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Thursday, October 02, 2008

Kissing Gate to Rye Field


A footpath runs from Four Lane Ends at the top of Higham Lane down to Lower Higham Visitor Centre in Werneth Low Country Park.

About half way along is a kissing gate which gives access to Rye Field.

14 comments:

PJ said...

Kissing gate? That sounds wonderful. Great photo of your local countryside.

Hope said...

Now I want to know what a "kissing gate" is ...I shall have to do some internet research! A beautiful photo!

HZDP said...

This is a funny name..."kissing gate" , and this is a nice photo, I remember your blog was in my friend list, I must have missed your address when I rearranged my layout..haha

edward said...

i would fit right in at the kissing gate. i like the shadows and greens here.

edward said...

maybe a kissing gate is where people said goodbye

AVCR8TEUR said...

I have never heard of the phrase 'kissing gate' until your post. Now, I know what that is.

Ann said...

I've heard of kissing gates but not seen one. Is Edward right?

Laurie said...

Hey, a kissing gate! Now that's romantic!

Gorgeous shot. I love it.

Saretta said...

Beautiful shot, but that green wall is making my allergies kick in just looking at it! ;-)

tr3nta said...

very romantic...

Batang Kyusi said...

very well composed.

Jackie said...

That is a lovely picture Gerald - quintessentially English!

BTW I recommend doing a Google search on Andy Goldsworthy and looking at the images. I think his stuff is wonderful, he uses lots of natural materials like slate, wood, ice, leaves, twigs, stone, etc etc.

Rose said...

I love this view! Love the gate and stone wall.

Kelly said...

A very nice shot! I would love to see it in black and white!

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