I think it would be especially interesting in front of, say, a grove of trees that changed colors with the seasons or a flower garden.
What a lovely pattern and very nice fence. I especially like the way it picks up the colour of the grass and agree with Revrunner.
Photographing this kind of ornate fence is not easy, but you did a wonderful job! The pattern is very clear and nothing is lost by seeing through the pattern. In fact, it enhances the look of the gate.
Interesting that the fence is glass on one side and wrought iron on the other. I like the pattern on the gate.
The design of this fence makes it perfect for a garden. Very pretty!
Een prachtig kunstwerk.
It is a pretty fence.
I took several photos of this very fence last week! Did you see the Dining with the Tsars exhibit? My time in Amsterdam was far too short :(
Yes I did! Why didn't you let me know you were in Amsterdam? We could have meet.
That would have been nice. I was visiting with family, but next time I will not be so shy to let you know!
wow! really neat gate!! thanks for sharing this unique beauty!
Very unusual and sweet !I also like your yesterday's post, so many things to discover in brocantes, I like that !
That is really an unusual gate, but where is the fence on the right side? Am I missing it?
Now I wouldn't mind having that gate.
I like that very much. I expect the use of sunlight streaming through it would make for some varied, lovely effects.
This gets complicated with colors and cut outs. Nice gate.
Dearest Marianne,That is so lovely! Looks like they laser-cut the metal but with great, almost lace-like results.Hugs and happy weekend to you!Mariette
thats a nice fence!nowadays you see quite some nice ones....
This is different and and pleasing to the eye.