D= Door

 

Anyone who has noticed the cover image of the blog can guess that I am fascinated with doors. The more ancient, the more unique the door, the more I am attracted towards it. Just the thought of what lies behind the door gives wings to my imagination. I sometimes feel like the doors have characters too. They carry the mark of the their owner in them along with the mark of all those who have come before. Presenting, the doors!

Door in a village in Maharashtra

Door to a temple: Wanjulshet

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4 thoughts on “D= Door

  1. I love architectural elements myself. When I arrived in Belize in 2012 on my first mission trip I saw some really interesting difference from what I know in the U.S.A.

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