Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Wednesday Doorway

Summer is over and it's time to get back to posting again. But I'm going to start the first few days with some pictures I shot recently in New Hampshire. I found this beautiful doorway inside the Claremont, N.H. Town Hall, which is also its Opera House.

18 comments:

GW Bill Miller said...

Hello. It is nice to have you back. It is a beautiful doorway indeed. I like the idea of a Town Hall/Opera House.

Malyss said...

Woaw! what a majestic return! Welcome back!

Tash said...

The arch and the carving is just wonderful. Super photo.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Welcome back, what a fantastically ornate arch and brilliant return image!

brattcat said...

ah, you were close to b-boro during your summer travels, clueless. welcome back.

Luis Gomez said...

Welcome back! Great image!

joo said...

Nice to see you back and with such a great image:)

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour! So nice to see your beautiful pictures again!This doorway is magnificent, a very elegant door!
Great shot!
Léia

jennyfreckles said...

Hello, how great that you're back posting again. I've missed you! This is such an elegant entrance. I've been trying to decide what the inside of the arch is - beaten metal, wood? It looks embossed so not just paint.

slim said...

Great entrance and entryway - beautiful craftsmanship! Welcome back.

Irina said...

Sun makes beautiful pictures look even better. Welcome back!

Lois said...

This is a quite an impressive doorway! So glad to see that you are back.

Emm said...

Yay! Welcome back. Hope you had a super holiday. There is so much to like in this photo! I love the detail on the inside of the arch.

shirley said...

Good to see you back! I love the old doorways in New England.

Jack said...

It is good to see you back. Great photo, lovely place. Are you going to tell your viewers that Claremont is the home of Carlton Fisk, Beantown Hall of Fame catcher?

Teresa said...

So glad to see you came back - Thanks!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

So good to see you back with this interesting doorway. It has light, action, texture, architecture... and beautiful wood.

Bises,
Genie

Virginia said...

The light on the arch drew me in and then the man coming through the door led my eye there. A lovely photograph.
V