The Door

“You see things; and you say ‘Why?’  But I dream things that never were; and say ‘Why not?'”  ~ George Bernard Shaw

Image processed in Lightroom using typical processing and “Brightly Bold” preset; no additional manipulation.

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14 Responses to The Door

  1. Julie McLeod says:

    The shadow is fascinating and I can’t help but think it makes it look like a face. Beyond that, the texture that the processing brought out is fantastic!

  2. julielawsonphotography says:

    Wow!!! This is very striking. I love it Sue!

  3. suehenryphotography says:

    Interesting Julie, that the shadow looks like a face to you. This is a mausoleum door at our cemetery.

  4. Mike Palmer says:

    sometimes its just that easy!! nice capture and choice of post

  5. JRP says:

    Brightly bold really brought out the amazing color. I can get so lost at cemetaries! Wonderful!

  6. suehenryphotography says:

    “Bright Bold,” in my eyes, brought out the graphic quality of the wonderful shadow of a column from another tombstone.

  7. graspthemoment says:

    Very cool processing Sue. LR rawks!! (and all those nifty presets.)

  8. suehenryphotography says:

    And, Brian….thanks for “Brightly Bold.”

  9. Marcie says:

    WOW! Love how the shadow turned blue. Wonderful texture and detail. Very creative!!!

  10. roentarre says:

    The texture and the colour are simply stunning in deed!

  11. Anita Bower says:

    Gorgeous colors and striking image. Good job!!

  12. Lisa says:

    an interesting door and lovely processing

  13. Bo says:

    Love when the simplest things take on an art all their own.

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