Catalonia, Behind Closed Doors – Part One

Wooden Door of Catalonia Besalu

Catalonia Wooden Door Detail

Catalonia Wooden Door Medieval Besalu

27 responses to “Catalonia, Behind Closed Doors – Part One

  1. Oh, I do like your doors, Andrew.
    And two small knockers. 🙂

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  2. Old door are interesting. Imagine who and what they have seen and heard.

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  3. Very nice shots!

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  5. Wonderful collection. Now if each of those could tell a story.

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  6. I love old doors and windows, I think they’re among the most interesting objects to look for when in a new old place – cameras love them 🙂

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  7. Beautiful as always!

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  10. Absolutely love doors…I took so many photos of them during my three years in China..yours are wonderful.

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