This is another photo from my doors of time series - I realise that most eyes will be on the two wheel receptacle - I was attracted to the overall image... the clay bricks are very strong in colour in fact the whole little town was built mostly out of the use of the same bright clay.
This photo was taken in the Province of Salta - Northern Argentina.
Please enjoy & have a great day!!!
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pajaran (66294) 2012-09-11 23:50
Kod nas se mnogo koriste dvokolice.
Lepo pogled na dvokolice i stara drvena vrata.
Dobra ostrina i kontrast, lepe boje.
Dobar tekst i kompozicija, lepa dvokolica i stara drvena vrata.
Imajte lep i uspesan dan, sve najbolje.
With us are widely used rickshaw.
Nice view of the rickshaw and an old wooden door.
Good sharpness and contrast, beautiful color.
Good content and composition, beautiful chariot and old wooden doors.
Have a nice and successful day, all the best.
larhrissiHicham (577) 2012-09-12 3:34
Nicely done DAWN...white contrasting with the ocher walls is quite interesting.
Noel_Byrne (33714) 2012-09-14 7:07
What I am finding fascinating about these images, apart from of course the doors themselves, is that each image seems to have some unique little quirk as well. the lamp, the chair, and now this little old cart. It makes for a fascinating series.
snunney (107401) 2012-09-16 7:48
I really like this composition; it has a timeless quality about it, something accentuated by the sepia tones of the wall. Superb rendering of the tones and textures. Well seen and beautifully executed.
sandpiper (6788) 2012-09-17 4:04
Great door with strong colour, I like it. The cart adds to the scene and creates a good composition
Silvio1953 (154001) 2012-09-18 9:32
Ciao Dawn, lovely composition with fascinating old door, splendid light, excellent clarity and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
maloutim (9717) 2012-09-25 18:59
This is an incredible photo, as if turned into strong sepia ! Great capture indeed for your theme "Doors of time" !
Very minimalistic, but it makes one want to visit the place, which must look quite special, with this ochre colour all over.
I hate to think of the state of things during strong rains though :-(
Thanks for sharing.
papagolf21 (110262) 2012-10-06 3:25
J'aime votre regard photographique. Il y a toujours une recherche poétique très agréable.
Ici, encore, vous maîtrisez fort bien le sujet.
Le cadrage est bien pensé.
Le résultat est excellent.
tedesse (25135) 2012-10-13 22:10
Another interesting door. Beautiful series of doors Argentina.
Nice frame and the composition of the two-wheeled cart in the foreground. Great colors and sharpness.
Have a nice day
mjw364 (1466) 2012-10-24 5:52
What I like about this is that the clay colour gives the image an overall sepia tone feel and that is entirely appropriate given the title of your shot. Well exposed. A touch more contrast between the door and the clay may have brought it out more but conceptually I like this.
Nard (6972) 2012-11-03 4:45
An interesting series of doors pictures. This one is my favorite because the texture of the wall and the pink tone broken by the white trolley. Nice composition.
Tigerlily (3379) 2012-11-11 5:36
That's a lovely placed receptacle.. enhanced the whole image... beautiful clarity an excellent colour..interesting door.. nearly the same colour as the wall...
ikeharel (79099) 2013-04-27 2:31
I have to agree, dawn, the whole scene is what makes this so special.
I like the clay stones built walls, must be at least 100 years old, and the "matching" door.
The white two-wheels cart with a plastic bahg is much newer stuff, yet mingle nicely within.
Enjoy yoyr weekend,
mcmtanyel (29608) 2013-07-04 21:50
This is very interesting. I first thought it was sepia, but no, it is in full color. That rickety buggy ıs very photogenic. You are right, it is more eye-catching than the door, probably because it is the only other color in the photo.
elenimavrandoni (0) 2014-02-10 21:33
hey Dawn, very interesting documentary picture, of course the door but also the way the wall has been put together, the good old days...
kind regards and thanks for visiting me, appreciated!!