A Forgotten Gateway
It's kinda funny the things that seems to always attract people's attention. Appartently this door is one of them. The owner's not sure what interests everybody but she's starting to believe it's might be a portal to somewhere else. Perhaps it's just a plethora of visual pleasure.
Thanks for looking, all comments are appreciated!
I Would Like Your Opinion
I guess these photos come under the heading of remembering my camera. The truth is that I was on the job when I took these and when I'm working, I just can't carry a camera for multiple reasons. But I did have my cell phone camera.
So, when I saw this purple building with white door I used what I had and took the following shots. There is something that I like about each one but I need your opinion on which composition you think is best. Two of them are cropped very little but the one showing just the door, mail box and flowers is the tightest crop.
So, which one of these do you like the best? Do you like the partial white bench and bike in the composition or are they distractions? Or, do you think they are all trash. Give me your honest opinion. I promise, I won't cry...well maybe a little. :)
Bits and Pieces
Solitary Rest Taken in a cemetery outside of Deadwood, SD.
Dappled Rest Next to an old church in Charleston, SC.
Brick Wall With Gate Taken in Lake Forest, IL.
Self Portrait in Gothic Door In Lake Forest, IL.
Picket Fence 2
Mill Creek Had an opportunity to do a little fly fishing when on a business trip to Asheville, NC. This is where I went.
Please provide feedback. I have only been taking photos for a couple of months and want as much help and/or criticism as I can get. My feelings don't get hurt easily...