For reasons unknown, other than “I like it”, I tend to photograph unique doors, windows, and various items associated such as locks, keys, and knobs. The older they are, the better. All along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia and North Carolina, there are many remnants from our past. This arched massive wooden door, surrounded by large stone masonry is part of a visitor’s center along  a stretch of the parkway in North Carolina. Luckily for me, I live with an easy days drive along a large portion of the parkway in both NC and Virginia, except during the winter months (ESPECIALLY this winter) when many miles are closed to traffic. But, I go there all the time when I can, so my image library from there is quite large, and expanding every chance I get. (Nikon D300, ISO 640, 55mm, f4.8, 1/100 sec.) Developed in Adobe Lightroom 3 (Beta).

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