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Gateways to the Moor...

The boots and I went with beloved and offspring for a picnic at lunchtime...
The transport waited patiently...
I have a particular love of gateways... I dont know why, I just always have. Gateways are beginnings, the start of journeys unknown...
I stood in one spot and kept turning around to take these images...
We are blessed with a pretty Moor next to our place. Woods one side, Moor on the other and we are the jam in the middle...
Pathways leading off in all directions...
Footpaths that would have been valuable routes not so long ago... maybe courting couples walked this one...
And looked through this gateway...
Whoever Min was, she was obviously loved by Runt... who put this here, hidden behind a gate post?
The Blackthorns are bare but pretty all the same...
A mossy green eye, which even though Ive looked at these eyes for more than half of my life, I will always want to look one more time...

Ren x

9 comments

  1. Awww Ren just so Lovely! Your feilds are just like Virginia and sooo beautiful. Just Loverly my friend xox

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  2. Oh what a lovely post!
    Sweet wishes for a lovely week ahead hun
    Karen x x x

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  3. What a beautiful part of the world you live. The landscape is so different to the bushland that surrounds me. I love looking at your photos.

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  4. Ah looks like spring is on it's way, lucky you. Wish I could say the same.

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  5. Oh wouldn't I love to be jam, if I was sandwiched between such beautiful countryside.

    What wonderful, evocative pictures.Your love of gateways and their relationship to beginnings and journeys has wonderful ideas whirling round in my brain.

    Bit early in the morning though, I think I better finish my cuppa first and fully wake up, lol....

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  6. An intriguing and beautiful walk through the gateways. Who was Min I wonder? I would love to live with so much open land around me. Thank you for the journey. I can imagine I am there.

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  7. What delicious pictures and words! What a fortunate life you have, surrounded by such beauty, and that little tin-punched sign is SO endearing AND intriguing!

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  8. lovely! it looks so much like my beloved new forest (i so love your outfit!)

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  9. Grasssss! And true love... you are blessed xx

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