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Roaches Gate - we started our 4 mile circular walk from the Roaches Tea Rooms. This photo was taken near to Doxey Pool, one of the highest points on our walk and just before sunset


The Roaches is a huge rural area with marvellous rock formations and near to the market town of Leek in the Staffordshire Moorlands.


115. Gate or Gates - 116 pictures in 2016

Thank you everyone for your visit, favorites and comments.

Every time I pass this gate I wonder why it is there.

The gate of Schloss Blutenburg, as seen from the inner courtyard.


Blutenburg Castle was first mentioned in 1432 though it's origins reach back to a moated castle from the 13th century.

In the years 1438–39 Duke Albert III, Duke of Bavaria rebuild the castle as a hunting-lodge.

Nowadays it houses the International Youth Library (Internationale Jugendbibliothek) and the library of the Michael Ende Museum.


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After Gates of Memories it is now time for Gates of Dreams.


Please feel welcome:


The future belong to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.


Sadler Gate: Little street in Derby - as it was bloody cold and already past 10, not many people around...


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A most wonderful sunset hour at the golden gate bridge

Non sembra anche a voi una grossa bocca pronta ad azzannare? ;-)

Sono pronti per chiudere l'accesso al borgo medioevale

a San Llorenç de La Muga

Alt Empordà - Catalunya - Espanya



Sorry, to me is very difficult to visit people that always only leave a fav without commenting...


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Entrance to a garden at Nijo Castle, Kyoto. Hasselblad X1D.

This is the moor gate leading from Ainthorpe Rigg down to Ainthorpe village in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.


To the left the village of Castleton is visible


Rigg is a commonly used word on the moors and it comes from the Scottish word for "ridge", as in the medieval "ridge and furrow" system of farming.


Here Ainthorpe Rigg separates Danby Dale from Little Fry Up Dale


Taken in late Spring

Main gate to Mdina, a fortified old town that was the capital of Malta prior to the conquest of the island by the knights of St. John.

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The Sanmon gate of Nanzen-ji Buddhist temple in the Higashiyama district of Kyoto, Japan

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Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine.


A gate in the New Forest, Hampshire, surrounded by ferns and other foliage, turning wonderful colours as the season moves in the UK from Summer to Autumn.

A rusty iron gate....

HFF everyone...

Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine.

Today I decided it was time to do a winter version of my land. It will be called Gates of Memories. This is just a tiny little corner of it and once its finished you are very welcome to visit.

The floating torii gate of Shirahige Shrine (白鬚神社) on Lake Biwa, Japan. Medium format film scan.

Wonderful new sim. So many wonderful places for photos. Here is your ride:


Senganmon Gate@Izu Peninsula Geopark



This is a famous sight seeing spot of Izu Peninsula.

After the photographing, it becomes darkness without lights.






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Matsuzaki-cho, Shizuoka pref, Japan

Winder looks down in Sedbergh

See that white post in the lower left foreground? As I was setting up my tripod for this bridge shot I noticed a dark object fly past and land on that pole. Thought to myself "has to be an owl", it was 10pm. I figured it was a GHOW, but when I put my flashlight on it, it was a Short-eared Owl. I took a few long exposure shots with it illuminated before it flew off to hunt. Pretty crazy to see a SEOW in the Bay Area in June!

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Remnants of lives past...


There used to be a stone-built barn here. It was disused for many years and eventually demolished. For a long time there was just a heap of masonry, old posts and parts of metal gates etc.


A couple of straggly trees grew amongst the rubble, plus nettles, grasses etc. The sheep did not graze this patch.


Recently the old masonry was "picked through", one of the trees disappeared, and the old metal gate. Now just one small tree remains among the overgrown stones.


Taken in the fields above my house, Lower Lune Valley.

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