Friday, February 19, 2010

320/365 Behind locked gates

This has me burning with curiosity.

Isn't it funny how locked gates and doors do that to you? There may be nothing of interest on the other side, but just the act of saying, "You're not allowed" piques our interest.

I pass this gate regularly. These basic locked gates block the entrance to a place called the "Eagle's Hide-A-Way." Not only do they lock the gates, but they give the place an intriguing name.

From the road, all you can see is a long, straight paved driveway that leads off into the woods. You can't see where it goes, and rarely are the gates open.

I'm so curious! Glancing at the Eagle Creek Park Foundation website, it looks like it's just a facility you can rent, but I still want to see it, just to know what lies at the end of the road.

Camera: Canon 40D, 1/80s, f/5.6 at ISO 100 at about 5:30 p.m.

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