I'm with you. I find these most interesting. Looks like this one has had several coats of different colored paint. Nice find; nice shot.Hope you enjoy your weekend.
I wonder why there are so many abandoned places in Dixon?
And a double door to boot!
I'd make a what do you call it? Headbord for the bed?
Yup, old doors or for that matter old wood in general are awesome!
That is a great door!!! good pic!
Nice! Seems to be made with whatever scrap wood was laying about.
It's like an abstract piece of art Randy, nice find.
you and kathy need to team up and publish a coffee table book w/ doors and windows.
Very nice but watch out for splinters.
yes, cool indeed
I like this one a lot!
So many shades of color here!
What a fantastic find!
Oh, that's gorgeous. I would have photographed that too!
Another superb image, Randy. They must be every which way you turn!My photo with the orange VW van was taken in July, 2008, thus the shorts. Not many folks still in shorts in PDX this time of year--just the occasional young Blazer fan at the Rose Garden Arena, ha, ha.
Yes I'm with you on the door thing. They can be a mysterious portal
Dixon seems to be a colorful place and this door looks like it's seen several different colors over the years.
Cool shot! So many nice textures and tones.
Hola, Randy!!!...ya sabes que me gustan tus fotografías porque son espontáneas y llenas de frescura!!!Un gran abrazo y gracias!!! ;)
I love rustic old doors and fences. The more beat up, the better. Such nice texture!
Certainly an old rustic piece! Its been refreshed a few times but mother nature has the gift of time...Hope your doing well Randy. : )
I agree with you, Randy. Great texture, color, wear, composition.
This is a fantastic door! I love old doors as well, plus old barns, fences, stairs, windows...What is it called we are? Photographers...
Love the different colourful layers. A great find.
Love the color and the rustic look. :)
Love those colors and textures too - and how you captured it!
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