Saturday, March 16, 2013

Horsey horse farm gate


25 comments:

tapirgal said...

GREAT photo. I love the horse gate. Looks very nice with the house. I've been meaning to say, I really enjoy your current header photo.

Judy said...

Now that is a beautiful gate perfect for a horse farm. I really want that.

Barbara Farr said...

Terrific gate.

RedPat said...

That is s wonderful!

Linda said...

Wow! Wonderful photo, Lowell! I love this!

Linda said...

By the way, Lowell, I just love your horse header!

Kate said...

The horses' gait is perfect for this gate. It is truly original! I'm impressed with it, and I'm not horsing around either.

Randy said...

Beautiful gate.

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

This is a fantastic photo! I love the gate...and how your much-beloved Spanish Moss seems to be tickling the top of the horses' heads. :-)

Hilda said...

Oh very nice! Actually, everything about this farm looks great!

llandudnopictures said...

How unusual, looks like a stampede stomping straight down the path!

Babzy said...

Beautiful gate ! :)

brattcat said...

wow, that's fantastic.

cieldequimper said...

I almost got scared for a second! Fabulous!

Birdman said...

Now there's some GREEN for today!
Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Sharon said...

Wow, that is one fantastic gate!

crocrodyl said...

It is really unusual and wonderful. Lovely place!

petrolin50 said...

Gateway is interesting. One person would think that the horse was going along the way. Nice new pictures! Wishes you a nice week Peter.

Kay said...

That's quite a piece of artistry! But then it looks like the kind of spot that can afford to make nice statements like that. (And, me too on the "been meaning to tell you I like it" on your header.)

Pierre BOYER said...

Un très beau portail....

Pierre

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EG CameraGirl said...

Great gate! Seems perfect for Ocala, horse capital of...Florida, did you say?

Friend of HK said...

What a beautiful gate!

petrolin50 said...

Lowell, to your question. Yes, the villa was used for housing captains of ships when they were not at sea, and when they left for their retirement. Have a nice day! Peter

JM said...

Fantastic gate! I've never seen one like this before.

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