Fence repair

James Hart repairs a barbed wire fence destroyed by flooding Thursday, March 30, 2017, at his farm in Acequia Idaho. In February, floodwaters in their pasture rose to six feet. As the water froze, thawed and receded, it caused the fence to snap in numerous places. NOTE: This isn't a technique I use often, but a tilted frame can be a useful trick to add a little interest to an otherwise boring background. Also by doing so, I created less dead space on the right side of the frame. 

PAT SUTPHIN, TIMES-NEWS

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