Sunday, February 9, 2014

Intriquing Entrances

Courtyard Door, 
Glencairn, Bryn Athyn, PA

An entry can say so much about what lies beyond. 
It can make your imagination soar 
wondering what you might find 
once you walk within. 


Academia
Door to the Indoor Balcony
Glencairn, Bryn Athyn, PA 

I love things that spark my imagination. 
And today, my imagination was sparked. 


Pitcairn Welcome 
The Front Door, Glencairn, Bryn Athyn, PA 

I visited a [now] museum, called Glencairn, 
but once it was a HOME!
Yep, this place was someone's home. 
I can't even imagine.
Well, I do imagine,
but you know what I mean. 


The Secret Passageway
Glencairn, Bryn Athyn, PA 

And what lies behind these doors is truly amazing! 
I'll be sharing more images shortly, but if you just can't wait to peek, 
click on any image to take you to my Glencairn Gallery.

Image links: Click on the photo, then the arrow below it, 
then get a link, then embeddable links, copy the code.


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10 comments:

  1. This looks fascinating. It looks like a place a book could be based upon!

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  2. Hello Rebecca
    Those copper doors are amazing - more like a fortress than a home though.
    Thank you for visiting my blog.
    I've just had a look around your blog and discovered your wonderful photography.
    Shane

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  3. Look like an amazing place to visit.

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  4. I love doors and hardware and detail. Awesome! That Academia one is amazing, and perfect processing!

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  5. Yes, I love doors for all the reasons you listed. Great captures and thanks for visiting my blog!

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  6. that first door made me want to open it to see what is in there... this is a place i would love to visit...

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  7. I wish that top photo had been taken by me! I like it a lot!

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  8. Just imagine visiting that place with an imaginative child! What fun could be had. Your photos, as always, are wonderful.

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  9. Rebecca so sorry I missed your post. Some great shots of course. Love the one of the residential entrance.

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