Sep 4, 2007

Gate

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21 comments:

cari said...

Is this a photograph or digitally made? Either way, work of art.

KMF said...

thanks for comming...
its a photograph taken by a digital camera panasonic lumix FX 01
my house was just opposite of this gate,thats leads to a river-small

Ruth said...

That's a beautiful gate.

Your blog is beautiful, and so are the photographs.

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lv2scpbk said...

Nice photo. Looks mysterious.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I love your photos! They're beautiful.

Annie said...

I'll dream of what lies beyond this gate.

Shaz said...

Great picture. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Tiago R Cardoso said...

it seems a great place, good photo.

MedaM said...

I like this photo very much and that gate which is in the same colour as the soil is; and that fresh green grass around and that palm branches fade from the sun. Beautiful photo!

MM said...

Perhaps the real beauty of it all lies in that fantastic combo of green and rust... an eye-catching combo indeed!

inspired said...

beautiful capture ;o]

Mauricio said...

Hello

Wonderfull gate and banana palm!

See you my friend

Wanda said...

What a wonderful shot and a beautiful gate. I was thinking about gates today, as I saw two on my drive to town, one lovely, one all beat up and old. Nice post.

quintino said...

Well done.
Love the transition you captured from the rusty gate to the green of trees and rice (?) field.
Congrats.

Ash said...

Beautiful shot and composition. Well-done!

Sunkyoung said...

What a great combination of iron and wood!

Dick said...

Great, I like the iron in it's natural color.

michell ilustraciones said...

I like your blog, and this photo is beautifull!

see you later!!!

Emery Roth II said...

Beautiful light makes the trip past the gate especially mysterious and entrancing. Great shot and thanks for visiting my blog.

imac said...

Thank you for visiting and your comments to my blog.

I enjoyed looking at your blog, and thought your photo's were brill. Shall be back.

 
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