Beautiful Beasties – Project 52 – Doorways (32/52)

Beautiful Beasties is an international network of professional pet photographers, of which I am very privileged to be a part of. Within the network a group was formed for photographers who wanted to participate in a project, a 52 week project. Each week a theme is chosen and posted, then we all go out and take a photograph or series of photographs to fit the theme, then we all post onto our own websites and form a ring by linking all the websites. That means you can look at my images and then follow the links all over the world to see what other pet photographers are capturing.


 The theme for week 32 is – Doorways – we were tasked with finding unusual or unique doors to use as a backdrop for our pets.
Locally we have two very old churches, just right for unique doors I figured, when the Kelpie girls and I arrived at the first church, there was a service going on, ummm, better not use that one right now:)So we headed around to the second church, no one in sight, the gate was unlocked, looks great….
Pawprint Images - P52 - Doorways
This St Paul’s Anglican church at Kincumber, which was built in 1847.
I was quite surprised to see that this church has a glass door, it is awesome because you can see straight through to the beautiful stained glass windows at the other end of the church!
Pawprint Images - P52 - Doorways
See how ‘Angelic’ Skarla can look:)
Now as always this is a blog ring so follow all the links to see what kind of Doorways the other photographers have found, starting with Charleston Pet Photographer, Dana Cubbage.
I hope you are enjoying my 52 week project as much as I am:)
S.
Denise - August 10, 2012 - 10:17 pm

I have not seen the glass door!! Great images Sharon.

Kelly Ladouceur - August 11, 2012 - 2:17 am

That is a breathtaking doorway! Thanks for sharing is Sharon!

Stephanie Madeline - August 11, 2012 - 7:59 am

It looks like a castle. Very cool!

[...] to see what doorways the other photographers in the group discovered?  Next up is Central Coast Pet Photographer, Sharon Stokes.  We have a small group this week, but I’m sure you’ll still see some amazing [...]

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