Wordless Wednesday: 08/02/2017




  1. I love the way this works through to the background, and the red that draws in the viewer.
    One of my favourites of yours, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Ooh, I LOVE peeping through doorways! This is beautiful, Sue 🙂 🙂

  3. Gorgeous!
    My first thought was Cuba but then thought no, couldn’t have been done with an old camera!
    Is it Havana, Sue?

    • Sue

      It is Cuba, Debs, Havana I think, and taken with my crummy Pentax Optio low res compact digital camera…now processed with Nik Efex software, done wonders!

  4. This is simply gorgeous. I can feel those uneven floor tiles under my feet, being drawn in as Pete says. There’s also a great sense of unfolding as one moves from plane to plane. I’m another doorway peeper, but this is a real treasure, Sue.

  5. I was thinking it looked familiar- like the inside of buildings I saw in Havana one year ago.Glad you tagged it Cuba. It is a grear shot with colour, texture and deprh.

  6. Such an intriguing image and that pop of red draws me right in!

  7. love those doorway and arches shots!

  8. I’d be peeping through with the two of you as well!

  9. O. I love this one. The dark vaults getting smaller and lighter, the red dot hunting my eyes.

  10. I absolutely love photos with mystery. This is mysterious, intriguing and tempting. Where do the stairs lead to, what’s behind that arch in the background, what do they keep in this yard. Is it an entrance to a restaurant, or a rent apartment? As you can see, it incites curiosity and imagination. Great!

  11. Wonderful shot, Sue. The lady in the pink dress seems to beckon. 🙂

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