Weekly Photo Challenge – Pattern

One of my passions, apart from travelling and writing, is quilt making, and everywhere I go I always see great quilting designs. Gates can be elaborate and highly ornamented or plain and practical but they all provide endless inspiration for new patterns. I am still to put the inspiration into practice but when I do I’ll have plenty of photos to reference.

On the Thames Pathway at Hampton Court Palace, London

On the Thames Pathway at Hampton Court Palace, London

In the cemetery at The Abbey Church of St Peter, Salzburg.

In the cemetery at The Abbey Church of St Peter, Salzburg.

Symmetry and simplicity - the gateway to the Bedouin Desert Camp, Wahiba Sands, Oman

Symmetry and simplicity – the gateway to the Bedouin Desert Camp, Wahiba Sands, Oman

Entry into the churchyard at Holy Trinity Church, Bosham, England

Entry into the churchyard at Holy Trinity Church, Bosham, England

A portal between the old town and the new, Rothenburg, Germany

A portal between the old town and the new, Rothenburg, Germany

The gates of Buckingham Palace, London. I knocked and knocked but I didn't get in!

The gates of Buckingham Palace, London. No one heard me knocking!

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