An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Don't know the password but at least I now know the Italian word for 'Letters'.
An original knocker.
How are you going to beat your blue images. Looking forward to Violet. PS I think the password is "Giza".
Very nice Doug.....i like these colors.Greetings, Joop
Unfortunately I lost the pass word...but I recognize the model of the knocker! I have photographed it somewhere, I have to look for it in my photos.
i do, but i'm sworn to secrecy. can't wait to see where you take us with violet.
The pharaoh moved to Rome? :)God bless you!Cezar
Another wonderful find and classic rendering! Such a unique attraction... so full of life and mystery!
your 'blue phase' was a joy to behold, doug, and this is a worthy conclusion to it! as an avid reader of harry potter books i suggest 'caput draconis' as password ;-)have a happy and blessed easter, you and yours !!
Wonderfull, as your earlier blue-objects, too.
Great eye Doug--beautiful range of blues within the frame and I love the simple symmetry of your composition.
Wonderfull colors and shot!
A superb image that brought to mind Luther Allisons quote... "before I left, I opened a lot of doors for a lot of people to play the blues."
Excellent Doug! I loved your blue series :)
Superb tones and textures in this one!
Great detail in blue... Rome offers so many little things to catch: and your eye caught one of them. So nice!Have a nice day.
that sure is one unique door knocker.. :) nice capture!