I should admit I don't fully understand why do you think that this would be a building for people on the margins.In another area, this might be dull gray, unkept and considered a building for folk on the margins. What is invested here is perhaps mostly an expression of self worth.
Asher,In another area, this might be dull gray, unkept and considered a building for folk on the margins. What is invested here is perhaps mostly an expression of self worth.
I know where that door is, lol. The stairway seen through the glass panel of the door is an added bonus. Since it was virtually dark there, I am amazed that your P&S was able to capture this at all.Visiting Paris means also a trip to the Louvre. As we passed from Rue De Rivoli into an archway "grand tunnel", towards the Pyramid of glass at the Louvre, I saw a doorway on the left and too a snap.
Asher Kelman: Door in the Louvre access walkway
I took some snaps of folk exiting towards the light too making silhouettes against the bright exterior.
Michael, thanks for reviving this wonderful thread.
Fahim,Michael, thanks for reviving this wonderful thread.
I particularly like these two. For me, they seem to go together!!
Mark..brilliant!! I mean it sincerely.love this one Fahim, the closed door is well captured- what lies behind it?
reminds me of
"When the doors of perception are cleansed, man will see things as they truly are, infinite."
-- William Blake
no idea Fahim - none of us could make it any better with any other image - the image is all our doors cleansed.Mark..brilliant!! I mean it sincerely.
p.s. do you happen remember which image that was? I might be able to unlock it.
no idea Fahim - none of us could make it any better with any other image - the image is all our doors cleansed.
the only issue I have is thinking about the infinite - that is a door that is closed - to me.
to replace the image - here is the linky
did you make a picture of famous p707677241 door in glasgow per chance?
Red Door in the Middle of a Field. The concrete slab and tank were poured for this outdoor bathroom - and as a result the steel door needed to be formed into the concrete - - - but the bathroom was never finished. It is a strange sight when all you see is the Red Door standing alone.