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While visiting my sister-in=laws house in Everett, WA on Sat.
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I like it. Part of my mind waits for someone to come thru the door, and I wonder who it will be.
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This is a perfect example of why I could never be a fine art photographer. You make the commonplace look uncommon. The beauty in the mundane. You find the lines that most people would dismiss.

For example, the juxtaposition of the roundness of the archway against the sharp angles of the adjoining door. So simple and so perfect... and so out of my grasp.

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Duck wrote:This is a perfect example of why I could never be a fine art photographer. You make the commonplace look uncommon. The beauty in the mundane. You find the lines that most people would dismiss.

For example, the juxtaposition of the roundness of the archway against the sharp angles of the adjoining door. So simple and so perfect... and so out of my grasp.

Thank you for another inspirational piece of art, Ernst.

Your compliment reflects mine and the only thing I might change is to add an inch to the left moving the door-frame off the edge of the image frame.

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Inch to the left would have added a distracting element which I didn't want to show. ;-)
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Ernst-Ulrich Schafer wrote:Inch to the left would have added a distracting element which I didn't want to show. ;-)

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