Thursday, November 06, 2008

doors of perception


“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception” ~ Aldous Huxley

i dont know what is it about doors that i love, especially old intricate doors. they always make my mind wander off and let my imagination run wild... anyways i found this door in an old somewhat abandoned mosoleum inside the La Loma Cemetery, if you click on the photo you would notice that the chains locking the door are already covered with rusts.

also, i would like to congratulate President elect Barack Obama - the 44th and the first black President of US, wishing him all the best and hoping that he can keep his promise, indeed change has come!

6 comments:

Hilda said...

I'm with you on the old, intricate doors (and windows). Pero kawawa naman ito — ibig sabihin matagal na siyang hindi nabisita.

travelphilippines said...

creeeeepy....but nice

Abraham Lincoln said...

I am glad to see this blog. The other day when I went to your blog it was all commericals. It was something I never saw before. I like this much better.

Art L said...

Looks like a part of a set in a 'Dracula' movie.
Reminds me of the movie 'Horror of Dracula'.
That movie was showing continuously for more than a year in one movie theater along Avenida street. Oh,those were the day's.

Snow said...

yeah i agree with travelphilippines, you captured the door in a creepy-like way. it seems it has something to tell.

but i love it! very mysterious...

betchai said...

hello, i did not know you have a photoblog, wow! i enjoy looking at your pics, the cemetery seem to be practical, and the old door picture above seem to have some power drawing you. i actually like the old, intricate designs. the rusts and the molds (in the footsteps) seem to add more eeriness to the picture.

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