Awareness of the outside world. AD: 15 of the World’s Most Historically Significant Doors, Brown 2019.
Note. Post was originally planned as fill-in for the holiday break of the architecture photography class. Unfortunately, the class was cancelled. Since the post was already done, I let it stand. Also, considering staying with architecture as a photography project. Buildings make nicely predictable photo subjects. [Architectural Photography Linkfest]
Back to the originally scheduled post.
A trip down memory lane turned up an old photo. Pretty enough that I wanted to share it. To keep it company, windows and doors from previous posts.
Cote d’Ivoire in 1986
[Foto Friday: Stella] Different window, same storm. Not mine, neither snow nor window nor photo.
[Ready For Their Roadtrip Buddy Movie]
[A Door Between Me and the World]
4 thoughts on “Seeing The Other Side, Doors & Windows”
Lovely photos! I enjoy doors too, especially when a horse has his head through one.
I love the Ivory Coast photo. My copy sits on the green marble surround of our bathtub. Perfect colors and image.
Thank you. Ended up with a lot of horse doors.
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