French Doors And Ghost In The Window

Marilyn Dunlap

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Jupiter, FL - United States

Thank you so much!!

Forest Grove, OR - United States

Very nicely done!

Jupiter, FL - United States

Thanks Marina

Rostov-on-Don - Russian Federation

Very nice and cozy shot!

Jupiter, FL - United States

Thank you all so much!!! I thought it was really strange myself.

Davis, CA - United States

Lovely image!

Cosmopolis, WA - United States

That's TRUELY Wonderful!

Cosmopolis, WA - United States

Don I could not agree more. This is ruly wonderful...voted.

Jupiter, FL - United States

Please do. I loved it just for the scenery.--But then again, I love France.

Baltimore, MD - United States

I shall take your advice!

Jupiter, FL - United States

Don, You have to see Chocolat!!! But you better have some Hershey bars handy, because it will make you really crave chocolate!!

Baltimore, MD - United States

PAINTINGS! PAINTINGS! I meant to say PAINTINGS, not photos. Mea culpa.

Baltimore, MD - United States

You'd think someone who'd been on Hershey's corporate staff for 10 years surely would have seen that film by now, but I haven't, but I will. :-) Btw, Marilyn, your photos look even better the second time around!

Jupiter, FL - United States

Hi Don, I couldn't agree with you more. I did check out your photos, and you too seem to appreciate years gone by. I get to go to europe every couple of years, and I am drawn to medieval villages. That pic was taken in the tiny village in France where they filmed the movie "Chocolat" What a thril!!

Baltimore, MD - United States

I cannot look at an old doorway such as this lovely veteran without wondering about the people who have walked through it across many generations, in sadness, or with joy, or excited, or perhaps to set forth on some grand adventure. Has a child, or a lover, or a dear friend used it and never returned? Thank you, Marilyn, for in a sense memorializing all of that with your elegant artistry. This is a wonderful photograph. (I have a few on my FAA site and they trigger the same emotions for me.)

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