Doors at Misfat al Abreen. David A Lockwood colour. 01/08/201304/08/2013 Nikon D800 50mm f1.8D lens. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedMisfat Al Abreen Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 01/08/201304/08/2013
10 thoughts on “Doors at Misfat al Abreen.”
Great doors, and they look as if they are thick and heavy.
One thing Oman is known for is its traditional wooden doors; although the more modern if I can use that word for what are still old doors, tend to be intricately decorated metal ones.
Very striking doors, great photograph.
Thank you very much Mark.
I like the textures in this composition and nice to see the doors from this angle too.
There was not much room!! and I only had the 50mm with me – but needs must…..
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Excellent. I really like shots of old houses and doors.
I must admit the same and there are a lot here in Oman.