Mexico Gate
As Part Of A Fence Structure

The word derives from the old Norse "gata", meaning road or path, and originally referred to the gap in the wall or fence, rather than the barrier which closed it. The moving part or parts of a gateway may be called "doors", but used for the whole point of entry door usually refers to the entry to a building, or an internal opening between different rooms. [from wikipedia]
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Metal Gate
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(Date Photographed: 13:47:48 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 18 February 2018)
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A partly rusted metal gate, hung from a rusty metal pole, was swung open to allow passage.


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Locked Wire
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(Date Photographed: 13:47:57 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 18 February 2018)
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A square wire mesh covered a metal gate. The gate was locked with a padlock to prevent entry to a wide empty fenced area.


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Decorative Gate
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(Date Photographed: 13:48:41 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 18 February 2018)
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A red gate hung from green poles. Three rows of small circles softened the effect of an otherwise harsh, metal barrier.


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Half Open
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(Date Photographed: 13:50:01 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 18 February 2018)
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A gate led to a car parked in a carport. The gate was only half open (or was it only half closed?).


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Beat Up Gate
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(Date Photographed: 14:22:56 Wednesday 24 January 2018)
(Date Published: Sunday 18 February 2018)
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A security gate down by the docks was topped with barbed wire. The gate itself was beat up in the center, yet could still be locked.


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