I noticed this in an empty parking lot last Sunday and couldn't help but wonder what the story was. Obviously meant to separate vehicles with different types of parking permits, I'm not sure if this was accidental or on purpose. I'm sure the vehicle got the worst end of the deal though.
Even though this is more of a barrier than a fence, I'm still linking up with Good Fences
Something strange happened there.
Excelente fotografia e bom trabalho.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
This is curious for sure!
Hello, it almost looks as if it was done on purpose. I would think a car would leave some kind of marks. Great fence shot. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
Mysterious forces are at work. Be careful, be very careful when you are in parking lots today!
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It's 30 degrees and I'm heading to the golf course. There's a new definition of "crazy"!
Objects in mirror are much larger than they appear. Interesting photo.
Hmmmm wonder what happened!?!!
Oooh, that is strange--and not so great! Your title caught my eye--enjoy listening to that song, "Don't Fence Me In" as sung by Roy Rogers!
Yes, I would like to know the story too. Maybe someone tried to park when it was still dark. Makes for a very interesting photo. Have a great day Lois :)
I think this would answer as a fence, after all it was intended as a barrier. Great idea.
It looks like some type of subtle statement is being made.
The car would definitely get the worst of that.
It looks like here... the do this quite often!
It looks more like someone lifted them out... perhaps a drunken prank by college students?
I guess not! Great capture!
Well if they couldn't see that barrier fence then they need to get some glasses. What a fun shot.
I am glad it wasn't me...or wasn't my car pushed into them by someone else!
Ouch! Somebody wasn't paying attention!
Livorno and Paris are the same...
Looks like someone wasn't paying attention.
I don't know, but I'd sure keep a wary eye out for whoever was parked there.
Oh my. Yes, I would say that the vehicle got the worse end of the stick.
It almost looks like it is a peg attachment for the barriers.
Good one, Lois!
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