To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
The doors the tell a lot about who lives there - or have done so.Come and see "mine".
Most definitely a door, and not ajar.
love the weathered texture...and the paint color of this antiquated beauty.
Looks well worn. I take it Roger doesn't like decorating!
I thought you were asleep???
beautiful colours being exposed by the weathered surface of the top layer of paint
I love that old door. A great shot! And I also love that new header of yours.
It's a-door-able!Sorry! I really love old doors, and that is a great old door.Sunny :)
Pure art!Adorable idea for a door!Léia
Love the weathered patina!That Craver is a punny guy isn't he! I love his since of humor.
hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....
Knock Knock who's there?LindaluLindalu who?AHHH made you look, made you smile, come on in and sit a while! Let's share some tea, maybe coffee, but most of all our friendship you see!
I'm writing this as I laugh at 'Cravers' comment... it's not the first time is sense of humour as had me giggling... Great door shot...
I love photographing old doors. I posted a green door recently on the Pagan's Eye but it was not as chipped as yours. The chipping off of the paint create a very interesting, textured effect.
...'behind the green door'... as the song goes!
Mac: A door that has seen better days.
Are you not back yet?.... I hate to say this but boy I've missed you and your banter... never mind your pictures. Give Julie our regards xx
Is Roger the one who met the man with seven wives and all those cats going back home?
I often take photos of doors that I like but your photo made me breathless. Ok, I have recovered now. Great work!
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