REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, July 29, 2013

Musing on a Locked Gate -- Without a Fence

It's interesting how mundane items can become very interesting when viewed up close.   I love gates, posts, chains, and wire. Out in the country, on Cricket Flat, this combination of post, chain, and Master Lock holds up a gate that has no fence. I'm linking up with Nancy's Tuesday Muse.  




12 comments:

Linda W. said...

Fantastic capture! Love the muted colors.

amanda | wildly simple said...

Love it! :)

Anne Payne said...

Awesome! Gates, chains and posts are so beautiful and you captured this one so well!

Kerri Farley said...

I think it's wonderful!!

Brandi said...

Lovely textures!

TexWisGirl said...

i like it, too!

Kara said...

very interesting shot. I like the softness and the contrast between the metal and the old wood.

Stephanie said...

I love that you chose to stop and take this photo. It is a wonderful composition.

Linda/patchwork said...

Great capture.

It is funny to have a gate just chained to a post. Maybe they're just trying to hold onto the gate.

Lisa Gordon said...

I LOVE this!

Ida said...

Great capture. Lots of wonderful detail and texture.

Dotti said...

OMGosh! So much beautiful and diverse texture here and such character! Amazing how something so simple can be so brilliant, isn't it?