MM 4-22: Theme Doors

The lack of numbers for this one seems to show how it has snuck up on us all. Either that or people didn’t like the theme, I like to think it is the first one. It is a small number, but no less beautiful.

The next theme, maybe something more abstract this time, what do you think? How about, IN THE OPEN? As always, your interpretation.


This is my image. It is the door to the Cascade Brewery. We went through this door when we did the brewery tour in Tasmania. It is quite an amazing building and the tour was fantastic. You get free beer at the end of it, and not little samples, proper glasses of it.  We were given four tokens, though we just had one each and cashed in the final three for a can of their Mercury Cider, it was really good. I thought it might be fun to do a photo from there. This is an infrared image, though it is hard to tell, which is nice.

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  1. I’m hate that I missed this theme; but I wasn’t feeling well. I love the idea of doors and will be looking for the perfect one anyway. I’ll be thinking on “in the open” and do my best not to procrastinate so much. Great group of photos this time around.

  2. Great collection of shots by everyone! What a variety of looks too. I had a post drafted and then was traveling and never scheduled it. Oops.

  3. Hi Leanne. Doors are harder than they seem for many unless you shoot them often. Also, I saw at least one MM post that didn’t make it here so I think it got away from some as you say.

    In the open is a pretty broad theme with many ways to shoot that. I like that, now to figure it out as it is right at the start of the month and right before I am traveling.

    1. What do you mean Robert, did I miss someone? I do that from time to time, I try very hard not to.

      I thought it might be interesting to have something like that, it can be wonderful to see what people send. I have to work it out as well.

    2. Well, Disperser composed the e-mail, attached the file, and then waited for the thing to magically send itself.

      Would you believe it stubburnly refused to do so?

      I think it wanted me to hit “send,” like I have time for that stuff!

    3. So much for ‘smart’ electronics. It’s not like we don’t have way more important things to do than hit send. Such is life in the digital age.

    1. I’m putting a door on for next time. I’ll figure a way around ‘in the open part’, as I think what I have in mind is closed.

    2. Yeah, my trip to Tasmania got in the way of this one a bit.

      Why not see if you can make it work, I’m looking forward to seeing what you do. You have a month to work it out.

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