Colonial Entrance

This is a house entrance dated from the 17th century. It has nothing special, so stop looking. I like the angles that form the walls, the rail, and the curves of the door. At simple sight it is just an entrance, if you look harder (I know I said not to 🙂 ) you can find all this geometry. The door is open, so you are welcome.

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6 thoughts on “Colonial Entrance

  1. Wonderful composition on this shot. I first noticed the textures, then I read your narrative and noticed the angles. 😉 What Is most appealing about this shot is the lack of shadow. I’m wondering how long you waited for the sun to be in the perfect place so as to cast minimal shadows on this wall. It’s brilliant!

    1. Thank you for stopping by! and thank you for your comments. I do not know much about photography, I just aim, focus and shot! Sometimes photos come good, sometimes not that good, I am still learning. Come back again soon!

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