You see the world in an interesting way. Sometimes the same kind of thing happens to me.
Could it have to do with childhoods in the countryside, needing to learn to be able to look beyond the obvious and at the small things because the big ones simply were not there? I recently saw the work of an artist who deconstructs everyday things, like a fir-bow disassembled, every single needle lined up orderly next to the middle section. I remember entertaining myself with similar things, emptying out a box of matches and play with it.
This would have stopped me too.It looks like a watercolor painting.You must frame this one.As I said on FB it's a Mary Poppins print.
Really loved your comment about Mary Poppins, Sue!Just imagine, she slipped in the back door here. ;-)
Yes it is a very eyecathing composition. Nice shot.
Thank you! :-)
It is not everyday (at least not here in Southern California) that one sees an umbrella hanging from a door. It's very intriguing. I love that you stopped and captured it.
Thank you! :-)
From the thumbnail it looked like the umbrella and backdrop was part of a painting! Very intriguing capture:)
Colors, composition, light, and the many connections an umbrella might find in our memory bank. Merisi, this picture brings all this together.Please do not ever venture out without your camera, even if you might forget to take along an umbrella. xo
The look of the door itself fascinates me! Beautiful shot!
Funny the things that catch your eye. Very creative shot!
Love the humour, and creativity.
i agree ... there's something about it and i love how you captured it
Only you could take a photo of an umbrella, and make it interesting! It almost looks like it is hanging against a painting.
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