January 1, 2005
Both of these doors had oval windows in them. They connected the ballroom to the service area along the east wall and were most likely the service doors, off-limits to guests in the ballroom.
I had to force myself to view the photographs in order, but this thumbnail caught my eye from the first. I love the framing of the column and windows inside the oval as well as the oval within the whole frame. Very nice! I would hang this on my wall any time!
Aahhh! into the looking glass....from all perspectives.
it makes you really feel like your on teh outside looking in
You do know that there is a small untold history of this ballroom is where its supposed to be haunted. Blow up this picture abit. And you will see a reflection of a man in one of the windows of your shot.
I really like this shot! Its an incredible idea. There is just so much depth!
what a wonderful frame job. i am guessing that the ballroom is magnificent, but from this angle it you can just feel the energy. it is almost like part of a storie of someone wanting to go in but either can't or scared to. speaking of which, ever encounter a ghost in these places?
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