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The Doors - I

Posted by
Mooie (Vancouver, Canada) on 19 September 2012 in Abstract & Conceptual.

I've been noticing taking interesting (well to me at least) detail shots of doors lately. Here's the first and it opens into a change room at the beach where I often break for lunch.

I am not sure how or when, but posting on this blog has become my most accurate platform for creative expression. It's so inspiring to browse through other blogs and every comment is very appreciated!

rem_la from Villiers, France

une belle texture

19 Sep 2012 5:13am

@rem_la: Merci!

gerard1948 from Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Excellent, superb texture and beautiful colors. Great shot.

19 Sep 2012 5:17am

@gerard1948: Thank you!

maurizio jaya costantino from Trieste, Italy

U Light My Fire....

19 Sep 2012 5:19am

@maurizio jaya costantino: With the help of this photo?

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Fascinated by what caused the green corner. Some kind of lens flare?

19 Sep 2012 5:55am

@CElliottUK: I guess so... I'm not really sure either. I actually took a few photos trying to eliminate it, but in the end I like it there!

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Avec la touche vert que rendu que effet et jeu de couleur, sueprbe.

19 Sep 2012 6:50am

@Nicou: Merci beaucoup!

tataray from france, France

Magnifiques couleurs... Bravo)

19 Sep 2012 7:04am

@tataray: Mercri!

Melocoton from Salamanca, Spain

Today composicón surprise me with this, a close up of this door, breaking schemes, very nice moie

19 Sep 2012 7:05am

@Melocoton: Thanks a lot! I felt I should break it up a little :-)

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Impressive textured and weathered effect!

19 Sep 2012 8:07am

@Stephen: Thank you!

Basile Pesso from City of Aminus, Paris, France

I like a lot.
The green part is strange and kinds of distracts but also upholds the composition.

19 Sep 2012 8:13am

@Basile Pesso: Thanks! Yes, I wasn't sure how to react to the green flash of light either. I tried to take some without it, but the exposure was not good and the texture was lost.

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Texturally groovy, literally and metaphorically and emotionally :)

19 Sep 2012 10:46am

@Rick: Thanks, you come up with the most lush descriptions... I should make a list of them "texturally groovy" :-)

yalda from Iran

amazing & Magnifiques colors & light.
bravo mooie

19 Sep 2012 11:05am

@yalda: Thank you very much!

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Cool ! I agree to your idea, putting green lower right.

19 Sep 2012 12:20pm

@Hiro: Thanks! It wasn't what I had originally planned, but.... it seems to have worked out :-)

Nelida De La Fuente from Tres Arroyos, Argentina

Great shot with good texture, color and light. A warm greeting.

19 Sep 2012 5:51pm

@Nelida De La Fuente: Thank you so much!

Abena from Maseru, Lesotho

That is excellent texture! really!

19 Sep 2012 7:15pm

@Abena: Thanks! Funny... it was really the swoop that drew me in, but I think in the end it takes a back seat to the texture and the light. go figure!

Baldwin from Bejuma, Venezuela

Interesting detail ... textures and colors are great, even the strange green spot !!!

19 Sep 2012 11:15pm

@Baldwin: Thanks a lot... one of those images that seem to develop on their own!

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

A beautiful abstract !

20 Sep 2012 9:44am

@Mhelene: Thank you!

Bruce from Tacoma, United States

Interesting textures. Great abstract.

21 Sep 2012 7:23am

@Bruce: Thanks a lot!

SalSa from Tehran, Iran

Hi Mooie!! Hmmmmmmmm....I found recently that "Mooie" is a word from Netherland and its meaning is Beautiful. I'm a great discoverer now .
I like so much your abstract photo .

21 Sep 2012 4:06pm

@SalSa: Thanks a lot! I did not know that about the name... it's not my real name, but a nickname my family and close friends call me because I had a young relative that could not say it properly ;-)

Jean-Luc T. from Juignac, France

Une riche peinture! Bien vu!

21 Sep 2012 6:37pm

@Jean-Luc T.: Merci beaucoup!

maurizio jaya costantino from Trieste, Italy

:-) reminding me this:

22 Sep 2012 4:32pm

@maurizio jaya costantino: Ha! Yes, I will match this one with another photo for sure... you can't have a Doors series without it :-)

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Nice textures and colors.

22 Sep 2012 6:58pm

@Steve Rice: Thanks a lot!