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Call for Entry - PORTALS

Call to Artists in New York

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PORTALS:

There was a popular and silly song in the 1950's, "Close the Doors, They're Coming in the Windows".  What about those doors and windows and arches and frames and tunnels?  There are so many ways to capture them:  looking at them, or through them.  We can poke our hand out the window to test the weather, or just see a wonderful scene a little differently when framed by an arch or array of tree limbs in a park.

For this call your images can focus on the "portal" itself like a closed door or a wonderful windowsill or the view through the portal to the other side. Does it frame the main subject of the photograph or does it add another dimension, such as the distortions of old glass or reflections in windowpanes.