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November 23, 2011

Back Gate At The Governor's Palace, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


This is the back gate of the main garden immediately behing the Governor's Palace in Colonial Williamsburg. There are several enclosed gardens, open yards, a hedge maze and pond on the property. Click here for more information about the palace.

8 comments:

Jo said...

What a lovely entrance. I tried to click on the link but it wouldn't open for me. I'll be back to check later. Greetings, Jo

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh what a lovely glimpse into what looks like a beautiful garden. Love the wrought iron gate, pretty fancy hey!!

GrandmaK said...

How very lovely!!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you both!!!!! Cathy

s.c said...

Nice gate. A little fairy tale type. Great to have that in your neighbour .

Mrs.Rabe said...

Beautiful!

I could live with a gate like that...

Deanna

Birdman said...

Take a look at my back gate. hahahaha

Karine said...

I have always loved iron gates and always hoped one of our family homes would have one (yes, I thought about that sort of thing when I was little), but unfortunately none of them every did. Maybe someday when I have my own house I'll have a yard and be able to put one in!

this is Belgium said...

inviting...

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