Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Doors

Doors at the Blue Mosque area.
Always wonder, what's behind them?
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oya, I love old doors, of all kinds. . . especially wooden ones. The heavy bottom patterns and the scale of the four panels are very interesting on this door. Thanks for this photo.

Olivier said...

c'est une tres jolie porte, mais je l'aurais imagin├ę plus imposante ;o)


it is a very pretty door, but I would have imagined it more imposing ;O)

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Oya, I just read in the news that more and more Americans are visiting Turkey again. Last year, more than 500,000 new tourists visited Istanbul. The news also talked about the beautiful Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia.

I have also seen advertisements on TV and the bus for Tourism in Turkey. I would love to visit Istanbul once day.

Kate said...

I like doors of all kinds; check my mazatlan blog because I've been posting doors and windows for the last week. I like the carving on the door on this post.

Dsole said...

we all want to visit your city... at least we have your photos... maybe someday we could open that door ;)

TeamSplashi said...

Merhaba, you should go inside and see what is like on the other side of door.

Dad of Four said...

Love to see what's behind the doors

alice said...

Does someone live there? Like you, doors make me curious!

Mandi said...

They're beautiful. I love old doors. Who's the picture of the man in the top corners?

Anna said...

This is a beautiful rustic door. I love it!

Andrew said...

You captured the age of the doors fantasticaly. I love this photo.

Oya said...

Anonymous, you welcome :)
Ming and Dsole, don't wait to long to isit Istanbul. It is inexpensive...
Alice, it seemed like a governmental building to me. Next time I will ask...
Mandi, he is Ataturk, the founder of our Republic.
Teamsplashi, i will do and update...