Capturing the good, the bad and the ugly of lesser-known Spain and now Southeast Asia
(1/200, F7.1, ISO100, 17mm)
What character and years are engrained in that door! Fabulous.
Thanks, Jude! Most of the old abandoned villages and ruins have so many stories to tell!
Love this shot. Excellent blog. I will be back for more. Thanks for sharing
Thanks a lot, John, glad you like this…
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This is excellent – well made.
And for Base: Why oh why didn’t I take the blue door?
Thanks, David, I took the blue door and I’ll show you where it brought me one of these days; next time I’ll take the red door to Wonderland.
base that was funny. So, where’s the red door, if this photo shows the blue door?
Hmm, difficult, these blue colors are everywhere on the ruins that were abandoned around 40 years ago, hard to find the red door, but maybe it will be worth it if you do…
Nice picture, makes me wonder…how many people have gone through that door? It has been around for centuries!
Thanks, Marcia! That’s what always fascinates me as well : the silent ruins hold so many secrets!
That’s what makes them interesting…the secrets held.
I love the grain in the wood.
Thank you for stopping by and taking time to comment, appreciate it!
I like the contrasting textures and the incredible grain patterns on the door.
Gracias, those grains are always very interesting imo too.
You take the blue door – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red door – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes!
Haha, my thoughts exactly!
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