Hey, folks!

For the longest time, I’ve been seeing this “Photo Challenge” all over my WordPress feed, from some of my favorite travel bloggers. There are a lot of different types of “Photo Challenges” that are published, but its theme of doors always stood out to me. Simple in function, doors are beautiful works of art that vary in shape and design all over the world. It boggles my mind that I haven’t shared some of my favorites I’ve come across on my travels, so I’ve finally compiled them in this post. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

10 Beautiful Doors Around the World

Uncovered entrance, but it’s so blue…

1. Chefchaouen, Morocco (May 2017)

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2. Prague, Czech Republic (January 2018)

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3. Osaka, Japan (June 2016)

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4. Madrid, Spain (June 2019)

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5. Rome, Italy (December 2017)

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6. PΓ©rouges, France (October 2017)

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7. Victoria, Gozo, Malta (November 2018)

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8. Los Angeles, California (January 2020)

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9. BraΘ™ov, Romania (February 2019)

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10. Amiens, France (January 2018)

…don’t you find some of these just a-DOOR-able? πŸ˜‰ Have a won-DOOR-ful day, everyone!

— Rebecca

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48 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: DOOR

    1. Indeed, it’s the details which make these doors a sight to see. Not only in how intricate the designs are, but also how intimate it must’ve been to hand-carve or paint them back then!

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  1. These are such fantastic door photos, Rebecca! Doors and windows are of particular interest to me because they can reflect the architectural fashions of a past time, furnish an insight into the heritage of a region, provide a compositional framework for a better picture, or just produce a literal window into other people’s lives. Therefore, I always end up taking lots of door and window photos whenever I travel the world. Some of the most beautiful ones I’ve seen so far have been in Morocco and France πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing and have a good day πŸ™‚ Aiva xx

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  2. Okay, this is kind of epic actually. What an idea! I want to do something like this too – I see lots of outhouses on my hikes, and I already have a few photos….maybe that’s what I’ll do XD

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    1. If the opportunity ever arises, you can definitely contribute to the Door series! I’m sure you have hundreds of gorgeous doors from your extensive travels around the world. πŸ™‚

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    1. Florence and Morocco certainly have beautiful doors, no doubt about that! From the Renaissance to Moorish architecture, such doors can really capture your attention. πŸ™‚

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  3. Loved these! I’ve actually seen these or ones just like them in Chefchaouen, Prague and Japanese temples, so I was especially glad to see those pix. The one in France could be in so many rural towns.

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