variety of land-use areas that raise cattle, sheep and game. There are other farming activities too, all of which require fences along their perimeters at least. The first photograph is of dew drops caught on the game fence flanking the road I featured yesterday. It is sturdily constructed and has an electrified strand along the top.
Here is another multi-stranded game fence with an extra high strand. I have, nonetheless, watched a kudu bull jump over it and a black-backed jackal hop through it with ease.
This barbed wire fence in the foreground has been replaced by an electrified game fence – a sure sign of how differently the land has been utilised.
Here is an ordinary farm fence with old sneezewood poles in the background.
Another farm fence with a glorious view beyond.
Lastly, this one shows that not all fence posts remain upright, but wobble over time.