Our Door Meister, Dan Antion, has left the door open for late arrivals so I’m posting my doors for last Thursday Doors. I’m still working on doors that I encountered in Fez, Morocco and hopefully you’re not getting tired of them.
The first three photos are of the same door but from different perspectives. After passing through the Tannery area we doubled back (not sure if that is true because the alleyways look similar and head off in all directions) and stopped at what looked like a mosque. There was a huge door at the opening and there were several archways in the room leading to a courtyard with a fountain.
Here is a big door. You’re looking at the side of the door but you can see that it is very tall.
The next image is the same door but from a different perspective; the people in font of the door is from our tour group.
The next photo is looking through that door opening to the courtyard outside where people are walking in the water overflowing from the fountain or filling their cups with the water.
The next image is a very ornate door opening but you can see the door on the left side; another big door.
And to end this post, a big door and entry into one of the Fez museums; it’s either the music museum or woodworking museum. There were a lot of sleepy cats hanging around this museum and maybe Dan’s friend, Teagan, might be interested in this one since she has an affinity for cats.
If you haven’t already visited Dan Antion’s Thursday Doors blog you might want to do so to see his great door posts and other door bloggers that he hosts.