Thursday, November 21, 2013

Symmetrical



I decided that I would post doors as a new theme and drove down Summit Avenue to see what I could find.  I immediately noticed how the facades of some houses were very symmetrical in style. So I might as well extend this post as an "S" as I did on the last two days.

The weather is so gray and dreary that it is difficult to get motivated for any kind of photo shoot.

Linking to ABC WEDNESDAY

24 comments:

  1. Those are very stylish houses with impressive entrees.

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  2. Kate, it seems to me if the weather is gray, you have found some lovely color...I'm enjoying seeing these stately doors & houses, thank you...

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  3. Two beautiful houses. I know what you mean about the weather. My first three days in London were so dreary that it slowed down my photography. I was surprised when I downloaded the photos that some of those shots taken on the dreary days were not bad.

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  4. did you know there's a big new lavish coffee table book out about the houses of Summit Avenue? And where's your reading journal---is it online? I'm curious about your reaction to THE DEATH OF SANTINI.

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  5. Well, you wouldn't know that the weather was gray and dreary from looking at those two lovely facades!

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  6. Love the symmetry! I know how you feel about the weather. I haven't seen a blue sky in ages.

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  7. The only thing that appears to be not symmetrical is the doorbell button.

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  8. i love doorways on houses. I photography them often

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  9. Wonderful homes that look well maintained. Love this sort of thing.

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  10. These are great. In response to your post on my blog, I would but I am pretty happy with the property that I have in Abiquiu and wouldn't trade that for anything.

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  11. really nice places!

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  12. Nice curb appeal. You have these cropped so well that we don't even notice the dreary weather.

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  13. They are beautiful houses!

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  14. Great idea for S. They are symmetrical and attractive. Carver, ABC Wed. Team

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  15. Great porches I must admit.

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  16. Lovely shots. Grey skies can dampen creativity and enthusiasm. I find winter photography a challenge...

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  17. An interesting theme you have chosen. I wonder if the doors will give us an insight to the occupants that live behind the entrances?

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  18. I love those big, intimidating doors! Great shots.

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  19. Beautiful doors, houses, and symmetry!

    Leslie
    abcw team

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  20. You have chosen a beautiful theme. As you said the photos also represents your theme.

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  21. Love porches....and pretty old houses.
    By the way...your gray, cloudy, clod weather blew into north Texas wit a vengeance last night.

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  22. Indeed! I have fond memories of Summit Avenue as my uncles family lived out there when I was a boy. The tunnel going up to Selby, I think it was, always fascinated. Enjoyed your post about Pat Conroy and the Citadel. As a sometime basketball coach the place seemed way over the top.....;)

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