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Posted by
Calusarus (Valence, France) on 29 September 2011 in Architecture.

Lieu/Location : ROMANS-SUR-ISERE (26)

NIKON D70s 1/80 second F/8.0 ISO 200 25 mm

Veronique from Suisse/France, France

très belle trouvaille !

29 Sep 2011 5:18am

@Veronique: Merci.
La basse-ville de Romans est riche de cette architecture médiévale

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

How lovely this seems to be lurking in a corner waiting to surprise us all . . wonderful detail and special presence.

29 Sep 2011 5:24am

@Ronnie 2¢: Thank you

Luke from Spokane Washington, United States

I like the intricate design of the door!

29 Sep 2011 5:28am

@Luke: Thanks a lot

masoud from tehran, Iran

nice bw work , good job

29 Sep 2011 6:15am

@masoud: Thank you

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Lovely b&w shot.. nice framing.

29 Sep 2011 8:51am

@Sarito: Many thanks

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

le choix du N&B est judicieux ! Je te souhaite une agréable journée
JP

29 Sep 2011 9:12am

@jpla: Merci

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Magnificent textures and a timeless scene with this aged and ornate door!

29 Sep 2011 10:08am

@Stephen: Thank you

Lougris from Toulouse, France

une porte peu visible, coincée dans un coin de mur, mais qui à beaucoup de charme !

29 Sep 2011 10:31am

@Lougris: Beaucoup de charme, en effet

dr pankaj shukla from panaji, India

This is Indeed a time less image ... !

29 Sep 2011 11:21am

@dr pankaj shukla: Thank you very much

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A wonderful capture Fred! It is like stepping back in time! ;-)

29 Sep 2011 11:49am

@Eric Cousineau: Thank you Eric

tataray from france, France

Un petit coin charmant !... ))
Bien conservé. Superbe

29 Sep 2011 12:29pm

@tataray: Merci

STEED from D, France

Bien nettes,les traces...On va pouvoir reconstituer la vie et l'oeuvre des propriétaires....

29 Sep 2011 1:00pm

@STEED: Probablement

Elisa from Rosario, Argentina

L´effet noir et blanc... cool!

29 Sep 2011 1:41pm

@Elisa: :-)

Halcyon from Canada

Les details de cette porte sont superbs. Parfait en noir et blanc.

29 Sep 2011 1:52pm

@Halcyon: Merci

pascale from Brussels, Belgium

superbe N/B
les portes du paradis?

29 Sep 2011 2:06pm

@pascale: je n'ai pas pu entrer. Alors, tu as peut-être raison :-)

micha from Belgium

fée de velours
fée de l'amour

29 Sep 2011 2:08pm

@micha: :-)

Don - Slackwater from Spokane, United States

I like the dark door and the setting of this doorway. Fine shot.

29 Sep 2011 2:43pm

@Don - Slackwater: Thank you

Phil from Sausset les Pins, France

Très joliment ciselée cette porte , un joli N/B , PHil

29 Sep 2011 3:32pm

@Phil: Merci Phil

Jean-Luc T. from Juignac, France

C'est un document que tu nous présentes là. Quel travail il y avait pour réaliser de tels chefs d'oeuvres!

29 Sep 2011 3:34pm

@Jean-Luc T.: Viens faire un tour à Romans, et tu en verras d'autres

Tomix from landerneau, France

robuste et belle cette porte!

29 Sep 2011 3:37pm

@Tomix: En effet

Heinz from Hamm, Germany

ein sehr gutes SW.

29 Sep 2011 5:20pm

@Heinz: Danke

JPS from Le Havre, France

Hola chevaliers !!! assez rare ce genre de guérite ...

29 Sep 2011 5:22pm

@JPS: Il faut savoir les dénicher :-)

Sam from Chennai, India

Wonderful detail and nice capture. Great. :)

29 Sep 2011 6:20pm

@Sam: Thanks a lot

TheoF from Emden, Germany

a prestigious portal
a great work in b&w

29 Sep 2011 6:51pm

@TheoF: Thank you so much

Yvon from Belgium

Beau contraste entre la porte et les murs.
Bien capté.
Bonne fin de semaine.
Yvon.

29 Sep 2011 6:56pm

@Yvon: Merci Yvon

Kiki from Ambert, France

Comme un fantôme du passé traversant le murs des temps... quelle belle trouvaille !

29 Sep 2011 7:30pm

@Kiki: Merci

Loukas from Ilioupolis, Greece

Simple and beautiful

29 Sep 2011 7:41pm

@Loukas: Right

Dokmateo from Madrid, Spain

Beautiful conceptual shot...great presentation on a B&W tones. Two thumbs up.

29 Sep 2011 10:10pm

@Dokmateo: Thank you so much

Céline from New York City, United States

Jolies textures !

30 Sep 2011 4:39am

@Céline: Merci Céline

Twojays from United States

Really well framed to show it at it's most interesting. Such a rich artifact of the past. Stories just beam off it, of life and death, good and evil. I wouldn't mind seeing a cropped one of detail. Great shot. And I see tomorrow you pop into the 20th century with a classic Mustang roar.

30 Sep 2011 1:53pm

@Twojays: Thanks

NIKON D70s
1/80 second
F/8.0
ISO 200
25 mm

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