Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Window Views and Doors


 The Green Door
October, 2009


Behind the Green Door? I didn't venture in, I'm not lying! In the tiny town of Rowe in the Massachusetts Berkshires, the only action behind that green door probaby has way too much to do with mice for my liking! This is the basement door of a former church now housing a non-profit. I liked the shadow-play and

I like windows and doors as a theme, so for Thursday fun, I like to play Mary the Teache's photo game:



9 comments:

  1. so far it's mostly doors this week. love the fact that yours is an open door, letting the sun in.

    mine is over at http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  2. Liliana: I'm glad you liked it! I've been over to your blog. Excellent. I will get lost there for sure. I'm envious of your blog template. I don't like my blogger template, never really did but I'm too afraid to lose it to different one within blogger, nevermind switch to Word Press. Welcome! Thanks for commenting!

    imac: aaaaaah, thanks Mac. :-)

    Photo Cache: it was a glorious day; really good for all kinds of great light and shadows.

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  3. Lovely photo. I really would have liked to have known what lies behind the door. I've always been one for getting beyond the frontage. When I was a kid we used to regularly explore abandoned bulidings. There was something very poignant about them. Also good for a bit of random vandalism! We don't have many such places these days. I wouldn't want my kids doing such things but looking 'behind' things is so tempting.

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  4. beautiful shot!
    I love your perpective

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  5. Welcome Sphinx! Glad to have you join us at Window Views and doors too. That lovely green door with shadow is amazing! :) Have you tried Modigliani's nudes? You probably have... and Picasso's?

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  6. I love the cast of the shadows. Nice photo

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  7. The front door of my parents house looked just like this one.. but it wasn't this lovely shade of verdigris. Isn't it strange that photographs of otherwise mundane things can appear to be so magical? You have a very good eye for color and form.. and magic.

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