Everywhere, sheds like this, fashioned from stone quarried in the mountains and wood hewn in the local forest, are being replaced by modern utilitarian structures. Only a few remain in our 600-year-old village.
very lovely photo, and good close up detail.
8 Jan 2008 6:37am
@Phill: Thanks, Phill. Appreciate your comment.
There is something about old doors that fascinate me. You did a great job capturing this one - the colors are awesome and there is a lot of detail. The more you look, the more you see!
Well done Michael!
8 Jan 2008 6:50am
@Ina: Thank you, Ina. Old doors are fascinating, I agree.
What a beauty!!! It has everything..details, colours,patterns...Old wood and old stone are always full of effect!And some grass added for the picturesque! (must be the fodder in the shed!)Well seen, Michael!
8 Jan 2008 6:51am
@Japanalia: Thanks, Gabriela. Yes the shed is stuffed with fodder. I loved how it bulged out. Somehow it was very appropriate for Christmas.
A nice door of a nice shed. Beautiful capured with nice colors and good details. Well done
8 Jan 2008 7:23am
@Frankie: Thank you for your kind comment, Frankie.
Nice take! Nice colors and detail.
8 Jan 2008 7:26am
@badala: I appreciate your opinion. Many thanks.
I like these old structures and textures very much, time has colored and shaped them. Great shot!
8 Jan 2008 7:44am
@Illuci: Thank you, Illuci. You're right. Everything is there already. We just have to click the shutter.
Oh, what a pity they´re disappearing. They look really great.
8 Jan 2008 8:28am
@adalove: Thanks for your kind words, Adalove.
Excellent textures throughout this image, from the door to the stone and straw. This is a delight.
8 Jan 2008 9:29am
@Jeff: Thanks so much, Jeff, for your very kind comment.
Nice colors and detail,cheer !
8 Jan 2008 9:57am
@theys roland: I appreciate the comment. Thanks so much.
Very lovely. A nice rural scene.
8 Jan 2008 10:41am
@dee: Thanks, Dee. Happy you like it.
8 Jan 2008 10:46am
@Sun: Many thanks, Sun.
This is a beautiful shed and I am so happy you have shared this with us. It is a wonderful photo. I know that progress cannot be stopped, but at least we can preserve the old in photos.
8 Jan 2008 10:49am
@martie: You are so right, Martie. We can preserve the past in pictures. Thank you for your kind comment.
nice but I think the colors are too saturated
8 Jan 2008 10:53am
@eddy: Many thanks for your comment, Eddy.
ça sent bon la campagne , ça donne envie d'allez faire un tour des foins comme quand j'etais gamin
8 Jan 2008 12:00pm
@PANAMEPHOTOS: Merci pour la remarque, Paname. Je suis d'accord. ça sent bon la campagne.
Stupid, STupid, Stupid PEOPLE to get rid of such beauty. I love wood, I love old wooden doors, I love old windows, and old entrances...Thank you for capturing it before it goes away.
8 Jan 2008 12:05pm
@Lorraine: I agree totally, Lorraine. Your passion for such beauty is well-justified. Thanks so much.
NIce one Michael :) Here in my region you will find more old architecture :) but this is a great photo :)
8 Jan 2008 12:31pm
@Ondro: Thanks, Ondro. I love these old sheds and traditional old houses.
This has a nice weathered look. Well done!
8 Jan 2008 1:23pm
@Steven: Thanks, Steven. Appreciate the comment.
Nice detail, seems to be filled to the brim with hay... These old structures should be put under protectionso nobody can tear them down.
8 Jan 2008 1:35pm
@Wolfgang Prigge: Thanks, Wolfgang. You're right about the protection. Yeh, they stuff as much hay as possible in to last for the winter.
What more can I add? This is beautiful. :)
8 Jan 2008 1:55pm
@Carson: You're very kind. Many thanks.
nice old overcontrast door you have taken shot from!
and nice shot you took!
8 Jan 2008 2:02pm
@merdax: Many thanks, Merdax.
Lovely framing and colouring, nicely done Michael
8 Jan 2008 2:18pm
@DaveB: Thanks, Dave. Nice of you to comment.
Lovely texture and coloring. I really love images of old buildings and you have captured this one perfectly.
8 Jan 2008 2:22pm
@Brian: You are very kind. Many thanks, Brian.
this is way too cool
8 Jan 2008 2:33pm
@alla: Kind compliment. Thanks so much, Alla.
A village that old must hold incredible beauty.
I love the textures and colours.
8 Jan 2008 4:24pm
@Michael Rawluk: Thanks, Michael. Yes, the village certainly has its share of beauty especially in the mountainous surroundings.
Excellent job, cataloguing the remaining treasures of your town. 70 years old is pretty ancient around where I live....
8 Jan 2008 5:48pm
@Walt: Thanks, Walt. I plan to do the best I can but things get pulled down and rebuilt pretty quick.
nice colors and textures
8 Jan 2008 6:07pm
@yiannis krikis: Many thanks, Yiannis, for your kind comment.
Nice insulation! Cool looking doorway. Neat shot! :)
8 Jan 2008 6:31pm
@HorseRotorVator: Thanks. You're right about the insulation. Hay was even piled in the attics of houses to keep them warm.
Too bad they are disapearing! I love old structures and things because of the history behind, it makes me wonder...
8 Jan 2008 6:58pm
@Sandrine: Thanks, Sandrine. I guess they call it progress.
Maybe we all must fight with our cameras to protect little jewel like this, well done
8 Jan 2008 6:59pm
@Pedro: I agree that it is a fight worth taking up. Many thanks, Pedro. I guess many people don't see the beauty that we see.
J'ai toujours été fan des vieilles portes. Celle ci est magnifique, Bravo
8 Jan 2008 7:04pm
@Laurent: Merci beaucoup pour la remarque, Laurent. Les vieilles portes sont très intéressantes.
Beautyful capture. I like the texture and the colour tones
8 Jan 2008 8:56pm
@standley: Thanks for your kind comment, Standley.
A great image full of character!
8 Jan 2008 9:12pm
@scotfot: Thank you so much, Scot.
It's a great photo, and informative, too. Keep preserving history!
8 Jan 2008 9:50pm
@Ken McCoy: Many thanks, Ken.
Nice colours and it is a special picture too.
8 Jan 2008 9:56pm
@Porcsin: Thank you very much, Porcsin.
It is rustic old structures such as this that make wonderful images. Great find, wonderful capture and framing. Eventually it may become a memory but you have documented it in some way. Thank you for giving us this view and story.
9 Jan 2008 1:26am
@Barbara: I appreciate your kind opinion, Barbara. Many thanks.
i love old...
all heritage is worth preserving-big or small, its a part of our history.
9 Jan 2008 2:00pm
@Hinah: Thanks, Hinah. You voice a worthy sentiment.
Beautiful soft colors in the stones and door.
9 Jan 2008 8:31pm
@Anita: Thanks, Anita. Old things take on a lovely tone.
Love this old doors!
12 Jan 2008 10:54am
@Brites: Many thanks, Brites.
Fantastic! I love pictures like this.
19 Jan 2008 9:48pm
@Steve: Old doors are always fascinating. Many thanks, Steve.
love the texture and composition! well done!
5 Feb 2008 5:32pm
@Melissa: Many thanks, Melissa.
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