June Series - A Hint of Colour (06) by kgolab

June Series - A Hint of Colour (06)

'Door Sixty-Four'

The area of Battery Point, Hobart, Tasmania was settled around 1818. So much architecture in this suburb remains from those early years, that it is easy to feel like you have stepped back in time.

As I gaze upon this door, I envisage a time long past, when ladies wore long, layered flowing dresses with matching hats and usually had a few kids in toe.

Stepping outside their home to wander the narrow streets of early Hobart. Dirt roads abound and horse and cart were the mode of transport, if one was not using their legs to walk.
Lovely shot and close to perfect symmetry.
June 6th, 2020  
Battery point is such a lovely area
June 6th, 2020  
Beautiful old door and house.
June 6th, 2020  
I so like Battery Point & all of it's history...Great capture.
June 6th, 2020  
these tones suit the image :)
June 6th, 2020  
Great shot depicting some of the historical gems around Hobart.
I like the hint of green in the foliage.
June 6th, 2020  
Black and white really brings out the detail of the building
June 6th, 2020  
Love the your information that goes with this photo.
June 6th, 2020  
I love this idea of a hint of color. It's so subtle I'd swear it was b&w but then looking at the flowers I see soft green
June 6th, 2020  
I like it!
June 6th, 2020  
Great architecture love the toning.
June 6th, 2020  
enjoying the subtlety of your hints of colour.
June 6th, 2020  
I have a sort of fascination of doors...if ever I like a picture it usually has a door on it somewhere! Nice big number...the postman can’t miss that!
June 6th, 2020  
Great capture.
June 6th, 2020  
Nice symmetry here!
June 6th, 2020  
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