The second in the Doors series . . .

Chur, Switzerland (6)
Chur, Switzerland
Ouray, CO
Ouray, Colorado, USA
Cassaniouze, France
Cassaniouze, France
Chur, Switzerland (3)
Chur, Switzerland
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Southwest USA
Laos Nong Khiaw Hike Lowland Lao Village (9)
Lowland Lao village near Nong Khiaw, Laos
Ludlow & Shropshire Hills (51)
Ludlow, England
Paris
Paris, France
Southwest US
Somewhere in New Mexico, USA
Varenna & Lake Como (31)
Varenna, Lake Como, Italy
Santa Fe, NM (2)
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

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26 thoughts

  1. The Paris France door with the ironwork is trippy. No pun intended.

    [You know there’s an ongoing blog challenge about doors, right? It’s on Thursdays and hosted by Dan Antion at No Facilities. You’d fit-in there ezpz. Might even steal the show!]

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  2. I like how each door offers insight into the historical architectural styles of the place; I especially see that in Laos’ and Santa Fe’s. I don’t often take photos of doors on my travels, but occasionally, one will grab my interest to capture it!

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  3. Doors – or gates to be more specific – make me think that I’m not allowed to cross untill someone else gives me permission.
    I feel uncomfortable when I see gates and fences.
    I know it seems stupid, but people are different.

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