I love doors. I love the idea of a barrier to the world and an entrance to an inner world. This door caught my eye whilst on a trip to Lithuania. What impressed me is how far set in the inner door was and the strong wood shutters. An eco-friendly way to keep the cold winds out and the warmth inside! I hope to post more of my doors to the world!
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I have a thing for doors, too, though I probably shouldn’t admit that publicly. 😉 But seriously, when we go on vacation, I no longer take too many pictures, but you can always find an image of a door or two. They may not be award-winning shots, but they always spark my memory of a fun time.
It’s fun! Admit it! You know you want to! I just don’t like getting caught when I sneak over a fence to get a good shot. Too hard to explain…I just wanted a shot of your front door! 😉
Once, in Malta, I took a picture of a magnificent red door. This woman kept asking me if I wanted her to take a photo with me in front of it, but I kept politely refusing, saying I just wanted the door itself. I think she thought I was a bit nuts. I suppose I should have just relented, but the kind woman was impinging on my special door experience. 🙂
Carrie, I had to laugh. I could just picture the woman’s indignity at your intrusion! I’ve been there a few times.
Shame they don’t get it! 😉
But it wasn’t even her door! 🙂