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Doors of perception

By on February 26, 2019 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Chelan barn door by DeeDee Cleveland

By DeeDee Cleveland

As a longtime amateur photographer, I developed a passion for capturing images of doors while traveling through Washington and visiting British Columbia, California and Europe. 

I’m grateful to have travel companions who tolerantly wait as I make stops along the way to gather more photos for a book I will compile one day.

I’m especially attracted to red doors and old barns. This shed is at Rio Vista Winery off Hwy 97A northeast of Chelan. I like this scene because the mix of shapes and angles, materials and primary colors.

Long ago I read this line that still resonates with me: “Some say doors invite us in or shut others out.” 

As I see a unique door I wonder what is behind it and the stories the inhabitants could tell — and would I be invited in to take a peek inside? 

DeeDee and her husband live in the beautiful Chelan valley. Now retired, her passions include yoga, rock collecting, painting rocks and photographing doors.

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