21 December 2011

Wordless Wednesday 160

Number 36, Denmark

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SuziQoregon 12/21/11, 12:57 AM  

Lovely! I really enjoy your doorway photos.

Indrani 12/21/11, 3:36 AM  

Beautifully framed.

LifeRamblings 12/21/11, 4:27 AM  

the door looks very intriguing.

have a blessed Christmas!

Michelle 12/21/11, 6:18 AM  

It's amazing how the door still stands out even though it doesn't have a tremendous amount of contrast with the brick color surrounding it.

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea 12/21/11, 6:54 AM  

Love how it blends but still makes a statement; nice shot.

Happy Holidays.

Ed T. 12/21/11, 6:55 AM  

I love your photos of doors - I always wonder what is behind them?

Merry Christmas, and a Happy WW!


bermudaonion 12/21/11, 8:25 AM  

It looks like I need to go to Denmark just to admire the doors there!

Daryl 12/21/11, 8:49 AM  

what an interestingly inviting door ..

Beth Hoffman 12/21/11, 9:05 AM  

You know how much I love doors, and this one is a beauty. The ironwork in the demilune window is fantastic!

Violet 12/21/11, 10:09 AM  

Simple and beautiful

Ralph 12/21/11, 10:27 AM  

Even the door has many stylish details - the arched window above the door has the feeling of a spider walking on it. The diamonds inserted into the oval window are cool, the red color classic. Neat!

Zibilee 12/21/11, 10:38 AM  

I love the detail on the window above the door. Such a great photograph! Thanks for sharing it!

Gattina 12/21/11, 10:39 AM  

Very special color for a door !

caite 12/21/11, 11:20 AM  

I love door and that is a great one.

Lesley 12/21/11, 11:44 AM  

This is beautiful - it looks like several doors in one!

Barbara 12/21/11, 1:23 PM  

You really should publish a book that is a collection of your photos of doors. They are endlessly fascinating, aren't they?

toby 12/21/11, 1:33 PM  

That is really beautiful! Thanks so much for participating, the more the merrier!

Jenners 12/21/11, 1:49 PM  

Wonderful. I love the iron work and how the color of the door complements the brick color.

carol 12/21/11, 2:58 PM  

What a pretty door. It has a lot of character.

Dorte H 12/21/11, 4:59 PM  

Lovely! Is it Ribe or Copenhagen or what?

Anonymous,  12/21/11, 5:36 PM  

I could live there. And I don't even care what the inside looks like (although I'm sure it's lovely).

catsynth 12/21/11, 6:38 PM  

An interesting doorway. I like how it matches the bricks in color but contrasts in shape.

Yvonne 12/21/11, 7:14 PM  

Interesting photo!

Heather 12/21/11, 7:51 PM  

That is a seriously cool door.

Robin M 12/22/11, 8:16 PM  

Neat picture. Very warm entryway.

Robin 12/23/11, 6:56 AM  

Lovely doorway.

Happy holidays Beth!

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