Hamilton Lake, New Zealand
Nice selection of posts here. They are so often overlooked.
Thanks smalltownme. I guess I was literally overlooking them! :)
Love the bird in the second and the arches on that bridge. They remind me of some arches I saw in Port Stanley - but these don't fill me with sadness. (The arches in Port Stanley were whale bone.)
All good honest metal, there, EC. I have about four thousand pics of that bridge, I was so fascinated by the curving side shapes!
I tend to photograph posts in water also. I wonder why that is..... :)
For me it's whatever is around water, or in front of it, or whatever...
We need more posts about posts!(Nice pics, Alexia!)~
And birds, and dogs, and lakes, and ORBS!!
love the bridge and the railings! wow...its all about the lines...
Most interesting bridge I've come across! I couldn't stop taking photos of it...
The joined-up fence posts with the sea behind is the one that stands out to me.
Thanks Bob - I've always liked that photo.
I love the photo of the bird and couldn't figure out what kind of bird it is until I enlargened it and saw the spiderweb underneath it! Nice sculpture! And is that the Rewa Rewa Bridge in New Plymouth?
I liked the bird too :) And yes, it is the Rewa Rewa bridge - have you seen it? I discovered it in October when I was in New Plymouth; there are more photos in this post http://dreamingofopenseas.blogspot.co.nz/2013/10/what-i-saw-on-my-holidays.htmlI may do a whole post on it one day.
Oh my gosh, I do believe the tourist division should scoop your post up and show it off! Alexia these are beautiful!
Thank you so much, Karen!
So interesting how the posts can represent a barrier or a gate, depending on what the viewer brings to each picture. I like these shots. And it reminds me of some post pictures of my own I might have to dig out at some point.
Thank you for dropping by, sister AE, and for your comment. Yes, it's all in the viewpoint, isn't it?
What great photos!! I LOVE the third one!
Than you Kelsea! It's not a recent shot, but I've always liked it.
oh my....the walks...the silences....
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Gilly! ;)
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