Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
I like how a gate that has an opening in it gives you a sense of wonder, to be curious what is behind it. When you get to see a glimpse, it makes one so more wanting to go through the gate. A nice blog and great music too.
What a lovely collection of gates. I wish I had any one of them in my own garden.
Great collection of gates, Jo... We always wonder (when we approach a gate) just what is on the other side, don't we??????Have a great Sunday.Hugs,Betsy
Beautiful Jo! Our next project is fencing off part of the back for a sort of courtyard!It won't be a New Orleans courtyard which is what I want but it hopefully be similar!
Great gates! Anticipation..to go through. Excellent photos! :)
Wonderful post, we would think things are always better on the other side of the gate. Or was that fence.Patsy
There is something about these pictures that is calming and soothing to the soul. I love the collection you gave me. Thank you!
... takes me back to the village of England, Ireland & Scotland & those wonderful cottage gates ... TY for sharing. TTFN ~Marydon
Beautiful gates and promises of the life beyond. I have always loved the walled gardens with vegetables and flowers contained therein. Thank you for showing me these lovely gates.Blessings, Star
Wonderful! I love the gates you chose; I want to walk through ALL of them and see what is on the other side.Cass
I really liked this post. I can't decide what gate I liked the best.I kind of feel the same way about a bend in the road in the woods..I always wonder what just lays beyond...just out of sight....
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