Well, I’m late again in getting this post on Norm Frampton’s website. Who is this guy Norm, you ask? Norm, like other undercover personalities in the world, uses aliases and his code name is Thursday Doors where the secret society of Door Observer Organization Revivalists (DOOR) hide behind doors watching blog posts by others sharing photos of their doors from around the world.
My Morocco tour stopped in the city of Tangier, an edgy city that had a reputation for international spies. It was the type of place that is old world with wonderful people and old buildings with lots of doors in different shapes, colors and made of different materials; the kind of place a photographer likes to explore as long as you also watch out for pickpockets and don’t get too far off the beaten path.
As our tour walked in the city I had a hard time keeping up as I was trying to shoot as many doors that I came across like this one. Stars on the doorstep seemed like a nice touch!
Moving quickly, I shot the upper half of this door which was very ornate.
Then getting down to some serious shooting; 2 doors in one shot with an artistic wall painting separating them.
I’m going to end this post here with a shot of a friendly vendor that I saw at the marketplace near our hotel; it was early in the morning before this walking tour so the market was still empty and he was nice enough to look at me and give a thumbs up but was that a spy behind him watching?).
Thank you for visiting my post and thanks again to Norm 2.0 for his creation of the Thursday Doors website that gives us bloggers an outlet to let our thoughts be put on paper or in this case, web space. For more posts and photos of doors by others please go to: Thursday Doors.