Uma bela entrada.Um abraço e boa Quarta-feira.
The power of love.
good, so you don't have to kiss the gate, what a relief!
It's not the sort of kissing gate I'm used to seeing
Hello, what a cute fable. Pretty scene and gate. I have been on the Kissing Bridge in London, it is nice you have a kissing gate. Enjoy your day and week ahead!
This is so cool!
I have never seen a Kissing Gate or the Kissing Bridge in London ....enjoying this post so much. What fun! JM, Illinois-U.S.A.
It looks like there is a bird there waiting for a kiss.
I like that fable...I love the two pilasters! They appear to be quite old.
I love it! Nice. The etymology of the name is that the gate merely "kisses" (touches) the enclosure either side, rather than needing to be securely latched.
A lovely tradition, and a nice looking gate too. Thanks for sharing Christine.
The metal gate looks too new for the rock pillars, but still a lovely spot. - Margy
I like the idea, it's sweet!
That's a neat site for a photo op...and a cute tradition.
That is a sweet fable, and I'll bet it comes true for many couples. Don't have anything like this around here.
How interesting. Wonder how many times it has actually worked.
It is a nice, respectful sign - nothing garish, or tacky.
I wonder how it got started! The stone gate posts look pretty old!
A romantic spot!
A lovely idea
Such a wonderful snapshot of this gate.Best, Synnöve
oh, that's cute. guess that's a real good fence, then. ;)
All right! Couldn't be a better fence for Tex's collection. I like the story a lot.
What a great tradition and a very nice looking gate. I like it.