Posted: 03/03/2016 at 09:47
I absolutely agree with Hostafan and Pansyface - that fence was not erected in a professional way.
The end of the fence should have been secured to that little shed.
There are no gravel boards at the base of the fence which would protect the fence from damp/rot and as Hosta says, the posts look as if they've just been 'stuck in' and not secured with concrete or metal post holders (or treated properly either).
The older looking panels look as if they've been fixed upside down, with the cut edges of the laps upwards rather than downwards in the newer looking fencing. They should be overlapping downwards to shed rain off the fence - doing it the wrong way will cause the fence to rot.
They don't have a leg (or a fence post) to stand on