I have been taking forever about doors.
Hope this doesn’t bore you.
This is my last post on Door of the DP theme; so I won’t continue forever.
Pardon me, again, this is door captured in the Baltic.
Hope you like it!
Just can’t stop talking about doors as this is my favorite subject.
This door was captured in Szentendre, Hungary.
This is a quaint liitle town on the outskirt of Budapest, sometimes, it is called the Monte Marte of Budapest.
I would say the Baltic countries are a place where one can find some interesting doors.
Sometimes, the door itself may not be all that special but what happens near the door is all the more interesting.
Here is an example, without the soldiers, this door looks plain and the picture has few colors.
The soldiers, especially the middle one, add to the picture!
In my hiking, sometimes, I walked through the village of Luk Keng, before heading uphill.
Many a time, I passed by this ancestral hall which is beautifully adorned, with writings on all three sides of the door.
As for the Jie O one which I showed in another post, the doors have door guards, this time gold ain color.
And below the door guards, are a couple of lion door handles.
This door has been restored in the Ching Dynasty.
The picture was taken at the entrance of Man Mo Temple in Central, Hong Kong.
This is a very unique door, style of which is rarely seen even in China.