When I was in Siena, Italy earlier this year, this door made me stop in my tracks. Something about the rosy colour coupled with the texture of the wood and brass, just caught my breath.
I was so happy when I got home and saw these photos in their full glory. My illness means constant body tremors, dizziness and messed-up eyesight. I regularly cannot tell whether what is on the LCD screen is any good or not – making taking photographs an excruciatingly slow process of guesswork. Trust me; I returned from that trip with A LOT of blurred photos.
But these beauties make my heart sing. These are the original unedited versions. Somehow, I managed to capture a little of the magic I saw that day; and I really wanted to share them just as they were.
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AUTHOR: I am might war. I have a love of music, the written word, travel, Anime, polar bears, people and “sticking and colouring”.