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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Weathered and Worn

It's been a while since I last joined the Brenda Photo Challenge. Am glad to be back, guys!   

Challenge:  Weathered and Worn

This is one of the 18th century doors found @ Mission San Jose in San Antonio Texas

 Please come and join me as I visit other participants! 


28 comments:

rainfield61 said...

I commented in other post, and would like to repeat again.

I do believe my potraits are good enough to join this weathered and worn challenge.

Tekkaus said...

But it beautiful. :D

Diane AZ said...

"Weathered and Worn" What an interesting topic for a photo challenge. And you found the perfect picture!

wenn said...

it still looks good!

Cindra said...

Love the photo.. .the depth of color is really beautiful. And the texture is fabulous. Great shot!

Manang Kim said...

These is beautiful love it! Happy Saturday!


Weathered and Worn

betchai said...

weathered and worn it may be, but it still is very beautiful, Tes

June Coe Harris said...

What a gorgeous shot! Thanks for sharing! You captured the essence of "weathered and worn".

Brenda said...

Wow!! I love the textures in this shot of an old building!

Ann said...

fabulous shot. I want to walk through that door and explore what's on the other side

George said...

This is a wonderful shot for the theme. Very beautifully done!

RNSANE said...

It is such a joy to have you back again! What a wonderful shot this is, Tes, for "weathered and worn." I think I have seen this very door!


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AL said...

How I love the texture and the color!
Do you think somebody could still break in that house, with that thick old door?

Icy BC said...

Though it's weathered and worn, it still has so much characters, Tes..

ruthi said...

Welcome back Tes. Miss you here. Love your photo. Icy is right, there is so much character into it.

Life Ramblings said...

glad to see you again Tes. hope everything's well. miss your presence too.

love the shot, it's beautifully captured.

Happy Spring!

Ebie said...

Hi Tes, its been a while since I last visited. And welcome back! The photo reminds me of the doors during the Passover when everybody closed their doors.

Yes, many things have happened; Zee and I met with with Betchai in SD and we had fun. Someday, we can visit or you and Doods can visit us here.

Everything is fine in my new "house" after all the commotion and fear of loosing it. I think my spam guard is not working for everyone, cause some cannot comment.

Sede you around!

Nita Jo said...

The door is wonderful, and I love the whole building. Great photo!

Melissa said...

So old but so majestic.

WR said...

That is a great photo! Love the contrast and depth. Welcom back!

Dave said...

excellent subject and composition.

Yes it was Eng who pushed me into photography, i was into pc games then and was never interested in photography.

thanks for the gracious comments but Im still very much a newbie in this craft.

Thanks for visiting my page.

Donna said...

Sorry to be late! We went out of town!
Oh Tes!! This is Beautiful! We were just in San Antonio this weekend...we have friends there...
Well Done!!

reanaclaire said...

wow..very clear..the photo says it all..

greetings,
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Cheryl said...

It may be weathered and worn, but it is still beautiful.

Self Sagacity said...

Where in the world have I been? Well, actually I do know and I am missing out! That is what happens when your head is clouded. It's nice to be here and I enjoyed your post today, it's very old world. Something we don't get to see so often.

Ayie said...

love this tes, glad you're back too!

happy weekend!

Lindy MacDuff said...

This is gorgeous! Somehow I missed it, and I participated in the "weathered and worn" theme, too.

dibear said...

Wonderful shot. I'd like to paint this. :)

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