L-A + Thursday Doors, 5/3/20: Change your perspective

I don’t like to combine challenges, but sometimes it’s called for. This post is about doors for Norm and on perspective for Lens-Artists.











First of all, I have realised that when in a new town, I pay too much attention to doors and let so much of everything else slip by unnoticed, including dogs! 😮 Here is the dog that Flavia spotted in Viterbo and I haven’t, plus some beautiful clocks.

But that’s okay, I’ll just need two visits then.

Other people, animals, objects and time help you with your perspective. Let’s have a look.

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge


for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Patti at P. A. Moed: Change your perspective

26 thoughts on “L-A + Thursday Doors, 5/3/20: Change your perspective

  1. Lots of doorlicious goodness in this post. I’m in love with those horse head door handles and the weird textured facade behind the Smart car.
    Now I’m darned if I can remember what in the world I was trying to capture from my knees there 😀

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    1. Hehe, thanks, Norm. Probably you were just striking the pose for the paparazzi. 😉 I didn’t know about those horse head handles, in my own city, until I did a graffiti tour and mentioned the guide that I liked taking door photos. He asked me if I had done this one yet, and I had to admit I knew nothing of it.


  2. Fabulous collection, Manja. There are many photos to love here. I especially enjoyed your huge Roman doors and the reflection of the clouds in the door/window. Wonderful. And you’re right–every view is better with a little gelato.

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      1. “I don’t like to join challenges, but sometimes it’s called for.” I thought you were a participant in several challenges, including friendly friday. I thought you were making a tongue in cheek comment?????

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