The land that was acquired to build the new county park near where I live used to be a farm. You can still see part of the old fence and the old gate that was once an entrance to the farm from the road near one of the new walking paths. I showed an old hay barn from this same park in a previous post here
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Um belo contraste.
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
So nice that old fence and gate are still there.
I remember the old hay barn. Glad they left these remnants of the farm. Re your comment on Ocala: I don't think you'd have trouble photographing anything, including Spanish moss! You are one hell of a good photographer!
You can still imagine that the gate leads to a farm.
Nice perspective, I love the gate and the shadows. Very nice Lois!
this is an amazing photo. I love it! the perspective and the shadow painting. wow
It's a great picture. I love that they kept part of the old farm.... a nice tribute to the property's history .... I also love that it was acquired as public parkland ....
i really like that old gate!
Hello, looks like a nice walking path. I like the old gates.
Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!
I'm happy they didn't pull down the old fence Lois, every reminder of the past is precious!
Fences . . . the fine, small differences!
Greetings from Germyny
That is a very nice old gate
Have a wonderful day!
Two kinds of fences in one place!
Love the old and the new ~ glad they turned it into a park ~ Lovely photo! thanks,
Wishing you a week of your choice ~ ^_^
What a great gate!
Great old fence and gate!...funny how the old can't really compare to the new:)
Old and new mixes well together in this case! :-)
How neat that the old fence/gate were left there. The new trail looks like a great place to take a walk.
It's nice that they left it there, Lois!
I love this shot of the new fence as it wends its way through the field, but oh the draw of the old gateway is much more inviting for me!
awww. glad it could be used for park and public enjoyment instead of development, though.
I hoped they stained the new wood. Doesn't take long for it to get gray. Some people like the grayed-out wood, I think it's ugly
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