The Most Beautiful Doors From Around The World

Originally posted on Chateau do Vinnie:

The Door To Nowhere - Santorini, Greece
The Door to Nowhere – Santorini, Greece

#1 Copenhagen

Copenhagen

#2 Porto, Portugal

Porto, Portugal

#3 Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

#4 Funchal, Meidera, Portugal

Funchal, Meidera, Portugal

#5 Sesimbra, Portugal

Sesimbra, Portugal

#6 Porta Da Artista: Patrícia Sumares – Funchal – Madeira Ii

Porta Da Artista: Patrícia Sumares - Funchal - Madeira Ii

#7 Doorway In City Palace, Jaipur, India

Doorway In City Palace, Jaipur, India

#8 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

#9 Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

Funchal, Madeira, Portugal

#10 Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

#11 Funchal, Meidera, Portugal

Funchal, Meidera, Portugal

#12 Preschool In Kilkenny, Ireland.

Preschool In Kilkenny, Ireland.

#13 Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

#14 Vama Veche, Romania

Vama Veche, Romania

#15 Seth Globe Painter Door In Paris

Seth Globe Painter Door In Paris

#16 Ericeira, Portugal

Ericeira, Portugal

#17 Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

Zona Velha, Funchal, Ilha Da Madeira (portugal)

#18 Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia

Savamala, Belgrade, Serbia

#19 My Classroom Door In Hayward, California

My Classroom Door In Hayward, California

#20 Findhorn Scotland

Findhorn Scotland

#21 Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne, Australia

#22 The Door To Nowhere – Santorini, Greece

The Door To Nowhere - Santorini, Greece

#23 The Blue Door

The Blue Door

#24 Piano Vetrale, Cilento, Italy

Piano Vetrale, Cilento, Italy

#25 Vama Veche, Romania

Vama Veche, Romania

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A Door in Old Stones

Originally posted on Grendel or Darcy:

Sometimes a door is a mystery. Time has washed away its context, so the door stands midway up a wall, no clear access. The shadows inside ask as many questions as they answer. The green paint retains its bold color, but surely no one has painted this door in decades when the rest of the mill has fallen down around it. The red bricks act sentinel at the top. The wooden planks of the interior point in to the darkness at the center. Surely some kind of metaphor. The brain with its own vivid colors and its own interior mysteries? Or life itself, leaving us at times high above the ground, wondering how we got there and where we go next. Or maybe just an old green door amid stones and today’s graffiti to remind that it is still here.

Carroll Mill Green Door HDR 1321-23

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