Silent Sunday in Andalucía: Door Lock and Key, Frigiliana

Door lock and key, Frigiliana, Spain



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41 thoughts on “Silent Sunday in Andalucía: Door Lock and Key, Frigiliana

  1. Hi. I like the colour, clarity and mystery of this image. Where does the door lead? Who is or has been on the other side?

      • Thanks for saying what I couldn’t at the time Marianne. 😆
        Sometimes I see photo’s that is really so beautiful that I can’t find the words to describe how I feel. I wanted to comment on the colour and the contrast between the door and key but I was just speechless. This is an excellent shot! 😀

        • I understand exactly what you mean, Sophia. Sometimes I look at a photograph and just know it is one of my favourites, but I don’t really know why.

          I love this one, too. If I am critical of it, I haven’t got my thirds right (and no doubt lots of other technical stuff, too), but hey …. it’s a keeper! 🙂

        • Glad to hear I am not the only one. Sometimes it’s difficult for me to translate my words – from Afrikaans to English and especially when I am having a crabby day. 🙂

          You don’t have to be critical at all. I don’t care much about thirds and that technical stuff. If I see an angle I like, I take the shot. It sure is a keeper! 😀

        • You’re very welcome hon and I am very glad to hear that. Now go and get snapping! I love seeing your beautiful photo’s. 😀 *hugs*

  2. Fantastic photo! So sharp. But more specifically, it’s the strange colour contrast, rust on peppermint green, that makes it a good one.

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