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JNW’S Halloween Challenge: Gate

 

Kissing Gate

Kissing Gate

This is my favorite type of gate, a kissing gate. But, it actually has nothing to do with kissing!  The name is suggested because it “kisses” (touches) the enclosure on either side, rather than needing to be securely latched. It does not allow animals to pass through, because as you enter the gate you must swing it back in order to pass to the other side of the gate. You see these gates in old church yards.

Have a spooktacular time with JNW’s Halloween Challenge! Enjoy!

7 Responses to “JNW’S Halloween Challenge: Gate”

  1. explorenewness

    Great photo!…so dreamy looking! Thanks for teaching me something new. I haven’t heard of a kissing gate. Thanks again and take care.

    Reply
  2. Joanne Sisco

    I really like the composition of this photo – nice!!
    Also, I’ve learned something new! I have never heard of, or seen, a kissing gate.

    Reply

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