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Copyright ©2015-2016 Deborah M. Zajac. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
This is a door from the 3rd tier of Fort Point in San Francisco, CA.  I’ve blogged about the fort before here.

The arches in this fort are really neat. I had fun trying to find compositions, and shoot while the light was good. There were quite a few people here the day our Scott Kelby Photowalk group was here, so I had to wait sometimes for a long time to get an image without people in it.
Fortunately, no one else was interested in this door when I started photographing it.

P52 2 of 52 The Blue Door

This image is also part of Norm 2.0’s Thursday’s Doors. To see all the other doors posted this week click here.

Nikon Df| Nikkor 24-70mm| Hoodman Digital Film| PS CC 2015

More to come…




  1. Lovely shot – I imagine the door is not original to the structure but at least it’s blue!

  2. I like the color.


  3. A wonderful composition. Just the right light, and all the elements lead the eye to the main subject. And yes, I love the color of the door too. Very nice Deborah 🙂

  4. I love the shapes in this picture. Really nicely balanced.

  5. Nice composition! Worth the wait 🙂

  6. I really like this a door to what? Love it

  7. Great doors Deborah. I’ve been to Fort Point (I think) but I’m a sucker for a blue door.

    • Thank you Dan! Me too. Since deciding to join in on the ThursdayDoors challenge and do it for my 2016 Project 52 I’ve been looking at every door, and think a series of each color door is in order. It is addicting!!

      • I Like Red doors, black doors and blue doors. Each time I see a blue one, I think it’s my favorite color, but I keep going back to red.

  8. This is neat. I like the textures of the stone floor and the brick set against the lovely blue door.

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