I loved Maastricht Holland and I can’t wait to go back again! I fell in love with the door and its muted blue greys. I was also taken with the beautiful script and found upon closer inspection that it was names of the occupants. At first I thought it was just the one off, but in Maastricht this beautiful script announces to the world just who live here. I always erase the house number when I photograph doors. I just feel it’s a privacy thing. I thought about doing the same with the name, but then I said to myself, it’s on the street for all to see. I was being silly. So I erased the number and left the name on this lovely Dutch Door.
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