Here we have the primitive and the proprietary:
Somebody's busy hands wove this low fence along the sidewalk bordering Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
I like it. The little fence is primitive; the massive building and campus looming in the background is UCSF Medical Center, which is definitely not primitive, but it is proprietary. That is to say, it is property which is owned by somebody, presumably the people of California.
The UCSF Med Center is a large institution; the little primitive fence is not.
You might think that a fence so near that major institutional presence would be be impressive, expensive and engineered to provide big work for a local contractor or landscaper.
Not so. I like this little primitive fence. Here are my thoughts about the person(s) who so skillfully wove it:
little fence, little fence, standing low
by the sidewalk just for show
what skillful hand or eye
hath woven thy primi asymet-try?