It turns out that over the years I have amassed a sizable photo collection of doors, who knew! The doors are surprisingly very interesting and really reflect the countries in which I took them.
The post would be more aptly titled “anything you walk through”, considering the collection also includes lots of archways and gates. I cobbled this post together after I made the photo series Street Art from Around the World.
Hint – scroll over the photos to see which city and country in which they were taken.
A few favorites –
I love the photo of my friend Hali with her shock of blond hair in front of the dark wooden door in Scotland. I took this photo in Edinburgh just before we decided to summit the very wind-whipped and gorse-covered Arthur's Seat.
Another favorite is of the French family I nanny for exiting the Hostalet de Vives, a traditional Catalan restaurant on the French-Spanish border. We were all smiles after enjoying a delicious meal of meatballs and green olives in gravy.
Which one is your favorite?
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