What Is Hidden Behind The Door?

What Is Hidden Behind The Door?

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73 responses to “What Is Hidden Behind The Door?”

  1. Secret gardens, magical creatures, knights on white horses, soaring castle towers, talking animals, fairies, mermaids and pirates, singing flowers, mad tea parties… ? Eden Phillpotts said, “The universe is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.” The gentleman doth speak correctly, methinks. 😉 Lovely photograph!


    • Thank you so much for your compliment, Hanna.

      Well, I’m working on that…
      …though where I live we don’t have too many galleries and most of them only take established artists…
      But if something works out I will probably post it here.



  2. I thought it was a beautiful door, so I took some time to admire it. The colors were painted or splashed, and the overlay of images independent of each other, but still organized. Loved it!

    Then came the question: “What is hidden behind the door?”

    I pressed the arrow to the left and it took me somewhere else. I pressed the arrow to the right and the door still did not open.

    Frustrated, I wondered what to do next.

    Then I thought: push. Yes, I must push!

    So I did. Surprise, it opened!

    There was darkness and I could see nothing behind the door. So I thought, you know I must let my light shine there, so that I can tell others what I see.

    Thank you my friend, for liking my post and leading me to yours.


    • Thank you very much for your words, Ken.
      You already invented a whole story and I it makes me happy that my picture could inspire you.

      I wish you all the best for the new year!



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