Lovely simple shot Ian very effective.
It was a originally a lattice created by an artist that was leaning against a wall. The multiple sources of overhead lighting created the interesting pattern of shadow. A red filter seemed appropriate.
A Red Light District lures and enslaves; A Lattice Door invites entry and entraps as it closes. Ambiguity in multiple layers.
like a magical labyrinth ...
All the very best to you dearest Ian.
The Magical Red Labyrinth
There is a secret way for red pomegranates.
The lattice allows, even invites us to see beyond the gate
Yet we may not freely enter, there is no cheap grace;
As red pomegranates flock to the light
So red pomegranates are enticed to enter,
but without the key the gate cannot be opened,
then only small red pomegranates can pass
through the opening - to a unknown world
of new possibilities and different realities,
when red is lost in red in returning to its source of light:
such is the transforming power of this magical labyrinth.
The Magical Red Labyrinth!
What if i have a key or
What if we have a key dear Ian ?
There is no lock, dear Fü!!
Look again, for when we see the unexpected, the door will swing wide and we may enter into the transforming power of the source of the Light. Some may never enter in for they are tantalised by the ambiguity of a gate through which one may see, and a gate that they assume keeps them out. But this gate allows you to see into the possibilities and to freely enter. This is grace and it offers hope that is real.
...and now, I slowly opened the door. Fü
...and you were flooded with peace -
peace all over
and peace inwardly
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Photo taken in Potts Point NSW 2011, Australia
Misplaced? Suggest new location