Doors can have so many unique characteristics — color, shape, knocker, mail slot and cracks just to name a few. It’s hard not to photograph them or even make a photograph series. I don’t completely understand my obsession with doors. Perhaps it’s the blending of architecture and design, or maybe it’s the unique statement each one makes.
Photographs of Greece are easily recognized by their blue and white color palette. This door was photographed on the island of Santorini.
This door in Mykonos looks as though it would open up to the sea.
There are always exceptions to the rules, and this red door in Santorini stands out against a sea of blue.