Lilly : Y'know, sometimes, a place just does not look secure.
Ronnie : That sort of thing can be deceptive to the untrained eye, Lilly.
Lilly : Yes, I see what you mean.
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I like this, specially the curious right door.
26 Sep 2013 5:20am
is like living at... Fort Knox
26 Sep 2013 6:39am
"That sort of thing can be deceptive to the untrained eye, Lilly."
Yeah, just like the new fingerprint security on the iPhone 5S Ronnie - hacked within two days!
26 Sep 2013 6:52am
@Curly: Y'know, I was thinking the same thing when making that print - 'am I making myself vulnerable ?' (Ronnie)
Perhaps there is a market for doors like that, I think Arlo should get on the case
26 Sep 2013 7:00am
What a clever find Ronnie, someone at that locksmith really knew a bit about marketing.
26 Sep 2013 7:20am
@kiwisa: I'm just wondering how they will cope with that 'art' if the next tenant is, say, a baker - actually, it might almost suit a baker's oven ! (Ronnie)
haha excellent door on the right !
26 Sep 2013 7:35am
@Veronique: Worked on me, that's for sure ! (R)
It only takes another artist to draw a key for this vault and they are in trouble!
26 Sep 2013 8:22am
@Stephen: ha ha . . yes, good thinking !
I think the locksmith's door is very funky, I'm not sure about the undertaker's on the left, and the abattoir on the right.
26 Sep 2013 9:12am
Big difference in doors! I prefer the rusty keys ..........
Love the fingerprint :-))
26 Sep 2013 9:42am
The key to this image is that the safe cracker has left his getaway vehicle nicely positioned on the railings. Arlo and gelignite would not surprise me one bit :0
26 Sep 2013 10:09am
@grouser: "Arlo and gelignite . . " oh, what a picture you paint ! (Ronnie)
Excellent. Those two doors are great--nice contrast. The locksmith door is so funny. :-) The old keys are perfectly placed. I've not figured out the fingerprint--unless it is evidence of who stole in.
26 Sep 2013 10:20am
I favour the old keys, they have such an attractive colour in "old age"! One can use many keys with different locks on the same door, from up - down...a thief might get bored with figuring all the locks...Point is....would the owner remember wich key works for what lock....well, this is the question!!!!
26 Sep 2013 10:39am
@Japanalia: Agree with you - we can succeed in outwitting ourselves with some of these clever moves ! (Ronnie)
Perfect image and excellent dialogue ... as always ... you are a great artist and very literary! A hug dear Ronny and dear Lilly!
26 Sep 2013 11:07am
Locksmith door credibility.
26 Sep 2013 11:38am
High contrast the old door and a new door, a fine old keys!
Happy Thursday,for both of you, my friend!
26 Sep 2013 11:44am
It is so easy to get through the windows, the picture on the left must be more difficult to open! I love the old keys in the middle! Excellent composition!
26 Sep 2013 12:18pm
Old door, new door, old keys.....and a bike.
A magnificent completely, well done Ron.
Was the bike lock ........!!
26 Sep 2013 1:26pm
@Willem: Yes, the bike was locked ! (Ronnie)
Living proof that perception is often the reality Ronnie! ;-)
26 Sep 2013 1:37pm
@Eric Cousineau: How true that is, Eric ! (Ronnie)
Very deceptive indeed! Lilly's flimsy looking door is all but invisible except for that camera. Ronnie's painted door screams rob me to all the cartoon characters in the neighborhood. Maybe, they should both have big, snarling dogs painted on them.
26 Sep 2013 1:47pm
26 Sep 2013 2:13pm
That locksmith doorway looks well done and is very eye-catching.
26 Sep 2013 2:43pm
@Don: Yes, an impressive piece of work, I thought. (Ronnie)
Great create, Hope those key will work for security...:-) nice composition !
26 Sep 2013 2:45pm
26 Sep 2013 2:49pm
appearances can certainly deceive ... who knows? perhaps there's a double steel door behind the one on the left ... ?!?
26 Sep 2013 2:55pm
@franz: Now, there's a thought !
Why am I hearing the strains of Ray Charle's singing "Unchain my Heart!" ?....Has nothing to do with this scene perhaps - yet, it's the FIRST thing that came into my mind:-)
@Denny Jump Photo: "The authors of this work accept no responsibility for unrelated effects suffered while viewing the presentation".
Une porte coffre-fort, excellent trompe l'oeil, tout compte fait les clés sont la meilleure sécurité!!! Bonne journée.
26 Sep 2013 3:03pm
Good secure keys… it's also a good idea!
The armor-plated door… too indicator!
26 Sep 2013 3:17pm
@Mamyni: Yes, reads like a challenge that vault door ! (Ronnie)
How odd that those keys look just like the ones to my house...
The locksmith's doorway is certainly eye-catching. Certainly gives the feeling of security. The fingerprint my be an issue, Ronnie, hope Arlo does not use it to access any hot materials. The fire department will be after you, again.
26 Sep 2013 4:40pm
@Ruthiebear: Fortunately, the FD are on strike today (true) !! (Ronnie)
What a find. Fantastic advertising door (the one at the right).
26 Sep 2013 4:47pm
The rusted keys and the safe are the best elements here which make the photo (IMHO) I really like the 3D appearance given by the keys and the fingerprints (this last addition is a refined touch).
26 Sep 2013 5:44pm
@Longroute: "refined touch" - smiles . .
Excellent and clever juxtaposition, Ronnie. What you could not find... ;-) Besides participation in dialogue with Lilly, in this case is to highlight your work on this post. The detail and textures on those rusty keys and composition of all elements in the post is wonderful. And both images are impressive, different, but both impressive in its own style.
26 Sep 2013 5:59pm
@Josep: Thank you, Josep - we often need to remind ourselves here that this is a photoblog and not a cartoon strip ! ( from Lilly and Ronnie )
I adore these magnificent rusty keys which "open" really well your very creative composition:)
26 Sep 2013 7:23pm
ahaha nice and funny, i cannot choose what door i"d prefer , they are each other too too much
26 Sep 2013 7:34pm
@véronique cherpantier: They kinda feed off each other, I think ! (R)
26 Sep 2013 8:19pm
"Cartoon strip" ... ha, ha ... my first peek at the thumbnail had me thinking the door on the left was for an outhouse! ;D
26 Sep 2013 8:28pm
Living inside Fort Knox must be a weird experience !
26 Sep 2013 8:47pm
I really love that old door, cracking colour and detail
26 Sep 2013 9:10pm
I keep looking at the door on the left and wondering how it is opened. There is no keyhole. Just a 0 on the door. Maybe a code or something. The door on the right wouldn't be a problem....just break a window!
26 Sep 2013 9:32pm
@Elaine Hancock: You seem well-informed in these matters, Elaine - I feel uneasy leaving my keys under the flowerpot, now. (Ronnie)
very good picture, and what an amazing subject on the right!
26 Sep 2013 10:04pm
A great composition !! The details are excellent !!
27 Sep 2013 1:28am
I like the foray into three-D with the hanging keys and the thumbprint that covers the photo and the backboard.
27 Sep 2013 1:43am
The doorway is a great advert for their business.
27 Sep 2013 3:45am
@Michael Rawluk: . . I take it you mean the right-hand one ?! (Ronnie)
hahahaha, in this day and age a cracked wooden door such as that really wouldn't hold. It's been so long since i saw a key that looked like that, thanks for the reminder :-)))
27 Sep 2013 4:14am
Excellent, mais je préfère porte Lilly, elle a plus de charme. A droite peut être plus de sécurité, mais il ya un problème, vous permet de rester ou tout simplement dormir dehors.
Avoir un bon week-end.
27 Sep 2013 7:59am
@gerard1948: Sourires - Avoir un agréable week-end, G. (L&R)
The olde and the new. Very interesting frontage.
27 Sep 2013 8:23am
27 Sep 2013 8:28am
So funny !! The Lilly door is charming ......yours is so .......amazing Ronnie !
27 Sep 2013 10:00am
Running over my allotment of one comment per post, here, I do apologize - but Franz really inspired me...Yes, perhaps, behind this large "safe" door, lies, yet an entire series of doors that open and close in a variety of ways...much like the intro to the old US TV show "Get Smart" starring Don I-Forget-His-Last-Name" in which, sometimes the funniest part of the show was that opening scene every week :-)
27 Sep 2013 11:43am
All you need is a some paint stripper!
27 Sep 2013 12:39pm
@Jules: In this case, that might be termed 'being quipped for erasing and entering' !! (Ronnie)
Cette vielle porte ces clefs rouillée et le coffre neuf mervielleux.
27 Sep 2013 2:14pm
@Nicou: Merci - bon week-end (L&R)!
Now I know what unsecurity means. :)
27 Sep 2013 6:34pm
Ronnie doorman you going to do? Interesting .. ;)
27 Sep 2013 9:16pm
@Frankiess: Well, in the neighborhood I was in for my shot, there were already some tough doormen, I assure you ! (Ronnie)
smiths thinks big??
but you two makes the different, ronnie and lilly! :-))
Excellent ! Bonne journée
28 Sep 2013 6:50am
@jpla: Thank you - have a good weekend ! (L&R)
so beautiful frames!
I love these old keys!
28 Sep 2013 9:52am
Très original, bien trouvé et bien vu.... Bravo
28 Sep 2013 10:03am
28 Sep 2013 6:40pm
@Irene: Thank you, Irene - Old Bay on the Sunday roast ? (Ronnie)
Superb composition .
28 Sep 2013 6:48pm
@Mhelene: Thank you - enjoy the weekend. (L&R)
Have a nice sunday!
You have the key ')
28 Sep 2013 8:39pm
@Aly: They do look like old church keys, huh ?! Happy Sunday to you, too. (Ronnie)
I love the old door. :)
29 Sep 2013 9:01am
With a CC TV on the left and a Guillotine on the right...who dare steal the keys!!!
29 Sep 2013 1:20pm
The two types of doors contrast each other well, and the rusty keys are a nice touch!
29 Sep 2013 3:25pm
29 Sep 2013 4:09pm
I don't know if that will work, I painted a giant picture of a Tyrannosaurus Rex over my front door and wall and still got burgled...
29 Sep 2013 5:55pm
@Daryl Johnson: Hear tell Jurassic Park can be a bit like that, Daryl . . even after the name change. (Ronnie Rex)
The secret is findng the key.
29 Sep 2013 8:02pm
Your stuff is so good 5*
29 Sep 2013 11:37pm
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