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Doors: Southeast Asia

P1030500          Bungalow in Don Det, Laos.


 

Doors and their ways.

What do you think before opening a door and crossing through a doorway? Nothing? Watching your head? Wondering what’s on the other side? Something superstitious? I try not to be superstitious, it’s bad luck. 😉

Often, I view traveling, and its benefits, as a doorway. A doorway to a fuller, happier life; to open mindedness; to a brighter future; to obtaining knowledge; to new experiences; to sincere friendships; to meaningfulness; to new beginnings; to opportunities to consume the thrills and wonders of life. As an escape for some. A new journey, a new adventure, a new experience for others.

 

P1010804          Bright red. Vietnam.

P1010970          Belonging to an older time.

P1020311         This way to the loo.

P1020315          Entrance to the home.

P1020328          Wood.

P1020484          Wherever possible. Sapa, Vietnam.

P1020588          Home of the rice wine. Sapa, Vietnam.

P1020749          Versatile bamboo. Sapa area, Vietnam.

P1030196           In a wall. Laos.

P1030456          Pretty in pink.

P1030679          Some doors see evil things. Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

P1040255          Privacy, or lack thereof. Otres Beach, Cambodia.

P1040256          Like wall like door.

P1040362          Ruins of Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

P1040378          Has seen better days.

P1040381          Such contrasts from door to door.

P1040388          Beautifully carved.

P1040466          Standard yet captivating.

P1040831          Seemingly, a doorway to the heavens. Angkor Wat, Cambodia.


 

We’re always opening new ones, literally, aren’t we?

Many of us are trying to open new ones, metaphorically, aren’t we?

Insert thought provoking proverb regarding doors here.

3 Responses to “Doors: Southeast Asia”

  1. Amber says:

    This essay is a work of art in itself. The stairway (doorway) to heaven is favourite!!

  2. dianne townshend says:

    Great capture of the doors …. food for thought.

  3. Therie says:

    I love this kind of photo series. An interesting way to document a trip!

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