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Our dreams are a second life. I have never been able to penetrate without a shudder those ivory or horned gates which separate us from the invisible world.
[Gérard De Nerval (1808-1855), French novelist, poet.
textures: Joes Sistah
Sim: Misali - hazardous
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Wow, almost lost track of the days. Would hate to miss a Friday and seeing all your creative fences.
..with a keyhole view. Another archive shot, Tregwainton in Cornwall provides many photographic opportunities, lovely views within and out to see over Penzance, a wonderful place to visit..
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Montecute House, Monticute, Somerset, England.
Looks like winter has hit us, it is snowing like crazy here. Have a great day everyone
Actually those are pond gates...
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Okay we've all done it. Gone for a walk in last nights party dress, cos you can't find your hotel room, come across a set of gates mysteriously set in the middle of a forest with the ornate gasslamp standing in front of it and what do we do, run a mile or........
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A gate is a point of entry to a space enclosed by walls, or an opening in a fence. Gates may prevent or control entry or exit, or they may be merely decorative. Other terms for gate include yett and port.
Larger gates can be used for a whole building, such as a castle or fortified town, or the actual doors that block entry through the gatehouse. Today many gate doors are opened by an automated gate operator
Camera: Canon EOS 50D
Focal Length: 24 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Welcome to Gates of Destiny, a place I've created over the last weeks. And although its not finished yet, you are welcome to visit if you like.
I've created a group where you can post your pics from Gates of Destiny. Would love to see the place through your eyes, so please post your pics here
A few weeks ago I was in San Francisco talking to the Photoshop users group at the Adobe center. Here is the famous bridge with some good old rust and concrete.
Sulphur Gates (confluence of Sulphur and Smoky Rivers), Willmore Wilderness, near Grande Cache
UE4 Reflections Subway demo
UE4 v 4.7.6
8k rendering, resized in Photoshop to 4k
Gate of Bandarban Golden Temple.
Everyone comes here in search of light.
thank you all for viewing it and i am humbled with your love. thanks again.
I have taken many images of this property. It's getting difficult to find a new composition, but I don't think I've taken the gate before. If fact, I hadn't even noticed the gate before. I stopped the car and got out, saw the gate, realized the car was in the way for getting a good picture of it, moved the car and this is the result.
Other images from this property on Escarpment Sideroad.
Gate entrance to the town of Caesarea Philippi. This gate was constructed during the Christian Crusader period in the 12th and 13th cneturies.
Well first I missed my plane
So I wound up on your flight
Then we got stuck in Detroit
Half the night
And the only vacant seat
You could find at gate twenty-nine
Was one next to mine ...
These stained glass gates command attention... I have been wanting to photograph them for a long time. This is the first time I've seen them at nightfall...
I had this ready to post quite a while ago, but Life got in the way...
An ode to the arrival of Spring entering through the simple gates. The pleasures, warmth and colours that it will bring to us all.