Monday, May 16, 2011

Texture Tuesday for May 17th

DCF 1.0

The theme for this Tuesday is vintage – the picture was taken in Jerome, Arizona, a former ghost town that still has a few ghosts. If the door opened it would go under the highway now, but a grand building once stood here. I used the textures “Believe” multiply 80% and “Pour vous” multiply 60% over the central portion of the image – so there’s a little bit of handwriting on this old wall.

Happy Tuesday!

16 comments:

maureen said...

Isn't that a gorgeous old door? lovely texture work.

A Box of Chocolates said...

i love old doors, windows and window boxes so this strikes a chord with me immediately,don't ya just wonder who has been through that door over the years I do??!!!

Miriam said...

This is fabulous, I love it! and thank you for your recipe.

Nadege, said...

Looks like a lot of work was put into this grand old building, fantastic image.

Mirage said...

Lovely work° I will try the Believe texture next!

KathrynAntyr said...

Love it!

Dyche Designs said...

Love this, great pic.

Stampmouse said...

you did good great shot

Linda Makiej said...

Wonderful vintage feel....

i.ikeda said...

Love this! There's something special about looking at the ghosts of the past in the form of architectural structures (no matter how small) that still stand. This is wonderful.

debsea said...

love the colours, great texture!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Beautiful...what amazing textures, you can almost feel the roughness of the stone.

fotogran said...

Would love to see this place, sounds interesting - nice work!

Sea Witch said...

One of my favorite towns in Arizona...love Jerome. Beautiful landscapes, old buildings and an thick energy abounds. Great Photo. Sea witch

yvette said...

A great photo and texture use! I love old doors and gates...entrances to the imagination!

A Rosy Note said...

Ohhh how interesting. Great photo :)