You would be forgiven for doing a double-take if you drove past this fence above Huddersfield.

Many have compared it to the best of modern art.

These stunning photographs of an unusual effect on the fence created by the wind were taken by Jane Williams on the A640 Nont Sarahs Road at Buckstones Pass.

Grass on the moor has become entwined around the wire fencing after being blown away, producing an interesting sight.

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Winds up on the moors have been gusting at up to 50mph and 60mph in recent days

Jane, from Scapegoat Hill, said she did a double-take when she saw the fence, thinking it had sprouted out of the grass.

She said: “The grass fencing has presumably been created by the wind - it looks stunning.

“I think the moorland grass has broken off in the strong wind and somehow got caught in the fencing producing this amazing fringing effect.

“Some of the posts have little hats on too - it’s weirdly wonderful!”

Have you got any pictures of weather-caused phenomena? Contact editorial@examiner.co.uk.

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