They left the best part of the wall it seems. Elegant arch, perfect for a picture.
that certainly looks ancient
What a beautiful park (I clicked)!Somehow, it's good that the rest of the wall is gone; you probably get a better view of the park! Have a nice weekend, in the park or elsewhere!
great title and great shot. fragile yet it calls out it has strength in history for architectural pieces like this to survive. it is a good location and I bet many people take photos standing under this exquisite arch
belle composition, cet alignement est très beau beautiful composition, this alignment is very nice
Impressive gate.The park has many plant, wonderful.
A beautiful arch! I like the way it frames the lamp post and is that a fountain behind it too?
I love the symmetry of this pitcure. It's so well centred. Many thanks.Greetings from London.
the garden looks romantic from the arch !
Let's hear it for those engineers and stone masons back in the day that figured out how to make things last.
It's a lovely park! Such beauty and history there.
Great composition, and I'm enjoying all the green as everything is brown here right now.
And I want to walk right on in.
What a lonely arch without its wall! I've been catching up on your blog, beautiful photos as usual!
This is great JM. Nicely framed and such a nice feel. I like just the arch!V
It's good to know about different places around the world. No doubt, I'm becoming your follower.
Thats a garden I would like to visit. Lovely evocative shot.
looks like a heritage site!
Interesting gate ....
What an elegant entrance to a gorgeous park, truly stunning.
You lead the way for a nice week end through that archway!...The lamp post is beautifully framed.
The arches are undoubtedly my favorite. They also contain great symbols.Nevertheless, you might be interested in this video of Rob Forbes on TED forum, Davos, sharing his snapshots! Do tell me how did you find his ideas.Humble regards!
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