Paimpont 2018: Day 89 - Latch

So following on from yesterday's image... more door furniture. This is the top-half of the stable door that closed the main entrance to our house in the 19C - it's still largely intact well over 100 years later despite spending over half of that time leaning against a wall in the garden.

I preferred this image in B&W... and on black!
Lee
Gritty texture and fine detail. I guess it's upside down!
posted April 23rd, 2018  
@gamelee It is indeed upside down but, strangely, I didn't like it so much the other way round.
posted April 23rd, 2018  
A B & W photo is a great choice
posted April 23rd, 2018  
Nice textures.
posted April 23rd, 2018  
I spy with my little eye.
posted April 24th, 2018  
Absolutely stunning. All that texture is amazing. FAV
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great pic
posted April 24th, 2018  
The work with textures here is perfect. Makes for a good composition.
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great latch shape, texture
posted April 24th, 2018  
Very nice shot
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great textures
posted April 24th, 2018  
How special to still have this link to the past.
posted April 24th, 2018  
I can feel the roughness of the weathered timber. Just splendid...RJS on top form!
posted April 24th, 2018  
great image...especially with the story
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great detail and textures. Fav!
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great textures and interesting history. Manufactured to last!
posted April 24th, 2018  
Nice textures.
posted April 24th, 2018  
Great textures, a super monochrome shot. Fav!! 😀
posted April 24th, 2018  
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