scenes seen through one artist's eyes
Having visited more countries than fingers on my hands, I've seen many doors. Something that I learned was, that many times, behind them, there are gardens, an oasis, beautiful live, where one would expect it the least.Impressive photography! Worth to be written books about.Please have a nice weekend.
Your words are soothing, Robert. Sometimes the caged bird sings, yes. What is being kept out; what is being kept in; and who holds the key? My photos allow me to travel back and look again at sights I might otherwise have forgotten. I'm happy that you like them--you who have travelled so far.
I saw a poster once which was made up of photos of Irish doors!
I saw a poster of a row of colourful doors in St.John's, Newfoundland! Maybe it's the same poster and companies just stick differnet city names on it and no one knows the diff!
I mean, I wasn't in St.John's when I saw the poster, the poster doors were supposed to be in SJ, Nfld.!So it must be Tuesday already down your way--where's the tipple? I could use a nightcap.
the trouble with a nightcap is it can muck up your hair if you don't get it right!!
Yeah, but then you don't have to bother with mousse in the morning.