Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wednesday Doorway


This weeks doorway is a little departure from my usual Wednesday doorway and is instead a close up of a church door. I found this to be of more interest than the whole doorway. For those curious about such things, the door is from Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Newbury Street.

15 comments:

KB said...

So much detail in the door. They just don't make them like this anymore.

joo said...

They are so beautiful with this door knob. Is it made of bronze? I like this photo.

Jilly said...

This is just fabulous. I love it. Recently I posted something very similar on Menton - an old door in Rue Longue. Always love old doors, door knobs and door knockers. The photo with its shadow is a beauty.

cieldequimper said...

Knock, knock? I'm not sure it's a knocker but it's a perfect b&w shot!

ennbee said...

such a creative shot.

Marie Reed said...

It's gorgeous! It looks like something that you would find in Europe and not Boston! You found such a treasure!

B Squared said...

The detail the craftsman used is just amazing.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic picture and lovely detail!
Congratulations
Kind Regards
Léia :-)

Marie-Noyale said...

It did not need "globalisation" this close up could have been done in many places in the world
A nice invitation to enter..

Malyss said...

A door always tells me to look beside it, inside the room it locks..especially with this kind of picture, the black and white adds a little touch of mystery..

Jacob said...

I new right away it was a church door. Look at how holely it is!

Juergen Kuehn said...

I am even surprises from your daily photos. They all are unique and this one shows outstanding ability.

Snapshutter said...

The patterns, the shadow, the tonal range, all great, and B&W to boot. Very nice.

Julie said...

I do like this. Old knockers are always a joy to behold and worth pawing over for a while. What a good idea: Wednesday Doorway. Shall have to trace back your label.

mononeil said...

Wonderful contrast, composition and light. Nice one.