Lock, Knob, Door

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8 Responses to Lock, Knob, Door

  1. yprior1 says:

    Lock, know, door – and maybe add “layers of wonderful paint”
    very interesting shot

  2. Trifocal says:

    Didn’t think to add the paint, but you are right 🙂

  3. Maria F. says:

    “Do I see light
    behind the door that’s half open.
    What’s out there
    That this mind of mine has not spoken?

    Yet wondered,
    if leaving would grant me passage
    to sunny meadows
    while still carrying baggage…”

    • Trifocal says:

      So pleased you like the picture. Actually I did wonder about using a different title; maybe ‘The Way Through’ or something like that. That might have picked up something similar to what you saw in the picture.

      • Maria F. says:

        That’s interesting, that you also thought of another title. The way you left it though makes it more surreal however, because it names the subjects as they are, and leaves the viewer perhaps wondering about the everyday things we can take for granted. I hope you don’t mind me leaving you some verses.

  4. Trifocal says:

    No, no objection to verse- all comments very welcome 🙂

  5. kirizar says:

    I’m put in mind of the old sanitariums: white floors, white walls and no place to find solace from stark reality. But then, winter craziness is setting in and might be influencing how I see this.

  6. Trifocal says:

    Mrs T would completely agree with you. We recently had this room redecorated and the brown patterned wallpaper has gone to be replaced by this end-of-2001-film appearance. She too thinks it now looks like a sanatorium. Personally I find it very restful and rather Mediterranean 🙂

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