Sunday, May 2, 2010

Gate to nowhere


At one time this gate in the woods of central Florida led somewhere and served some purpose. Today, it is simply a rusted relic that sits abandoned and unused and will eventually disintegrate into dust unless someone tears it down. I though it was quite attractive - in its own way.

7 comments:

joo said...

The forest behind looks like Paradise - so maybe ugly gate to beautiful Paradise:)

brattcat said...

Yes, it's still serving a purpose as an excellent subject for your lens. I really like the way you've composed this with the trees leaning together so gracefully above the gate.

Tinsie said...

That's a great photo. The vegetation looks soooo lush! I love the post title too :-)

anjoe playhouse said...

I do like it!

Cezar and Léia said...

Because it's an old gate.In fact I could not stop to look those fabulous and huge trees!Wonderful trees!
Léia

Rose said...

It served a purpose of adding something to this photograph...I always like gates.

Small City Scenes said...

Rusty old gates are beautiful too. I like this shot. MB