Thursday doors…Reflections on doors

Posted: November 12, 2015 in Thursday doors
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Several years ago while visiting Philly, we went into the Fabric Workshop and Museum in downtown Philadelphia.  They warned us that they were between exhibitions, but even allowing for that, it was the smallest display I’ve ever seen in a museum of any size.  However, I did get some cool photos, including the one I’m sharing with you today.

copyright janet m. webb 2013

If you enjoy photographing doors, join your fellow door fanatics over at Norm’s site (link will be here once I get up and get it linked).  It’s a-door-able.  🙂

  1. tgeriatrix says:

    This looks like a piece of art… Nice! A-door-able…

  2. Dan Antion says:

    I agree with the first comment, that door is a work of art.

    • Dan, I think the first comment was about the photo, but even if it wasn’t, the doors simply had reflective material/mirrors on them. Everything else is reflection from the rest of the room. 🙂 I have one photo where you can see me taking the photo with my iPad. 🙂


  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Love the distorted reflections – that is one neat door 🙂

  4. dimlamp says:

    Interesting take for this week’s doors.

  5. Nicely done, and especially in the almost monochromatic character of your capture.

  6. Allan G. Smorra says:

    I like the patterned effect of the black railing and the white walls. Great photo.

  7. leannenz says:

    Amazing how a simple picture of a door can be so complex!

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