Thursday, January 6, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday


28 comments:

  1. looks like if you open the door you will be inside an old Irish Pub

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  2. Guido - I wish it were an old Irish Pub, that would be fun. It is actually a doorway to a building on our historic town square.

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  3. It does kind of look like a pub. I helped started up a plant in Newbern, TN in the 90's and there was a pub there that had an entrance similiar to this.

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  4. Why do doorways make such beautiful subjects to photograph? Beautiful picture!

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  5. One of my most FAVORITE photos on your Thoughtless Thursday yet.
    I just love this.
    Would love it framed and hanging on my wall:)
    Good job!!!!!

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  6. I love that doorway - it looks kind of narrow! I love Irish Pubs - the people are so friendly and the food is always good. :)

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  7. Love the subtle red-white-blue motif - antiqued! :)

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  8. The next best thing to a fresh coat of paint, ...is the patina of old paint! :)

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  9. I love how paint weathers and takes on such a neat life of its own with age....We try to recreate that look with all the high-tech "antiquing" methods, but the genuine article is always best, in my opinion! Hope you are warm and dry....this snow has made its path through both our states I think. xoxo

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  10. I grew up in a small village, your pictures have just brought back so many memories. Rundown or Derelict is something smalltowns or villages do well.

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  11. Love the colour and the mystery.

    ~Andrea~

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  12. Love that rustic door! It DOES look like an Irish pub...

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  13. A beautiful picture, you are so talented with your camera. --Inger

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  14. The Blue colour would definitely tell you it wasn't gonna be an Irish pub!
    Love the photo...
    Love, Anne (in Scotland, and a true blue Brit!) x

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  15. You have such a great eye to find beauty in the unexpected. This door is fabulous. Love the colors in it and I want to peak inside and I agree wtih Guido--have a Guiness :)

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  16. One could try to melt the yellow into the blue, obtaining green, colour of hope.


    Please have you all a good Friday.

    daily athens

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  17. Neat door alright. btw Swiss Miss is done. I've got a wonderful looking hot cocoa recipe. Thanks!!!

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  18. First of all I love the colors. Red, white and blue, so American.
    A closed door just dares me to open it to see what lies inside. You do find the best things to photograph.

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  19. Oh, I like this. Wish I took it.

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  20. What an intriguing doorway! I love doorway and window photographs.

    Great eye!

    Keep shooting -

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  21. I love the door and the imaginative curiosity it sparked within' just ponderin' what's inside. Great picture sweetie!!!

    God bless ya and have a most spectacular day!!!

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  22. Another beautiful and thoughtless Thursday...

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  23. Farmchick -- Color richness and unusual detail -- imitates southwest in feeling -- barbara

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  24. Hi. Seeing this picture would be good to paint. What are my changes of getting a copy Did you take the picture I think it is my style

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  25. I love old things. They have so much character. Nice shot!

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  26. Looks like a ramshackle place, but the contrasting colours are wonderful !

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  27. I can almost see on a hot summer night...the door standing open, the glow of a light from inside, music, people talking and a few hanging outside the door to get the cool night air.

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