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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Not quite Exodus 12 but close

9 comments:

MB said...

I swear, Lori, I do not know how you find such interesting and curious stuff... all the time!

Refugee from Reason said...

So is this the door to some sect, or simply a metaphor. Nice work.

PMBC said...

What a beautiful composition.
Maybe not a sect door, but an artist studio...

Ed Maskevich said...

Is this your studio door (lol)?

Trevor Pitt said...

Cool. Now I know where to go when the North Koreans and/or Iranians launch their rockets.

Tim Rice said...

Fascinating door. I wonder what the significance of the label above it is.

Dave MacIntyre said...

Love this! Unusual entrances always make great photo subjects.

Lori Witzel said...

Hi everyone! Thanks tons for stopping by and scribbling...it's always a delight to "see" you and read your comments.

MB: Just have to be a little "off" I guess. :-) Actually, have always had sort of a gift for finding unusual things, and I feel a little sad when I wander and don't.

Ref: I missed my chance to find out -- could've knocked but didn't. Suspect they're artists, which may constitute some kind of sect, but will have to go back to learn more.

Pedro: Thanks! Hard one to catch -- the sunlight was very strong, but the whole doorfront was in shadow, so had to get in close to avoid having too dark an image.

Ed: It's all our studio doors...

Trev: Another reason I should've knocked!

Tim: Judging by the cast-off paintings and loose construction debris (cropped out) I think it's just Art in some form or another. But, then again, maybe it is a sect...

:-)

Stewart Sternberg said...

SURVIVAL....Sounds like this would be something found in stage description for a play by Tenessee Williams.

I agree with the other folk..you have a knack for finding the most out of the way, offbeat, quirkish and curious subjects.