This week Sylvia is asking us to show images of Doors and Doorframes. Let’s see what a variety I can find…
First for a very large church door, seen in Sicily:
Now for a view through a church door (I did post this not so long ago, but I love this image):
And now for a rather ornate doorway to a restaurant in, I think, Eger in Hungary:
And now for some old, mostly abandoned, doors and doorframes:
Linked to Lens Artists at Sylvia Bacon’s here
Some great examples here. And although I love the shot of the Sicilian church door, it’s the dilapidated doors that attract me most (it takes one to know one …)
Teehee, I rather thought you might like the dilapidated! (After all, you did say it takes one to know one ….)
What wonderful doors you have on display this week. I really like your second photo 😀
One of my favourite, Cee!
Fabulous doors Sue 🙂
What a lovely collection – I love the first one for its texture and scale, and the last one for falling completely in an almost musical way!apart
Yes, the size of that first door, and I agree with your comment about the last ones!
I like the view from inside the church but my favorite doors are the dilapidated ones.
Dilapidation is getting some likes!
It always does, at least in my experience.
Great images Sue.
Thank you, Dawn!
Many thanks, Sheree!
You’re welcome Sue
A wonderful selection for the theme, Sue. The delapidated doors are so poignant.
Best wishes, Pete.
interesting set of door images, Sue. Lots of great colors and textures. 🙂
Pleased you like them, Jane
My favourite is probably through the church door, Sue. That’s compelling.
Love a good bit of dilapidation! Terrific.
Thank you, Anabel!
Sue, I like your diverse collection of doors and especially the slatted church door with the view outside. A great picture!
Thank you, Sylvia – one of my favourite recent images!