Thursday, July 21, 2016

A Gate In The Canyon ~ Good Fences No. 12






A gate at the entrance to my friend Jeanne's property here in the canyon. I saw it recently for the first time and fell in love with it. 






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19 comments:

  1. What a wonderful gate and I love the scenery too.

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  2. it is a beautiful gate to a beautiful place and that H is our initial, so maybe it belongs to me???

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  3. Wonderful gate. I'll bet it is hot in the canyon!

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  4. That's beautiful and you really captured the ruggedness of that area! Hugs, Diane

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  5. oh, my... truly love this. the design, the rust, curves, lines, letting, curliques at the top. wow. perfection!

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  6. I love that gate and the scenery surrounding it. So different from what I'm used to in Osage County, Oklahoma. Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. I'll take your advice and start visiting others and commenting. Take care! ~Jeff

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  7. I have a friend who paints entrance such as door and gates. She wonders what is behind them.
    Coffee is on

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  8. Hi Inger - fascinating to see - and what an interesting design ... cheers Hilary

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  9. I am not a fan of gates, but that certainly is a beautiful entrance.

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  10. Beautiful gate and Jeanne's property looks very nice. Love all the green trees around!
    Lots of Hugs!

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  11. It's so very striking in the midst of the desert! I really like it!

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  12. Cool! It looks as if it is the actually the gate to the canyon.

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  13. Isn't a gate supposed to be an opening in a fence?

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  14. A gate like that makes the mind curious about what is at the end of the lane.

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  15. My gate is made of welded steel bars. Made it myself. It isn't as nice as that one, but it's strong. My wife drove the Jeep into it once and didn't knock it down. ;-)

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  16. Nice gate, and no need of a fence with all those boulders around the property. Obviously not intended to deter foot traffic and probably is more a welcome sign than one that says "Keep Out." Thanks for visiting my post on South Dakota.

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  17. Wonderful rustic looking gate, it goes well with the countryside.

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Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger

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