Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Marlbork #5




A couple of interesting doorways in the Teutonic Knights Castle, Malbork, Poland.

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17 comments:

Nymeth said...

I really love the light/shade contrast on the second one :)

Andreea said...

Great pictures, as always:)

Melody said...

Great pics! I like the second one; it makes me wonder about the door and where it would lead me to. What's on the other side of the door?

Alice Teh said...

The first one has interesting perspective and pattern.

Beth F said...

Very cool shots through doorways. Nicely done.

bermudaonion said...

Those doors are awesome!

Amy Reads Good Books said...

I love shots framed by doors. It's so easy to imagine what I'd like to see through the frame. Great pics!

caite said...

I have to agree, I love doorway pictures. Very evocative...

Melissa - Shhh I'm Reading said...

I love all the doors and windows you've been posting. They have such great shapes!

ds said...

Great shapes & shots! Where do they lead (iron doors are ominous)?

kaye said...

what a pretty shot through the gate. If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

The Bumbles said...

I love that first one. It's like a patchwork quilt with all the different designs/textures/patterns going on from one level through to the next. Super cool.

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks said...

so many textures!

You've got great photos from your trips. The mountains/lake in your BBAW interview was Amazing (yes, capital A!)

Lisa said...

These are great. They just say "possibilities" to me.

Suko said...

What is it about doorways that intrigues us so? Do they represent possibilities?

Literary Feline said...

I'm suddenly struck with all the symbolic meanings of doorways. :-) Whenever I see a photo of one, I always want to step right through and see what's on the other side.

RC said...

Those are beautiful, there is something so artistic about a door, and light shining thorugh it. Great pics!