Thursday, September 16, 2010

mill door

harrisville, new hampshire

16 comments:

Birdman said...

Photography... it's all about Light!

Cezar and Léia said...

Stunning composition, very well done dear Brattcat! :)
Léia

Abraham Lincoln said...

Reminds me of an old upground cellar door. It looks good in this photograph.

Sharon Creech said...

Beautiful: the door, the light.

Sunny said...

Perfect in many ways!
☼ Sunny

I noticed the heart shape when she put her head down to graze. It looked like she was wearing a lace doily.

Sharon said...

Beautiful light on this rustic door. Hmmm...is rustic really the right word? Colonial might be a better word.

Virginia said...

NH is a treasure trove of photo ops and you have worked your magic on all of them. You know how I love this one.
V

PS and Bird is right about the light.

Small City Scenes said...

....and well used too. MB

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh wow, the light, the shadows... Amazing in it's simplicity

Amin said...

The door for the future...

Julie said...

Lovely old door ... and light ... what is it about doors and windows ...

slim said...

Beautiful milled door and you captured the light on it just right.

Bob Crowe said...

Really nice light. It could be in New England or Charleston or the UP of Michigan. The atmosphere glows.

Paula said...

I used to have hand forged heart hooks like that one. The door, well, words fail me it's so amazing.

Randy said...

That is such a beautiful post. I like old doors.

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

great light here...and
captivating atmosphere