A Word in Your Ear Photograph Challenge: GAP

Gap 1

Good evening from a warm Hastings Evening.

I have been thinking about this challenge over the past few days while out walking.  In the end I looked for gaps in fences and letterboxes. I liked the idea of seeing something through the gap which then frames it.

Gap 3.

Some fences were just wrought iron and  lets one see exactly what is behind it, unlike the first image where that was just a hole in the fence.

Gap 5.

Then there are the wooden slats which don’t allow us to see mud.

Gap 4

I liked the idea of this triangle shaped letterbox which just allows us snippets of life behind the fence.

Gap 2.

Then there is this letterbox with nothing.

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