The house we live in was built somewhere around 1915 - and one of the things that we like about it is that it has retained a number of its original features.
One that gives me pleasure every time I see it is the lead-light glass in the front door. I've been meaning to take a picture of it for a while and motivation we high this weekend - so here it is.
One of the things I like about this type of glass is the way it changes colour depending on where the main light source is. This image is taken inside looking out - so the glass looks bright. But from outside it would look much more dull. On a winters evening - when the hall light is on, but its dark outside you get the opposite effect.
So, here is my front door!
You can find more shots at Macro Monday.
Enjoy the close ups.