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Olde Distressed Door

By ahughes3  
Took this on a trip to Bath a few years back. Can't remember what the building was for definite but I'm guessing it was a church.

I was trying to capture the entire archway but frustratingly couldn't get it working and I happened to look at the door itself and saw the handle and grain on the door. It looked like it was a couple of hundred years old up close. That's the effect I wanted to reproduce.

Tags: Building Church Flower Architecture Wood Rust Bath Door Close-up and macro Handle Grain

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27 Jan 2015 2:04AM
what a great rusty old image, well captured and with great attention to detail excellent SmileSmileSmileSmile

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27 Jan 2015 2:49AM
This is gorgeous. The texture of the old wood, the hardware, your composition. Great photo.

Armakk 10 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2015 4:42AM
Wonderful shot with bagfuls of character, colour and composition... SmileSmileSmileSmile

Regards Bill
27 Jan 2015 6:38AM
The colours and composition work great together. You certainly captured the effects you wanted. Excellent.
IainHamer Plus
15 13 4 England
27 Jan 2015 8:34AM
I love old doors and this one looks wonderful. Really nice light and well cropped


richmowil Plus
11 392 2 England
27 Jan 2015 9:27AM
Great detail , textures and colour in this fine image!
PhilT2 Plus
10 524 30 England
27 Jan 2015 9:40AM
Sometimes the detail is better than the whole............I think this is one of them GrinGrin
Niknut Plus
10 2.5k 82 United Kingdom
27 Jan 2015 4:27PM
Gorgeous shot !!......wonderful detailed textures & warm it !!.Grin
SatOutSide 11 14 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2015 1:37AM
Lovely strong rich red/brown hues and my eyes were drawn from the keyhole to the knocker, very intriguing as to what's behind this door. very nice

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