Saturday, September 19, 2009

BILL GATES

I have posted a few gates on this blog. Most have been expensive, gaudy looking things. These are simple, yet, elegant;no "Yuppi" would keep these. When the time comes to replace them, I'm sure they with find a temporary home in an antique store. They will not be "homeless" for very long.

22 comments:

  1. LOL! What a clever title! And the gates are really cool!

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  2. Like your title. I think you should buy these gates and take them to B Squared Salvage in Ocala!

    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Hi there,

    I love your title! It's great!
    And the gates are amazing. Wonderful piece of work.

    Best regards
    Asta

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  4. LOL! Cute. I like this. Simple and old is good for me.

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  5. Those pieces of wood look strangely like the movie version of the stones of the Ten Commandments. A bit oversize maybe, but you have to be sure that nothing important is written on the other side.
    Great title and nice catch!

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  6. An interesting and unusual gate!
    Have a nice weekend!

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  7. Hi B, great capture, these beauties probably deserves a better future, its work is magnificent.

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  8. Great gates, I wonder what the windows look like.

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  9. Very nice gates and I like the stone wall. I also like how they seem a little uneven too.

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  10. I see you've been hanging around with 'The Gates.' ;o)
    ...maybe the gate on the left is off a little so that the cat can get back in ;o)

    I also enjoyed FALLING INTO AUTUMN
    ...just love the autumn displays at the local garden shops
    ~ Maria

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  11. These certainly are unlike any I've ever seen. When I can't see through a gate I usually wonder what's on the other side. Are they trying to hide something? ;-)

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  12. I like them. Very functional. Next they will show up at the thrift in Ocala. LOL MB

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  13. I think the gates matches the stone walls.

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  14. I like these and the fence, a little off center, but who isnt off center now days.

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  15. Nice old wrought iron work, complements the new but nice mortared wall. A home as a castle, indeed.

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  16. Nice old wrought iron with the new-but-nice mortared stone. [sorry if this posted twice, not sure what happened]

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  17. I love the stone walls and they go perfectly with the wooden gates. A new fancy gate would not fit the aesthetic of the walls at all.

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  18. Maybe one day they will plant an apple tree beside it? LOL...

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  19. i really like the series of doors on your site. this one is great but so are they others as they are so different from one another.

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