Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Jaffa Doorway Arch

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Taken this afternoon in Old Jaffa (click to enlarge).

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17 comments:

Mojo said...

Niiice! It must be so great to have such a target rich environment right in your back yard. (Can you tell I'm jealous?)

Dimple said...

Beautiful, Robin.

Lew said...

Interesting iron fan in fornt of the arched window!

ewok1993 said...

I like that design very much. Thanks for focusing on that.

Mimi said...

Lovely arch, Robin. I love how the wrought iron is weather-worn in places, makes for interesting colours.
Another great capture.

Yaelian said...

Beautiful doorway;there are so many lovely things to photograph in Yaffa:-)

RivkA with a capital A said...

beautiful!!

I was just there for the first time in years!! (mentioned it in that really long post....)

Mar said...

Very artistic. Beautiful!!

My window view

Frida said...

It would be nice to have such rich variation of things to photograph nearby.

Heckety said...

Lo-ver-ly! There's an 'edge' to your photos, I don't know how to describe it, almost sparkle? which make many of them seem larger than life. I thought it was the sun in Israel perhaps, but since the photos of Dublin and Howth have it too, it must be your technique or pixel count or skill? It really makes your photos leap off the screen though, I think.

Daryl said...

Love it, I took one like that recently ... not as old but similar in design .. GMTA!

maryt/theteach said...

That's an exquisite shot, Robin! :)

EG Wow said...

The arch is stunning! The metal work is lovely.

Jientje said...

I love the "engraved" stone behind the top of the wrought iron arch. It looks like a rose?

Minnesota Mamaleh said...

love this robin! it tells a story *right there* in the materials and in the angle you chose. brilliant, really!

V said...

Ironwork is always such a good subject in photography. A nice composition in the placement or arrangement of visual elements.

Doors and windows work well too.

The Photo Huntress

catsynth said...

I like the shape of the arc and the textures of the metal and stone :)