Thursday, July 16, 2015

Good Fences


A fancy fence in Hyde Park ...

Note the big bad lock on the gate ... hmmmm :)

Andrea

15 comments:

  1. I think the big lock means " no entry"! Lovely railings and gate

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  2. i like it - except for the fact that the gate curves up on the bottom and anyone or their dog could go under!

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  3. With a place like this, it needs a locked gate.

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  4. I've been there, and I so adore this photo!

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  5. What a very cool gate, wow! The fence is lovely as well.

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  6. This is a beautiful fence, and oh my - such a huge lock!! I'm thinking these folks don't want any company today. haha. Well, today Pogo goes for his heartworm test, and I want him checked over good. I do believe he has caught a nasty cold. It breaks my heart to see him not feeling so good. This morning one of his little eyes was stuck shut. I washed his face with a warm wet facecloth. Poor little fellow.

    Today is supposed to be a super day with temps in the mid 70's. I love it!!! Now Pogo is looking for some breakfast, so I think I'll rustle up something. We have to get ready soon to leave for his appointment. You and Izzi have a wonderful day. Hugs, Edna B.

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  7. Beautiful fences for the day, Andrea!! Hope you have a wonderful and a great weekend! Enjoy!!

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  8. A pretty fancy gate! Great find! Have a happy day!

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  9. Beautiful and solid... (we don't need such a stable fence - )

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  10. Very fancy. I assume they don't want you climbing that fence or going in the gate either...

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  11. It's a gorgeous fence AND gate ....It's a shame they have the need to keep it locked tho...oh for the good ol' days when people trusted one another!!!
    By the way, wrought iron fencing is one of my favorites!!!!

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  12. Fancy and nice. Looks like a very pretty place and also one they want to keep protected.

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  13. Nice shot - and the lock really does say "keep out"! - its very important to keep the lesser classes in their place (and out of this one!)

    Thank you so much for your comment about my Robin shots - I do think I am on bit of a roll at present, I think you may be pleased with some of the WBW's over the next weeks, I am!!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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