Posted on 30/08/2017
by Louise Bunting
Category: PhotographyTags: Doorway, Japanese Meditation Garden, Light and dark, wordless wednesday
Simple and concise. Very nice.
Whoops…didn’t mean to rhyme. 🙂
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Thanks, Jeanne. 🙂 There’s nothing wrong with the occasional rhyme!
Love it… makes you wonder where the steps lead! 🙂
I always like taking photos through doorways and down passageways. I love that sense of mystery and wonder. Thanks for visiting, Joy. 🙂
Wonderful photo, Lou, and a very appropriate title. 😀
Thanks, Mum. 🙂
Well done capturing the darkness and light without the camera going all funny (I’m sure it would have “flared out” if I’d taken it!). Great photo 🙂
Thanks, Ali. I think that’s probably as much to do with my camera as my skills as a photographer!
So much said, without a word… photography is wonderful ~ This one in particular xx
Thank you, Christy. I took a lot of pictures on that day out, but this one is definitely my favourite! I’m glad you liked it. 🙂
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