Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by dream_police, Aug 31, 2019.
So close? Wow!
No - I reckon your first impression was right. They have been through P'Shop.
I meant that the doors are not from different streets or different cities - the properties are adjacent but there's an element of 'impressionism' in there!!
A Dirty Old Window by SteveH, on Flickr
Well, the sign next to it reads "Regatta House Formerly The Swan 1850". I think...
Now that's a cracker.
Churches (ex) and Castles (ex).
Red bus seen through trees (current)
Welcome home! The best door in the World for me (To your surprise it's not the door of the "Bell's"!)
I have no idea why I brought this as it's a door knocker when I live on the first floor! I even ordered a knocking plate separately for it. But to be honest it wasn't expensive and I liked it.
At least tonight I am looking round at doors and windows and actually took my camera out the bag rather than going through the archives. I was rather surprised at how well the plain black cat door knocker came up with a touch of flash
My front door. Not quite sure what it says about me
A window you don't see every day. A shopping mall in Frankfurt.
_8261267 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Doors of a church:
_8220896 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
You want windows? (Yes, I know I've posted this in another competition thread.............)
PC297453 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
Your images often post full size which means I rarely get to view them. Is it possible to resize them before posting?
An opening at the fortifications on Auckland's North Head (they were built during the "Russian scare" of the 1880s).
The window in a shed we once owned.
The disappearing gun at Auckland's North Head (taken through an opening).
PC246954 - Copy by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
PC267001 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
P2241470 by Mike Longhurst, on Flickr
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