Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Doors of imagination

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V is for valise
as seen today, much to my surprise, in a lovely residential street of Rechavia in Jerusalem.
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More V words aVailable over at ABC Wednesday.

21 comments:

RuneE said...

Not suitable for the lady with the unicorn perhaps - maybe somebody just "lost" it"?

Babooshka said...

A little slice of solitude in a very occupied world.

Dina said...

Rune, good one! LOL !

Leora said...

A lovely set of doors. I didn't even see the valise at first. Rehavia is a pretty neighborhood.

Grace and Bradley said...

The painting on the doors are very nice indeed. Why was the suitcase there? I have to look hard before I saw it..

Vagabonde said...

It looks like the sleeping Madonna is ready to take a trip? this is a fun picture and unusual.

Cloudia said...

A magical spot! Good capture, Dina.
aloha

Mediterranean kiwi said...

these doors are so dreamy!

Pietro said...

It has been not easy for me to see the valise there...!
Very good picture, Dina.

RuneE said...

You're Welcome, I'm :-) sure

Abu Dhabi/UAE Daily Photo said...

Lovely capture, Dina! My mother has been enjoying your blog immensely!

Kay said...

This really is a fun photo. I love how certain parts have strategically placed hair and flowers..

Dina ... UK said...

Hi Dina,
I think she has lost the key to her suit case...:-/
Makes a change from fig leaf...

Nazzareno said...

they will not be the true doors of the paradise.. but to dream not coast nothing...

jay said...

That is a very strange place to find a suitcase! LOL!

FA said...

Great picture...and very creative for "V" Wednesday. You have a sharp eye. I had to go back and look at the picture after I had read some of the comments.

Thanks for telling me about the Yad Ben-Zvi lectures and your study day. I am encouraged by this for Jews and Catholics (all Christians, for that matter) are spiritually bonded; we share the same heritage and history!

Hilda said...

That must have been such a lovely surprise.

Leslie: said...

Great shot...I had to enlarge it to see the valise. What an odd place to leave it. Gorgeous wall art!!! :D

Tumblewords: said...

Gorgeous doors...strange about the valise...

Karyn said...

good eye! I did not see the valise at first. Looks like a beautiful neighborhood.

Q said...

I am wondering what is inside the doors. Given a wee bit more time and the ivy will take the valise.
Very nice V.
Sherry