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I want to go through these doors - I have to see what is on the other side!

Magnificent front door that was splendid, but today is so badly injured, chipped and faded as the entire island of Cuba ...

Apologies but I'm unsure of the origin of this door. But it looks like a door that might be on in an abbey ruin or or some place equally cool.

Rust | さび | Rouille | ржавчина | Ruggine | Herrumbre | Chip | Decay | Metal | Corrosion | Tarnish | Texture | Colors | Contrast | Patina | Decay |

There was no description of this door.. which leads me to come up with my own. So- this door is the back secret entrance of the castle on the hill. The only ones who knew about it were..(you're next!)

The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience. - Emily Dickenson

Ancient wooden door in Arbeteta (Guadalajara, Spain)

Emilia Romagna, Italy...wonderful cooking and wonderful doors. Did you notice the lower quarter of the door's zig-zag pattern?

"Doors always have stories to tell or stories to keep silent. Doors get old, as we do. This one reminds me of ancient times where present and past meet between the cracks, the rust and the colours that fade away..." Neveh Tzedek, Tel Aviv.

Few people know this but THIS, exactly THIS color is my favorite. Not blue. Not violet. Not royal blue or electric violet. BLUE VIOLET. For people who can't see it I say my favorite color is green.

I'm not so sure this isn't a window... but it has a lock and space for a key?? No idea where it is. I don't see any steps leading up to it however, which is odd. Gorgeous detail ...a eairy door?though!