Doors within doors. David A Lockwood colour. 30/01/201630/01/2016 D800 with Tokina 35-70 f2.8 AI.s AT-X lens. Bent lines & buildings constructed using traditional methods…… Plumb-bobs have a lot to answer for when making photographs of architecture built by eye. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedDoor.History of OmanNikon D800Tokina 35-70 f2.8 AIS AT-X Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 30/01/201630/01/2016
7 thoughts on “Doors within doors.”
First thought was WOW dutch golden age! Hooch and Hoogstraten and all the others, doors opening into corridors, doors after door, room after room and light sliding in from unseen windows. All very mysterious, in one a pair of discarded slippers hints at unseen activities! So this, like the windows, is to me far more than the sum of its parts. LOVE IT.
Samuel van Hoogstraten – I’ve been caught out 🙂
Was not familiar with the work of Pieter de Hooch, but I soon will be….. thanks for the introduction.
Good and interesting framing
Ha – a hard one this, no matter which way I looked at it, there was an odd line or angle; even changed lenses at one point.
Ho well, in for a penny …….. 🙂
This is an interesting composition, David 🙂
Very close to breaking the rules of composition [well – what passes for mine anyway 🙂 ] but wanted depth.
Rules are meant to be broken, right 🙂
The result matters 🙂