Monday, 1 October 2012

Images And Words 178 ~ At The Gates

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At The Gate.

Its the gate we fear to enter.
The one we dread it seems
The on we cast our eyes from
It fills our darkest dreams
In the end no choice avails us,
Slip the lock
Up the step
To the Hill of endless dreams

bAZ©2012



21 comments:

  1. A fantastic I&W Baz.
    That looks amazingly old to me Baz and it must date back centuries.
    Funny those who built it are long gone but what they built still stands..we fear our end but some of us leave our legacies. Well Done!

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    1. Thanks Milli yes in Fact its early Norman around 1090AD!

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  2. Gorgeous shot ...!! Just love the old churches ...
    Thanks for visiting mine!

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    1. Your welcome Lynne;)Thanks for your visit and comment

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  3. There is some sort of fascination about those old english churches out in the country. I am not in the club, but still enjoy visiting them. The architecture and the style, breakfast dinner and tea for a photographer and when you make such perfect photos they are just wonderful. Bill the Conquerer certainly did us a favour.

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    1. Thanks Pat I am not big into churches either LOL;P

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  4. Fabulous! I love the how the gate frames the church and the words are perfect!

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  5. This is a wonderful shot! I enjoy old buildings and such and your words are a nice match to photo, on the dark side a bit, i think.

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  6. Beautiful shot Baz......but,dude.....proof-read before posting!! LOL.

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    1. lmao darn tablet keeps changing stuff!!!!!!!

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  7. Beautiful photo of the iron gate and the church in the bg. Love the words.

    My Link

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  8. Fabulous shot.... beautiful words ringing so true...
    Thanks for your visit.

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  9. Old cemetaries are untold stories except for an end ( or a beginning, depending upon one's beliefs!)

    Very Nice, Baz

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