Doors sincerely

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Today I’ve decided once again to change the direction of my blog and talk about architecture, or an architectural feature to be exact, the humble door.  Yes, that rectangular shaped object which demarcates inside from outside and plays as important role in creating an impression about the people who live behind it as much as a book cover does for the contents of a book.

As I wrote in my last post, I hate to be superficial, but let’s face it, first impressions are the most common way we initially perceive people and objects.  So, if you ever happen to find yourself having to choose a door, spend some time thinking about what your door may say about you.

The good thing about choosing a door is that unlike a great pair  of shoes, you do not need to spend a fortune, and you’ll only ever need one front door.

To prove my case, I went to the library of images about my travels that I’ve been building over the years and categorising into subjects such as Doors, Windows, Food, etc so that I can share with you some inspiration of what lies behind the humble door.

Bali

 

Tel Aviv

 

Greek Islands

 

Prague

 

Verona

 

Greek Islands

 

Tokyo

 

Kyoto

 

Sydney

 

London

 

London

 

London

 

Sydney

 

London

 

New York