Very cool. Love this interpretation and the context as well.
thank you for your kind comments! – rita
Great photo! I love how there is no wall around the door. Very surrealistic.
Did you photoshop it to achieve that look or just happen to find a door like that?
the door was just the way you see it, at an art center where random pieces of all kinds were everywhere. thanks for your kind comments! – rita
So cool. Very amusing shot. It reminds me of a trip I took to Greece. There was a doorway, out in the open, leading to our hotel. But you could just walk around it and avoid having to open the door altogether. I realize your intention was different, but it just brought up that memory for me.
love your Greece story…did you ever take a picture of that door? thanks for your kind comments! – rita
Yes, but I’ll have to search for it. I was there several years ago before digital cameras were popular, so if I can find the photo, it would have to be scanned in.
Great shot Now i`m thinking why not to build invisible house kidding 🙂
very funny! thank you for kind comments! – rita
what a cool capture!
thank you! I appreciate your kind comments! – rita
Love it so clever – so unique a shot…
I’m liking the red door…
cool! thank you for your comment! – rita
Ingenious! I feel the opportunity. Great capture!
Your work is beautiful. If you happen to be a match for our group (photographers who have ever experienced or been touched by depression or other mental health issues), we would welcome your work for the online gallery! This one especially we could include and the recent gate image stands out too, but I’m sure you have many more too. Let me know.
Wait just a doggone minute here! How did you do this? Cool! Margie
Ha! I didn’t. It was there when I showed up with my camera. It happened in the back lot of an antique store. – rita
thank you! I appreciate your comments!
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