Mixed Media Artist
Yes, I can see why you like it, but I lean towards No.6... particularly the step up. Isn't it interesting, in these very old places, that you can have three doors side by side an they are all completely different sizes. Wouldn't happen here!
Hey Jo, I didn't even notice that - too busy looking at the details xoxoxo
Love the first photo! I wonder what is behind those doors.
such blue! such doors! swoon!
I agree with Velma. Such doors! Such character! Do you know if the colors have significance? Just wondering. They're wonderful regardless.
I'm swooning with Velma and Jennifer, Love these photos Noela, and after i finish swooning I think I'll pack my bags.....hello Morocco
oh gosh Noela !! you're killing me with those doors! if i could i would have all of them installed ... only i dun have that many doorways! i love the blue ones esp 1,5,6,8,9, but i love one ones verging on green too,becos of the yummy colors!!
hey Noela :)sorry i forgot to introduce myself but it seems like i already know you! i see you so often at Barry's and he mentions you ever so often in his posts :)my name is Luthien and i came here via Barry's blog :)xoxoxo
Oh....fabulous, and I love how you threw the red one in!
Hi Robyn, Velma, Jennifer,thanks for the enthusiastic comments. The blue is meant to bring good luck in Islamic culture, and yes, Robyn - some of the doors seem to invite fantasy imaginings of exotic goings on 'behind closed doors'.Hi Liz, lots to inspire in Morocco, Hi Luthien, yes I 'know' you through Barry and Kim who received your 'give away' - happy girl that day- love your jewellery Hi Cynthia, thanks for the comment and I love your blog - all sorts of interesting bits n piecesxoxoxoxo