Friday, October 14, 2011

It's a mystery, that which lies beyond the door...

14 comments:

EG Wow said...

Well I certainly am curious!

bfarr said...

Nice!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The mystery works in both directions.

Randy said...

Nice shot. I know I am wondering what's on the other side.

fiziskandarz said...

i really like the silhouette effect from the light that coming to the window. it certainly bring out the detail in the curtain embroidery. have a great weekend :D

cieldequimper said...

That's one of your best ever!

Birdman said...

Going in or going out? Does it really matter?

Kate said...

Gotta be a "lace curtain" Irish family, probably having a heck of a good time!

Great photo with the light streaming through!

Charlotte said...

*That is a really good shot. You're right: It makes us wonder what's behind the door-:)

55 F sounds very comfortable to me. I think I could live with that-:)

Nevertheless, despite of the cold, I like autumn and winter because of the magic in the colors of those seasons.
I wish you a wonderfuld day!
May the sun shine on you-:)

magicpolaroid said...

I know, trees and blue sky!

youth_in_asia said...

Very neat shot! The light coming in through the lace contrasts nicely with the dark of the door. It has a very eerie feel about it.

Those sea clams are bad raw (and I do eat oysters and some clams that way). They make good fried clam strips though (although after seeing them dead like that, it'll be a while before I have clam strips).

I was a little confused by your name! I did know it was you because I had visited your site here, but I wasn't sure about the change. Lowell, Jacob, either way works for me.

Small City Scenes said...

I'll take door #3 so does it really matter?
I have been to the top of Mt Erie and it is big boulders up there and they kinda scare me---nothing to hang on too People have fallen---not me!!

Yes Pass lake is year around fishing--catch and release--no gas moters--barbless hooks--but just a real pretty lake

I forgot the rest of your questions as my mind (?) wanders too MB

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

Coming or going... what's your choice?

Gunn said...

I like this....

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson