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Do you like to photograph doors while traveling?

I love to photograph front doors. Have you taken photos of doors while travelling? If so, please show them to me. Thanks!


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Maria from Dublin

There are some great Georgian doors in Dublin but here is a door I photographed in Florence last year.


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Johnny from Las Vegas

Doors, windows, entire streets... Old San Juan has a ton of great ones!


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Danielle from Toronto

New Orleans Kind of a door :)


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Tiffany from Corvallis

I do photograph doors and door knockers of all shapes and sizes. They're fun. Most of my favorites are from Europe, but I found some great ones in District of Columbia as well. This is the entrance to the garden at the Washington National Cathedral.


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Ruth from Utah

Somehow I am attracted to doors when I travel, too. Here are a couple from Egypt and one from Scotland


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Laura from Buenos Aires

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Lee from Merced

Gig Harbor, WA   "The Floatation Device" doormen.


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Claire from Austin (Texas)

Malta! All the doorknobs are in the middle, like a belly button : ) 


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Sylvain from Montreal

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Bernadette from Ohio

I just discovered photographing doors. Love, love, love them.


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Rasto from Edmonton

The one, nicely carved I had in my room when staying at Hacienda Mérida on Isla De Ometepe in Nicaragua.


Some from Popayan, Colombia


Santuario Las Lajas in Ipiales, Colombia


Otavalo, Ecuador



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Martin from Colorado

Love to took these on St. Kitts and Old San Juan.


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Ksenia from Tallinn, Estonia

Both pictures are taken in Porto, and I am on both of them too :P




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Kamel from Paris

A wonderful door here in Paris near my home and the Luxembourg Garden

58 rue de vaugirard, 75015 Paris


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Thuymi from Montreal, Quebec

I LOVE photography projects.

In India is my favorite place to take pictures of Doors. They are colourful and way too nice. I guess Middle East would be the other amazing place for doors!

I will feature it very soon on our blog http://www.adventurefaktory.com/ !


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Daniel

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Robert from Fort Wayne

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peggy from Washington, DC

Yes! I have hundreds of door photos from all over the world.I have individually framed around 50 photos and have them on one of the walls in my home. One of my favorite photos is the one above from Venice. I photograph many beautiful doors but I really enjoy finding ones that are unusual.    


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Katerina from Los Angeles

Here are some doors from Chefchaouen. Beautiful city!


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Sue from Broken Arrow

The winery doors in Napa.


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Keith from Bowness-on-Windermere

Yes... but, if there's anyone about, be sure to ask permission! Here's one from Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia 


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Chuck from Huntsville, Alabama

Interesting idea.  May have to see how creative I can get.


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Alain from Toronto

I have photographed some Chinese doors.  

http://keepcalmandwander.com/chinese-doors/


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Justin from Phoenix

No, I've never focused on doors. My brother loves taking photos of his rental cars (no matter how mundane). I have thought of taking photos of all the toilets I use, and making him watch a slideshow of them all!


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Roxanne from Montreal

I did photograh doors but what i prefer are windows.  While in the South of France and in Italy, I took mostly pictures of windows. Sorry those are on film... You remind me to transfert them digitaly.


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Kristal from San Francisco

Rocio,

Interesting question, while I haven't taken photos of too many doors throughout my travels, I can definitely see how that could be very cool and make for really great pictures. You should share some with us and I'll start paying more attention to doors in the future. 

Best,

Kristal


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Maria João

Yes, and Indonesia is good for this, not only shoot beautiful and traditional antique doors carved in wood, as having the luck in catching a craftsman to make a new one !!


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Mara from Hoofddorp, Netherlands

Gili Air, Indonesia. May 2015


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