A once colourful door. David A Lockwood colour. 22/04/201822/04/2018 This must have been a very fine & colourful door. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedDoor.Doors OmanHistory of Oman Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 22/04/201822/04/2018
10 thoughts on “A once colourful door.”
It still has a certain allure to it, even in its old age.
Oman is renowned for its doors, likewise Zanzibar.
Makes sense. The door is the part of one’s house that all visitors are guaranteed to see, unless they slide down the chimney.
Oman loves Xmas festivities & Father Christmas is often seen in the shopping malls so some chimney activity my happen 🙂
Oman doesn’t seem like the ideal place to wear a thick, winter coat? I hope Father Christmas has the proper clothing for warmer weather too.
In the winter months It can get quite cold with rain and the odd hailstorm. The mountains frequently have snow, the desert gets very ! cold at night.
Then Father Christmas’ giant coat would serve him well! Maybe a good health insurance plan too, in case he gets sick.
interesting image in that it seems to invite me to ponder beyond locks…wondering if your use of tone and structure accounts for the story awakening. thank you for sharing
I always wonder at the amount of people who have gone in & out of these doors. Especially when a very old door like this one. Who they were, happy, sad, interesting or mundane lives.
I suppose this is what motivates me in photographing them.
If all this makes sense.
Interesting…I experience something similar with abandoned homes