4/11/18

Wednesday around the World


This gate is only seen now by hikers and visitors walking down to see an historic
railway trestle. I have to wonder about its history. If I find out, I will let you know!

How is your world looking this week?

Link up below and share  your world with us!


18 comments:

Jeanna said...

My world is looking brown and at best, tan. The cat curled up at my side is warming me up a bit and I'm thinking of both the heating bill I just paid and slinking up to the loft and crawling under blankets.
That gate is pretty, kind of girly for a gate, but I like it.
I'd be interested in hearing about the railway trestle history and am looking forward to your post.

Angie said...

Fascinating that such an ornate gate should be in the middle of a field ... Maybe there was a house nearby in days gone by!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Such a decorative piece in the middle of a paddock! Great shot... YAM xx

rupam sarma said...

Just awesome

Birgitta said...

That was really cool! Great capture!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

As there's not an adequate gatepost on the catch side I'd guess that it's a case of agricultural recycling by a thrifty farmer.

NatureFootstep said...

It is a beautiful gate. Some history would be nice :)

Lea said...

Great photo!
Thanks for hosting!

Jill Harrison said...

I must say I love old rusty gates for some reason and this one has delightful scrolls. Have a great week.

Taken For Granted said...

That gate is not only functional, but also ascetically pleasing. Well spotted.

jeannettestgermain said...

Great view, yes, it makes me curious too! The thing with blogging is that there's always next week to take care of first ...and then I forget:)):)

Annie said...

Your photos make me want to visit so much. Beautiful, just beautiful.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Thank you so much! I'm so happy to be linking with you this week. I finally found the answer to my mystery flower and wanted to share! Hugs, Diane

Klara S said...

OMG! So beautiful and lonely. Please find out what is the story behind the gate.
Thank you for hosting.

Jill said...

What a beautiful pastoral scene - so green!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This photo looks very much like it could have been taken where I live in Colorado

Wandering Wren said...

My world is looking sunny, full of sand with no doubt a bucket of water about to be thrown all over me, as it's Happy Songkran holiday from Koh Phangan.
I would like to open that gate of yours and go on a long (dry!) hike!
Wren x

Sharon said...

How I love gates. This one has so much character. I want to enter it and hike there!