Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Project Black: Take One

We interrupt this rather lengthy travel documentary of Southern England (are you bored yet?) to bring you--- PROJECT BLACK.


Detail of a key hole at Hampton Palace, England, of course.




To see other Project Black photos, join us at Anna Carson Photography.

35 comments:

Anna said...

I LOVE THIS. BEAUTIFUL.

ellen b. said...

Very cool Willow!!

Carletta said...

Great shot!
Perfect for the project.

Paul Nichols said...

Excellent!!!

MaryAnn Ashley said...

I don't think my key will fit. Great shot!

Raven said...

Wonderful shot... great idea for black.

photowannabe said...

Nice one. I like the closeup and all the detail.

quilly said...

Wonderful and mellow, yet secretive! Just like black itself.

M.Kate said...

This must be a very old keyhole, but a nice shot anyway...so you're back on track with the "Project" ..cool :D

Alison Boon said...

Did you do the maze? Is the whole building open now? When we went several years ago one of the wings was being refurbished.
Are you planning on a trip to Hever castle, Anne Boleyn's family home, it's quite sweet.

Mar said...

What a great shot for the project!!

Melanie said...

I love black metalwork with wood! We even have some on the living room furniture.

Lovely shot- it's so easy to lose detail with black.

Dorothy said...

Oh, I like it! Black is a really interesting subject, isn't it!

Kim from Hiraeth said...

That would have also made a good "looking through" photo! Love it!

Mishelle Lane Photography said...

I agree, this is beautiful!

Christy said...

This is great -- I have a soft spot for macro shots, and anything European! I enjoyed glancing through some of your Southern England shots as well -- I lived in London for a while (which is where I met Anna), so they bring back memories.

maryt said...

Great shot, willow! :)

gaz said...

great shot. love the olde woode.
welcome to blighty!

Robert said...

I love how you got in close. It's a great image to share for Project Black.

Jeanne Damoff said...

I love old architectural details! Gorgeous!

Dianne said...

I want to go inside :)

wonderful, detailed shot

I scrolled through your London trip. Wow and Wow again!!

the rooftops were amazing and I want to go back to Harrods so badly.

Robin (the pensieve one) said...

Excellent! Gosh, I say it often, but the simple things made spectacular are among my favorite photographed images. VERY well done, and in fact, I think this would make a COOL poster!

lissa said...

great textures here

thanks for your visit

JC said...

Fabulous macro! This would be perfect on my door!

Janet said...

the old weathered wood looks like falling rain around the keyhole...beautiful!!!

Shelly said...

Fun capture. Oooo, London...my little green eyed monster is coming out, scrolled through a few of your travel posts, thanks for sharing your trip - I loved it.

Rebecca said...

Neat! I love the textures. :) This is going to be a fun project.

Amber Star said...

That is entrancing or something cool like that! Very beautiful indeed.

lynn said...

Excellent. I love this one!

Sara said...

A very beautiful, ornate and curvy black!

Bethany Hissong said...

I'll never get bored of your photos from England!!!! This is very cool though!

JunieRose2005 said...

Love it!!!


Junie

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

This is a great picture Willow and thoughtfully taken. Hmmm! it could tell a few tales too if only it could speak. Yes, fancy carrying that key around in your purse. Marion

Melli said...

Ah! Ya just wanna peek right IN there, don'tcha?!

Greyscale Territory said...

This is a precious artwork apart from being practical!