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A Rope Fence…

…designed to keep tourists off the grass.

Skagway

Alaska

 

An educated guess tells me this fence

is in the vicinity of 40-50 years old.

 

A temporary fence to contain two young pups

after their trip to the vet. 

Maggie was quite disgusted at being

contained as well.

 

Street Art

Vienna

Looking Through-the Gate of Violence

An automatically opening/closing gateway

in Hamilton Gardens

New Zealand

 

 

Strainer posts support the fence tension

and often a gate as well.

 

Menin Gate

Ypres

Belgium

The reverse view through

Menin Gate

Gateways like this one lead

to the various gardens in the

Hamilton (New Zealand) Gardens.

 

A Gateway in the wall/fence

around old York

 

The Eastern end/Gateway to the

Great Ocean Road

 

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A Photo a Week Challenge:...Gates-and-Fences

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Straight and narrow streets of

The Shambles and St. Paul de Vence

Saint Paul de Vence,

Nice,

France.

Saint Paul de Vence,

Nice,

France.

Straight and narrow streets of…

 

…The Shambles

York

The United Kingdom.

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Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:   Straight-or-Narrow

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point

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Whether one is in

Victoria’s

Western District…

 

…Hobbiton

New Zealand…

…visiting the

Tower of London…

 

…or exploring Old York,

there is always a signpost

to point you to your

next destination.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Point

 

 

 

 

 

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Cemetery…

 

 

fences.

Dry Stone Wall…

 

 

…fencing.

Gateway into old York

Sydney Harbour fences.

My kinda fencing

The only thing keeping this lamb behind

this old fence is a full belly.

A fence to keep giraffes out.

And just outside our tent door was a fence (foreground)

to keep elephants away.

It worked well, especially with this elephant.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:...Fences-n-Gates

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The National Gallery of Australian Art.

A building which Melburnians have

a love-hate relationship with.

However, regardless of whether one loves or hates it…

 

…we all have to admit their is a lot of mathematics

in the building’s design.

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gargoyle

a grotesque carved human or animal face or figure projecting

from the gutter of a building, typically acting as a spout

to carry water clear of a wall.

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My gargoyles are from both sides

of the English channel.

I  wish I knew why my Notre Dame de Paris gargoyles…

…are out of focus.

 

These last three are all heavily cropped images…

 

DC Photography 16

…and were captured on York Minster…

in the united Kingdom.

 

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rosette

** a rose-shaped decoration, typically made of ribbon, worn by supporters of a sports team or political party
or awarded as a prize.
**an object or arrangement resembling a rose.
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I don’t have one picture which comes

under the ‘rosette’ category as in

the first interpretation of the word.

However, if one uses imagination…

 

 

…these stained glass windows…

 

may fit the second interpretation of ‘object’.

 

 

The

Rose Window

in York Minster.

 

 

I only have exterior images of

York Minster’s

Rose Window.

 

 

However, these last two from

Notre Dame de Paris…

…both fit the Rose Window category

and hopefully look a bit rosette-ish,

as well.

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York Minster,

Great Britain.

 

Shopping Mall,

Dubai

 

 

 

Closer to home…

Arch over

Avenue of Honour,

Ballarat.

 

Roll of Honour,

Avenue of Honour,

Ballarat.

Still in Australia…

El Alamein Fountain,

King’s Cross,

Sydney.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:  Arches-Domes

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