Time certainly flies when you’re sheltered in place. I wonder if this is how the time appears to incarcerated prisoners. It’s already mid August and the fall season is just around the corner.
I lost track of the days and just realized that I have to get some doors ready to post on Thursday Doors. I admire the door bloggers that are always posting their doors and, posting on other days of the week! That’s dedication!
I’m going to share a few doors this week, again. In Fes, we did see the tannery where they prepared the leather for their products and when I get to that part of the tour I’ll share some photos of what we saw and describe what we smelled. But here’s the doors as we wandered through the alleyways of the Fes medina.
Corner door, looks typically ornate and secure in Morocco.
Door number 4, again looks sturdy and interestingly looks like a riveter gone wild.
The last door is a 2fer 1. Most impressive are the signs on the wall and the blue brick pavement.
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.