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Iron Gates

May as well follow yesterday’s entry with a few more gates, iron gates this time. There is not much to be said about these gates except that diversity in design is the bottom line.

And that beautiful gate on the Victoria Parliament Buildings closes this series for now.



About Joseph de Lange

Before retirement worked in art galleries, a photo studio, offices, and the trades. Don't travel much anymore but still photograph. For the past 5 years 95% of my photography is done with the phone. My prediction for big cameras: DSLRs and their beautiful lenses and even the smaller mirrorless cameras will be mostly a historical footnote in the not too distant future.

8 responses to “Iron Gates

  1. m5son

    Fabulous series of beautiful gates. Your keen eye and technical skills makes this shine.

  2. I’ve really enjoyed your posts on gates here, Joseph, they are all so full of interest and character! Great captures here, my friend, this is truly a top drawer set!

  3. The one with the ship propeller and many other things is really lovely! Great selection!!!!

    • Thank you Axel. Mostly the gate photos are taken for some kind of originality rather than classic beauty and this gate with tool motif and a bit of nautical stuff thrown in definitely makes the grade.

  4. Pingback: Iron and Steel « at the front gate

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