yellow door

By: Lesley

Jul 11 2011

Category: Dundas

13 Comments

Aperture:f/3.9
Focal Length:6.5mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/400 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The (hot, hot) sun was shining brightly on the yellow door of this green enshrouded house in Dundas.

Participating in Portes de Lundi and Mellow Yellow Monday

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13 comments on “yellow door”

  1. Beautiful shot for mellow yellow Monday!

  2. It does stands out among the green surroundings. But it’s beautiful.

    MYM

  3. Beautiful shot. Have a fabulous week!

    My entries:
    Liz @ MLC
    Liz @ MCN

  4. Beautiful yellow colour on the door! A well composed capture.

  5. it’s a lovely photo…i love the porch, the vines and brick, and the shape of the door.

  6. I would love a yellow door if my old house was of brick. The color combination is so pretty. You composed this shot beautifully…it is perfect. I bet the inside of #23 is as beautiful as the outside. It is nice to finally be back on my computer. My little 6 your old granddaughter has been here for what is called “Camp Baga.” All my grandchildren get to come for a week – individually – once they turn 6. There was NO internet time while she was here. She was so cute but very time demanding. I posted a little mosaic of her for Mosaic Monday so you all would know I was not kidding…LOL! Genie

  7. What a lovely house. Great lighting in this shot!

  8. What a pretty place – the yellow tone is beautiful!

  9. I used to live down the street from this house. Great shot!

  10. Hi Lesley! Your mellow Yellow Monday Door is fabulous! What a beautiful house!

  11. It’s very pretty now, but I bet in the winter time that yellow door is really great — a shot of sunshine when it’s needed.

  12. Just gorgeous!

    My Mellow Yellow is at at Nostalgic Marveling blog, hope you can drop by. Have a great week ahead!


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