Ahh.. I really like your technique.. When I look at your shots, I feel like my head has a lack of creativity.. (((
like the composition over the previous door shot, this one is much more interesting visually, nice range of light tones as well.
I think I prefer the previous one, but both are very similar in beauty… nice shots both !
Interesting contrast with the grass in the foreground there and that door on the right is nicely arranged in the frame.
Nice interplay here. An interesting story.
Very nice – I could see this hanging on my wall at home (though would be tempted to perspective correct slightly to get the lines on the building parallel to edge of the frame (which might have the benefit of cropping the dark line from top right))
Very pretty. It\'s twice the beauty although I\'m still partial to the previous one because I like the closeup detail. However, both of these images are a favorite for me.
I looked at this photo title in my reader and wondered what you could have done…the answer is great composition. The colors are subtle but serve as a nice contrast (almost a negative) in the twin doors. Nice decision to cut off the door on the right…great angle. I love these old beach houses. I can almost hear the waves.
Nice color decision )
Like the arrangement here of the two doors, very well composed shot.
Interesting place Nick. I do feel that I need to see in that corner though
Ahh, now we have a choice between the known and the unknown. Simple but very effective image. Funny how two very similar doors (but located in very different lighting) can evoke such different emotions.
Like the limited colour palette in this shot. good composition
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