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Doors of Old Bridlington


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Doors of Old Bridlington

22 Jun 2022 12:58PM   Views : 521 Unique : 377

As we travel around, I'm always open to spotting some favourite subjects that I can add to my impromptu collections. Small Buildings is one. Doors and Windows are another, and in Bridlington Old Town we found a few interesting doors, sometimes with windows as well. Not having a shift and/or tilt lens, sometimes I do straighten things up using the Transform tool in Photoshop. So here are a few examples, shot this year as we stayed in the area. I've noticed quite a few photographers on EPZ who have been to or are in Bridlington, and it's actually, photographically, a pretty good location.







So, why doors? Doors have a tale to tell, such as the one of the Music Hall, doors conceal what lies beyond and create an instant mystery of their own. Doors are unanswered questions, as well as being architecturally interesting and perhaps even beautiful.

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