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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Garden Gate

a garden gate
granting access to a grassy meadow
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Copyright 2010 Gena D Images for thinking aloud

23 comments:

Harvee said...

Very nice!

Phylameana said...

Inviting pic.

Carolyn Ford said...

I really like this! The perspective and the sepia...wow! Very nice photo!

Sandy said...

I just love this! I love the rustic fence and the sepia. Very, very nice.
Just beautiful! love your blog too ♥

Janet said...

Oh I like that! :)

caite said...

love the gate...and the sepia just makes it!

Marie Höglund said...

Like this simple gate and sepia makes it awesome :-)

Mikabella said...

Very nice. Perfect object for sepia!

Amanda said...

I like how the fence has a different repeating shape (six sided) from the gate ( diamonds). Great picture!

Marice said...

this is such a creative shot :) it works in sepia!

u may view mine here

Ralph said...

This is a lovely view, the sepia grasses looking nice as they wave in the breeze. The view is of a simple natural beauty, yet with a vast expansive view beyond the fence. It is hard to deny the beauty of nature whether enclosed or open...

Irene said...

Lovely sepia image!

♥ Kathy said...

I love simple pictures like this...Happy Outdoor Wednesday

Gunsside Norway said...

Nice and simple, look great in sepia ;)

Ann Creek said...

Thats my kind of gate, Id rather have that than a big fancy iron one.
Beautiful shot.
Ann
tin and sparkle

Patti said...

The field looks like a fun place for children to play. I also like the perspective here, with the gate beckoning us into the photo.

Nice sepia shot!

Bonnie said...

My grandma had a garden gate like that. What a beautiful shot!!!!

Tricia said...

A truly old time looking scene, which is what sepia is all about! Great for Sepia Scenes!

awarewriter said...

Good one Gena. I like the simplicity and the quietness of this image.

Dianne said...

that's a good old gate
I like weathered objects

Abounding Treasures said...

Beautiful!!!!

Stephen Van Tuyl said...

Nicely composed. The gate in the fore provides the "suggestion" which draws you into the background.

LDH said...

A most lovely sepia shot inviting one to open the gate and wander through the field. I have enjoyed visiting with you!
Kindly, ldh

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