Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Key

Some different types of keys for your perusal.

Antique keys in the library of the former San Franciscan convent in Guadalupe, Mexico. Antique keys in the library of the former San Franciscan convent in Guadalupe, MexicoLocking up a church in Laguardia, Spain with the ‘Big Key’.
Locking Up a Church in Spain with The Big KeyPart way along the road to Rouen we spotted a church with an unusual steeple. When we stopped to take a photo of it a man came running up and asked us if we’d like to see inside. He opened up the door to the old church with an ancient-looking key.The Caretaker opens up the door to the old church on the way to Rouen in France‘We cut keys’ sign in Hong Kong.We cut keys sign in Hong KongA Rodin sculpture of a man holding keys at the Portland Art Museum, Oregon. A Rodin sculpture of a man holding keys (at the Portland Art Museum, Oregon)Cross Keys Inn pub sign in Gloucester, England.Cross Keys Pub sign in Gloucester, EnglandAnd a few other keys: Piano keys in black and white in the Aalborg Art Museum in Denmark.Piano keys in black and white in the Aalborg Art Museum in DenmarkTelegraph keys in a display of historic postal artifacts in the Palacio Postal in Mexico City. Telegraph keys in a display of historic postal artifacts in the Palacio Postal in Mexico CityMore of Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Key.

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