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Not quie a ‘One’, as there are two heads in the background! Seen somewhere in Madeira,I was struck by the marvellous old architecture that she was walking towards:

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18 comments

  1. She certainly makes a contrast with the traditional architecture beyond.

  2. That is a nice old house, and the door is beautiful. The steps look very steep though. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Texture around the door entrance – such detail

  4. That is a very poetic photo. Love it.

  5. Amy

    This one is very well captured. 🙂

  6. Lovely architecture indeed, Sue, especially around the door.

    janet

  7. the architcture is good – but there is so much to like here.
    the eye goes from her – her backpack – to her raised foot –

    then my eyes went to the stairs right near her – then the stone wall – the railing – then the hidden people – and then up the stairs – and the eye find more! four windows to the right (straight lines) and that ornately-trimmed door – the whole shot has light and dark and that zig zag –
    this is a great photo to stand alone….

  8. Contrary as ever, I would have loved her to walk towards you, Sue 🙂 🙂 I see you have lots for me to catch up with!

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