Fences and gates in black & white

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Fences and Gates

I went to my daughters pace today. A drive through the countryside from my patch of forest to her patch of forest. I go through a small town on the way so took the opportunity to grab a few shots in the town and some fences and gates along the roads.

The first one I see as I head down the road that has a bit of character. On the left see the old wagon a bit obscured by the rails. You would have seen that a few of my posts in the past.
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I didn’t drive around the town just took a couple of gates along the way.20200320_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_fences_gates_copmanhurst_house1
I love this gate20200320_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_fences_gates_copmanhurst_house2

This fence stretches a fair way. The gate looks like it has seen better times
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Further along stands these impressive cattle yards. This is only a small part of them.20200320_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_fences_gates_lilydale rd2_yards
This gate has been here for as long as I can remember. You have to open and close it to head to the river crossing.20200320_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_fences_gates_lilydale rd2_gate
A few years ago I posted this tree which raised a few comments. The wires used to go across the tree and the tress decided to incorporate then into its trunk. I am glad it is still there. 20200320_blog_challenge_blackandwhite_fences_gates_tree_copmanhurst

I thought I should show you the tree from the past
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Couldn’t resist putting in Grass Trees from my place180921_blog challenge_blackandwhite_trees_grass_tree

14 thoughts on “Fences and gates in black & white

    1. I love the black and white challenges Sue. Sometimes I take the image in black and white, at other times covert from colour. I nearly always do a bit of manipulation to get the photo how I want it to look πŸ™‚

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