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Door Catch 3 of 3

Posted by
Nigel (Avening, United Kingdom) on 23 July 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Rosenberg Palace Copenhagen

Canon EOS 500D 1/15 second F/5.6 ISO 1600 40 mm

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Richard from Duns, United Kingdom

Just wonderful colours!

23 Jul 2010 6:32am

kate from lincolnshire, United Kingdom

good deatils and lots of work into the fitments, must be an old door! :)

23 Jul 2010 7:37am

prarthana from singapore, Singapore

what fabulous texture! and the most interesting fittings! great image!

23 Jul 2010 7:47am

Michael from Chester, United Kingdom

I suppose each lock or catch was made specially for each door, and if it has worked all this time it must've been well made. (And not even a computer to do the math )

23 Jul 2010 7:52am

@Michael: Thanks Michael- I promise there was no 'catch' to it.

kiwisa from North Shore, New Zealand

All 3 have been beautiful pieces. Great series.

23 Jul 2010 8:57am

@kiwisa: Thanks - I wasn't sure if people would think that pictures of door handles would be a bit boring ........appreciate your comments.

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Definatly my favourite!

23 Jul 2010 9:25am

CElliottUK from United Kingdom

Another great shot. You've inspired me to do a "Knobs and knockers" photoshoot this weekend (true)...but I bet that's got you thinking :-)

23 Jul 2010 9:35am

@CElliottUK: No....not at all !!

pixator from kerman, Iran

Beautiful door!
Very well !

23 Jul 2010 9:49am

Tamara from Aarschot, Belgium

All three have their own specific beautiful details, I'm not able to choose between them. I've really enjoyed the series Nigel, great work. Have a nice day :)

23 Jul 2010 10:00am

@Tamara: Thanks Tamara I appreciate your comments.

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Nice series......Nice thought.

23 Jul 2010 10:20am

@PRASHANT: Thanks for staying with it !

Thami from Morocco

Est-ce le recto de la porte de l'image précédente ? En tout cas, superbe porte d'une autre époque!
Bonne journée lumineuse!

23 Jul 2010 10:55am

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

cool frame and texture .

23 Jul 2010 11:57am

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

AMazing - just thinking about the age of this place and the use over time and this probably still functions. A great documentary here Nigel - the entire series. Thank you very much for posting them :-)

23 Jul 2010 12:38pm

@Denny Jump Photo: Denny - I'm so pleased that you have enjoyed the series. It was a step in to the unknown ......didn't know how people would react. Thanks for your comments.

Nazzareno from Rome, Italy

Excellent image, perferfect colors and details!

23 Jul 2010 12:51pm

rainboy from Nainital, India

hmm nice

23 Jul 2010 1:11pm

The MaJor from TM HooD, Iran


23 Jul 2010 1:42pm

♏arleen from Netherlands

Cool series, Nigel...I guess this is my favourite.......erm guess.....;-)))

23 Jul 2010 2:22pm

@♏arleen: Thanks Marleen - glad you got a 'handle' on it !

Joan Felix from Jakarta, Indonesia

Very, very artistic !!!

23 Jul 2010 2:38pm

Krunal from Mumbai, India

i love the tones in this one

23 Jul 2010 4:10pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

A very nice series. Thank you to share it with us

23 Jul 2010 4:11pm

@Calusarus: Thanks for your comments....I appreciate them.

Becky from los angeles, United States

The old, strong and ornate. Beautiful. Nice shot!

23 Jul 2010 4:12pm

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

very nice detail

23 Jul 2010 6:30pm

Demo from Villeneuve d, France

A fantastic series, my compliments to the artist and at you ;)

23 Jul 2010 6:54pm

@Demo: Thanks for your comments.

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Great detail!

24 Jul 2010 1:33am

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Canada

Nice series...like you said if doors could tell the stories....lovely shot...

25 Jul 2010 3:52pm

Marie from FRESNES, France

très belles matières.

28 Jul 2010 6:12pm

Canon EOS 500D
1/15 second
ISO 1600
40 mm