A selection of doors in the old abandoned village of Muti (behind what is now Imti) starting with the newest & working back to the very old.
Published by David A Lockwood
Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art).
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10 thoughts on “Doors in the old village of Muti (now Imti).”
they are so beautiful
Thanks, yes it was a very enjoyable morning out and the weather was just perfect.
These are terrific doors and shots David. What a great collection! I expect you could do an interesting book The Doors of Rural Oman.
Thank you – yes just what my wife has been saying and a project for when I leave Oman next year.
I was looking at your portfolio of monochrome doors which are great
My reply was truncated by an accidental “send”, but the gist of it is clear 🙂
Ha… glad someone else has that problem occasionally: I always wish these sites would allow a short time for editing comments.
That would be an excellent feature. I sometimes edit someones comment when it clearly has a typo – sometimes without asking, other times I ask if the mistake is not clear. Perhaps a bit forward of me, but it is my blog 😉
Wonderful set of photographs, David! What stories each door could tell!
Thanks very much – yes the old village has quite a history. If the stories are correct then it goes all the way back to when the Persians dipped their fingers into Oman.