Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
Like life itself, the once blue door has yielded to the inexorable path of time and the elements, exposing its true colors.
Photo taken in Jerome, Arizona.
This is HDR no?
No, it is not HDR. Thanks for the visit.
Reblogged this on The Legion of Door Whores.
Thanks for the reblog, Adrian.
Fantastic scene and composition!!! I like very much the colours and textures.
Thank you, Santi!
Fabulous! Great colors and textures. Love it 🙂
Hi Inga, thank you very much for the comment!
It’s amazing what time and the elements have created here. This ex-blue door is more colorful now that it ever was when people lived there and took care of it by using paint. Looking at it, I think it look much better this way will sort of different shades of colors adorning it. Great shot indeed, my congrats.
Great comment. Thanks, Lucianus!
I respond to color and aesthetics, and you my friend have some really amazing shots. It’s hard not to share a comment when you see something beautiful and you’re reminded by that shot of more than just the aforementioned details.
that’s greatness. the color, texture and perspective are all quite nice.
Derrick, thank you very much!
I like very much the atmosphere of your shots. Great photos!
Thank you very much, Madalina!
Great shot…reminds me of all of us…worn down, scarred, peeling, but our integrity remains quite intact.
Wonderful metaphor. Thanks very much, another thousand.
Thanks for visiting Writing Between the Lines! Lovely blog!
Hi Naomi, thank you very much for the visit!
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