Nice gates. Love the little bison on the post !
I like the wagon wheels and the way your pics look... warm:@)
Love that big beefy cow and the Texas star.
Good Morning Tex! Sorry I missed a few days but we had strange things happen at the house during the arctic blast and had to stay with The Mama. Anyhoo I'm back! And how nice to be back and see some lovely Texas gates. I like the first one the best!
What kind of trees are always in the background?
Upon first glance of your first picture, I thought that was a real cow in the background!
Love the gates but love the reminders of summer more!
The first entry I like, but the second is also interesting. Yours.
Only in Texas my friend, love the first gate, Francine.
Your gate images always have a certain charm and life to them.
i like the cow, but what's the squiggly thing? i thought it was a snake lol
Neat idea to use the brand on the post.
We always chuckle at how popular those wheels are. Have a tremendous Thursday.Best wishes Molly
Great fences and gates - I need to look around here for some "northern" style versions!
Making a statement, marking ones territory, "branding" the homestead . . . I think it can be found in Texas!
Definitely Texas gates! :-)
Hi Tex. Lovely gates. Love the bull on the gate.
I love your ranch photographs, they are wonderful!! Thanks for sharing such beautiful country, nothing like being at the ranch, right?Have a great day~
Very interesting. Are those to help distinguish one gate from another? Also, wasn't it at one time a tradition in parts of the west to put old boots over fence posts? Never could figure out what that was about.
Always love your gates, and Texas does have plenty of these... almost never ending
I always love the gate photos.
Loving the wagon wheels! Good morning, T!
I thought that was a bull and a snake! lol. Really like the Wagon Wheels.
Love the wide open spaces a long driveway promises.
The star of Texas - I very much remember that - and longhorns and long gravel roads. Can't wait to see the blue bonnets :)
prachtige nostalgische poorten.
i like that mini cow on the post...
I like the first one best. Have a great day!
The owner has an attractive brand.And the gate with the Lone Star is special. It's nice to see a place where people are unabashedly proud of their state! Good going, Texans!
Ah...how nice to see some lovely pictures with some green on them, while we're in the middle of winter!
They are really nice looking gates!
You know I always like seeing the gates and fences! :)
The added touch of the bull and brand makes it more interesting.
Love the Texas gates, especially the ones adorned with animals and such. The brand is neat. Pretty meadows beyond, too.
Nice texas gates!
It's good to be back; I always enjoy your gate finds.....
Nice gates!I like the first one Tex!!Lovely pictures!!Have a lovely day!!Dimi...
I thought the other was a snake and I see a couple others did also. Maybe a "W"?
Nice! One never knows what will adorn a Texas gate!
now when you say last july, is that "last" 2012, or this "past" 2013. i need to know how long you are hoarding pictures!! hehehethese are great theresa!! texas, the gate capital of the world!!
The beef cow is a neat addition.
Great gates as always!!
I really like finding brands as decor on fences!
These are fine gates and good shots of them. It seems the ranchers enjoy creating an interesting and appropriate gate to their property. Nice shooting.
If you want my opinion...NOTHING beats the beauty and swe of Texas Ranches.
Love your gates, and what it is on the top.
I love that middle shot especially; the way the green fields spread out behind the gate.
Love the grass in the second shot, it looks so soft. Makes ya want to throw down a blanket and have a picnic... and a nap.
Nice pictures, thanks for sharing.
Always so nice to look at fences. Nice to look at gates too. I am going to have to think about a gate once the road comes through.
Beautiful gates. Lots of style.
I like the squiggly W on the top gate, it looks like a snake!
Definitely wonderful photos, beautiful doors!
the W reminds me of animated snake. :) Love seeing all that land, so pretty!
I love the bull!
oooh, a nice view of warmer days - Thanks!
I'm partial to the gates in the last photo but great gate shots all around.
It sure is flat in your wide open spaces!...:)JP
Very interesting gate. I like the cow symbols.
I think that is supposed to be a 'w', but at first glance it made me think snake!For some reason, I really like the second gate...just plain and simple I guess.
was that a snake between the bulls? neat! ( :
Awesome gates.You have such interesting things to show us Canadians.Me especially.
I love your gate series...it's always interesting to see how folks decorate their fences and gates.
I'd know that was Texas no matter where I saw these pictures!
I was going to copy your fence picture posting, but believe it or not there is not one interesting fence in New Jersey.Well maybe a few, but the Sopranos don't really like cameras.
Love it!!ONLY IN TEXAS.
The last one is beautiful ...
I love how the gates there are always embellished! Such a creative place! xo
At first I thought that brand emblem was a snake. Now it makes more sense.
I love the last one with the wagon wheels, and the horseshoe with the Texas start in the center!
All your gates and fences. The pictures are simple and beautiful. A large deep io third picture. Have a good day/ Brita
Despite the fairly common materials used, there seems to be wide variety of styles.
Nice images. I wonder how they say that brand name in English.
T, great gates! I saw a picture of Dallas this morning. It was foggy and socked in! Just like it is here!!My daughter is in Dallas this weekend attending a conference!
nice gates you shared!i always enjoy seeing them:)
I like the first shot! Unique
I love the way people personalize their entries.
Hi Theresa, Fun shots of the gates. Yes, there is a lot of variety in ranch gate decorations in TX. Have a great Friday tomorrow!
Horseshoes, cows, and wagon wheel are most appropriate for these Texas gates. Gotta say I like the little cows the best.
It pains me just to think about the branding iron on those poor cattle rump. I know they havE a thick hide but if they can sense a fly landing on them they must feel intense pain. The gates are plain like ours. I like that little bull decoration on the post.Hugs,JB
Nice gates, Tex! I like the cow on the first shot.. Happy weekend to you!
Dearest Theresa;I remember the fence with cow very well 'which was really impressive' as I cannot see here in my area. Hope your weekend will be the happy one, my friend.Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan to my American photographer friend, xoxo Miyako*
I like how people in your area personalize the gates. Love the beef. My grandfather had a dairy farm so those animals are special to me. As children, we thought they were all our pets.
I like the last gate as it has neat lines and is nicely balanced.
The great wide-open spaces!
Sure do like the embellishments on the gate posts. I think I would never tire of seeing ranch gates in Texas. :-)~Lindy
I love seeing the green grass and the trees in that last photo most of all!
Nice looking gates!
I always like gates.
It's fun getting a flavor for rural Texas. Very cool.
Love the third shot! the sky is gorgeous.
I always enjoy your gate posts. I'm kind of partial to the second one today...with the wheels and the horseshoe and star.
These fence posts are a treat because I get to see how they are in Texas--so different from Virginia! I like the cow.
No gate goes un-photographed!
Nice shots. I like how even though it is a gate, they are all do different and unique.
I can't believe your infinite supply of Texas gates. It's nothing short of amazing. Hardly a gate to be seen in these parts of western Oregon.
Dearest Theresa,Lovely shot, even if you didn't get it completely in front of your lens.Hugs,Mariette
I always enjoy seeing your Texas gates and fences. What gates we see here are pretty utilitarian.
Interesting with the cow & brand on the posts. It is amazing how there are so many different fences near you!
That was a snakey brand, eh?ALOHA from HonoluluComfort Spiral > < } } ( ° >
It are always working fences, but still nice that somebody takes time to personalize them a little. I like it.
Awesome and an highly interesting post to stumble at on this massive website! Never write some replies only now i couldnt i could not resist ..jeux de foot
I thought it was a cow and a snake........Sure do have interesting fences and gates around your parts.
How fun! Especially the first gate!
That first branding symbol looks like a W snake, very interesting.
Great gates and it looks so warm.
Looks like their brand...was it?Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Love the bull on that gate!
The first one looks like an entrance to a pasture? I like the wagon wheels on the second one!
I still like to access the gate of the ranches to see. Various decorations Very nice display :-)
«Louis» enjoys your occasional Texas Gate series! :-)
Always something different, people are so creative.
Gates as art! I really like them. It makes me want to move, just so I can get a nice gate.
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