Doors: Puertas en España


 

 

 

“There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors.”

~ Jim Morrison

 

 

 

 

Please click on an image to open the door to a larger slideshow:

 

 

 

 

 

 

“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”

~ Milton Berle

 

 

 

Doors

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70 comments

  1. Beautiful doors, Jane! They can be such interesting subjects and you’ve found some suberb ones. I love how you’ve set them out, almost like an advent calendar, just waiting to be explored!

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  2. Yay to fab doors of perception wherever we find them!

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  3. Who doesn’t love a great door! Very nice variety, great photos.

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  4. Isn’t there a federal law about packing this much stunning into one page? 🙂
    I love doors and these are really wonderful.

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  5. Fantastic set. You wouldn’t see doors like these just anywhere.

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  6. Wow, gorgeous images of doors in Spain.

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  7. Lovely idea and nice pics, i’m going to Spain next week, maybe i steel your idea 😀

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  8. Really great shots…sort of mysterious as to what lurks inside????
    Great eye!!

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  9. Beautiful photos, beautiful doors and beautiful quote 🙂

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  10. Especially like all the detail on this series Jane.

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  11. Love, love, love this series!

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  12. Esos son hermosas puertas Janie! Excelente 😊😊

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  13. Hi Jane

    I love doors and photographs of them and Spanish and Dutch doors are the best.

    Hope you are well. We are enjoying beautiful weather in NC and good family time

    Jennifer

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    • Hi Jennifer– So nice to hear from you. I was thrilled with the style of the doors in Spain– just gorgeous. Glad you enjoyed these- thank you! Happy you’re having a wonderful summer with family.

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  14. Wonderful series Jane – love the meticulous detailing.

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  15. I like the textures on those old doors.

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  16. Oh what an honey pot doors are to us, photographers and these you found are no exception. I like them all.

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  17. Tremendous visuals…love this collection!

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  18. Doors are fascinating, great study.

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  19. I love doors and this is very nice collection. I can be seen capturing similar images pretty everywhere I go. I think I have over 500 pictures of doors in my Flickr account. It is good to see I am not the only one with this obsession. (Suzanne)

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  20. I just love doors and windows! This was so enjoyable to study! Suzie

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  21. I’ve been waiting for these— . It’s an open & shut case of eye candy!

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  22. Sturdy doors in Spain! Handsome too.

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  23. Love the slide show… I felt like a ” peeping Tom!”

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  24. Lovely post, Jane. Entrancing shots.

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  25. Amazing pics 😀 Hope you enjoy your trip in Spain ^^

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  26. Beautiful set of photos, Jane. I think I like the rectangular country door the most. It looks sturdy, charming and inviting all at the same time. Love the quotes too. Doors sometimes open up a magical world to us if we take a bit of effort and push it open. When have the courage to build our own doors, anything can happen – we’re literally the masters of our destiny 🙂

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    • Hi Mabel, Thanks for sharing your thoughts and for enjoying my latest on doors. The country door was in a beautiful part of the Basque countryside found after we had one of the most memorable meals. Happy you liked this post.

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  27. Many beaitiful doors. It almost seemes like all the bloggers I follow inkluding me has a thing for doors.

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  28. Oh yes, I love doors and windows. The quotations are great 🙂 not mention the photos of course. As for the windows I love them especially at night with the light inside…

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  29. Love both the quotes and the images

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