It’s been a while since I featured a door post, so today I’m trying to squeeze in some Athenian doors I’ve been stockpiling.
I was finding just so many interesting doors that after a while I stopped taking photos unless it REALLY captured my attention. In other words, with so much abundance, I’ve become picky.
Not far from the apartment we’ve rented, is this crumbling building that looks so sad and yet beautiful at the same time. Dilapidated buildings like this are not unusual. In a city where there seem to be ancient ruins everywhere you turn, perhaps deteriorating structures don’t seem out of place.
At the other end of the scale, is the entrance to the British Embassy. Behind the great iron gate are 2 metal detectors before you even reach the front door.
… and if that doesn’t feel intimidating enough, there is razor wire blanketing the top of the fencing.
These pretty green louvre doors to the subway were interesting enough, but it was the gathering of police that piqued my curiosity. I managed to snap this photo, but then I piqued their curiosity, so I beat a hasty retreat.
Thursday Doors is a weekly photo challenge hosted by Norm Frampton at Norm 2.0.