Doors and windows are always interesting to "reflect upon". I collect them too, from time to time, and it is always a challenge whether to capture them as they are, with trash collecting about, or to garden them a bit, either in reality or in Photoshop, to capture them in more visually appealing situations. Whether the viewer wants/needs to see the trash is always a debateable subject, with folks on both sides of that chasm. I think I would have preferred these images in a more pristine environ, but maybe thats just my OCD speaking too.
The contrast of the rock wall and the cement block in the first image is an interesting juxtaposition, as are the glass plates which look older also.
The exhaust fan( or is it a speaker I'm not certain ) in the second image is kind of discordant, both in age and color, and location. And yet the orange repeats in the lower portion of the wondow also. This is probably not the buildings original purpose, I would suspect.
I don't find the stacked lumber in the third image helpful, and YET..., its presence supports the length of time the ivy has spent wandering across the window, too.
Subtle images that reward one for some time spent with them. Nicely rendered, Denise!
Interestingly, my reverse mirror image text still occurs from time to time, and as previously, I ONLY see it in the text boxes here on Cake. I think it has something to do with typing rapidly sometime, - it is infrequent now, but still happens once a day or so. I cannot create it volitionally.