Sunday, 16 May 2010

Monochrome Weekend - Doorway to the past


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22 comments:

Magpie said...

Wonderful piece of nostalgia...

Victor said...

Very nice!

Shelle said...

lover the dark and light sides pertaining to the past and future!

John said...

The brown/sepia tones work well on this shot; sometimes I think people use the sepia effect on anything, but on this it works.

byron said...
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byron said...

It took me a while to realize what was going on with the doorknobs... Very interesting photo...

Calico Crazy said...

What a wonderful old door, perfect for sepia tones. ~ Calico Crazy

Fio said...

Impressive.

jennyfreckles said...

Beautiful photo - makes me want to know more. There's a story in it. Julie, I have just read back a few of your posts that I missed and would like you to know what pleasure your images and words are giving me - and what food for thought.

Dragonstar said...

I like the close detail, and the sepia looks good.

Frank de Jol said...

Excellent!

In Real Life said...

This is a stunning photo! Very artistically done!

Marka said...

Memories for yesteryear provide inspiration for the years to come.

Woody said...

Beautiful shot, enhanced by the monochromatic effect!

brattcat said...

superb.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Well of course I like this. However I must say that it works particularly well in sepia and the way the light is falling is just perfect.

Wonder why the second door knob is so much higher than the other?

T. Becque said...

Very nice. It's curious how the doorknobs are uneven.

Julie said...

All I could put the unevenness down to, is different height pathways. But ... I don't recall that they were.

Makes for a nice image though.

Clytie said...

Stunning shot! I also wondered about the uneven doorknobs ... very very interesting!

Ann said...

Beautiful, like the tone you've chosen.

John McDevitt said...

This one belongs on your wall in a place of honor Julie.

Serge Cornillet said...

Very nice sepia and texture!