Doors

I haven’t been posting much around here lately.  In fact, it’s been a year since I last posted anything and that was a picture I took while visiting Sam in Denver. There really isn’t much around where I live that I’m excited about shooting. However, I DO have quite a few pictures from previous trips. Most recently, I’ve been looking through my pictures of Ireland and I’ve noticed a few themes. Some of these shots COULD have been spectacular if I knew what the hell I was doing. If I had Sam with his tripod with me, these would be a lot more interesting than they are.  However, I still find them fun to look at and hopefully some of you will, too.

This first set is just doors.

St Ann’s Church in downtown Dublin at 5am.

Church of Ireland in Cong

Dublin Church (I believe it is Christ Church Cathedral, but don’t quote me on it).

Dublin Pool Hall

Charles Fort ruins outside of Summer Cove, Kinsale Harbor, County Cork

11 thoughts on “Doors

  1. I dunno. Seems like half the churches there had red doors. Haha.

    Yeah, I’d love to go back. Even looked into trying to get a job at Trinity College in Dublin. Nothin’.

  2. The first shot … all the shops … the Alterations store on the right hand side. If you go in … what do you come out as?

  3. I like the Hideout. It wasn’t so much the door that got me, as it was the stone threshold at the bottom of the entry, with the center beaten down by all the feet passing by over the years. It makes you consider not just those people and the years, but the idea of choosing stone for that purpose. A regular wood threshold will break apart under the abuse over mere decades and get replaced. This stone one remains, a bit worn and pressured down, after what may be a couple centuries or more. It is the record of the place and the people taken up in a single glance.
    Of course, I’m assuming a lot of stuff here.

  4. It also looks like the door is either made out of metal or is re-enforced with it. Makes you kinda wonder what kinda person goes in there. haha.

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