Thursday, September 06, 2007

Enter

An elegant entrance to an historic home in St. Paul.

19 comments:

  1. Gates make such great photo shots, especially those that have a lot of scrollwork. But I even like the plain ones.

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  2. It is elegant and beautiful indeed!
    Have a nice day Kate.

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  3. elle est tres belle cette fenetre en fer forge, elle donne envie en effet de passer la porte

    it is very beautiful this wrought iron window, it indeed gives desire for passing the door

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  4. Really lovely grill work. I like your composition also.

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  5. A beautiful entrance, indeed! ... and OPEN!

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  6. Very beautiful iron work. I guess such a gate would cost a fortune now.

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  7. what a great work, very impressive!
    have a nice day Kate.
    j xx

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  8. Our old blacksmith used to make gates like this in his shop. He had jigs to bend the red-hot iron around. And he also shoed horses.

    I think the gate photo is really nice.

    If you have not seen a tomato horn worm lately, complete with cocoons of predator wasps aboard, then take a look if you have time.

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  9. A beautiful piece of work, & a nice shot of it!
    Thanks for your messages, I appreciate it.

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  10. Cool gate, Imagine the craftsmanship to create this. An art that is nearly lost.

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  11. A very beautiful entrance way. And a wonderful photo capture.

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  12. I love beautiful iron works - so gracefull

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  13. A veyr inviting entrance!

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  14. Nice gate, pretty picture - I like the black and greens colors.

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  15. Kate thank you so much for my award. It was thoughtful and kind.
    I finally figured out how to put it on my blog so I am in the midst of revamping the whole thing. Over the next few days I will get things how I want them but its 12:30 AM and I'm too tired to do more.

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  16. I was going to give you an award but see Oliver has beaten me to it!

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  17. I know how you love beautiful iron work, Kate and you sure found it here. Just fabulous.

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  18. Beautiful. Very ornate without being tacky.

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  19. Great door, beautiful and elegant.

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