Lens-Artists – Open Sesame – Close Sesame?

I have to take part in this week’s challenge… for the fun of it! If you use the “door” tag to search in this blog you’ll get quite a few past posts… here’s an extract from one of those posts. It says much so why do I have to rethink words?

But… I generalise. How would I know what goes on behind some of the doors? If there is no plaque there is no forewarning. Imagine… opening one grey, damp looking door to be met by a bevy of beauties welcoming the startled guest into the subtly lit reception hall of some well-to-do house of ill repute. Or could it be a gentleman’s club, clinging onto the last vestiges of a once dominant MCP world…

So… after saying all that… I’d better get the sensor’s black ink out! Or… why not block said door to prevent you seeing those unsightly sights? Here’s a photo I would love to share… spotted along a busy Dublin street some time ago. Yes, now we’ll have to wonder permanently what happened behind that door!

PS – Happy Monday – remember… if you don’t open the door when opportunity knocks… you can only blame yourself!

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6 Responses to Lens-Artists – Open Sesame – Close Sesame?

  1. taphian says:

    Great photo and proverb

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  2. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Oh wow, that door could tell a lot of stories!

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  3. perdebytjie says:

    Oulike foto…wonder wat is agter daardie deur?

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  4. Lee says:

    Great message – thank you for sharing 🙂

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  5. de Wets Wild says:

    Is die middestad van Dublin n vervalle deel?

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  6. Tina Schell says:

    I’m thinking that one may be closed permanently! Fun choice for the week

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