Doorways to Paris

One thing I never tire of in Paris are its doors. From vivid cobalt and brilliant ruby red to whimsical robin's egg blue and sweet mint green, they come in every hue and shade you could imagine. 
They are old, massive wooden structures, sometimes adorned with scrollwork and the occasional yawning lion's head. Often they are the entrance to a private courtyard, glimpsed on the rare chance a door is left ajar. 
My continued treasure hunt for the most colorful examples has led to En Route's newest collection: Doorways to Paris, now available in the shoppe. If you have any other colors you'd like to see photographed, I'd love the challenge of seeking them out!

6 comments:

Rhianne said...

I don't think I tire of anything in Paris but doorways are my favourite, these are beautiful. I'm always on the look out for mustard yellow :)

fatblackcatjournal said...

ooh I love doors I did a series (which I'm continually adding to ) the Melancholic Doors of Edinburgh... but they have to be old faded peeling paint to qualify

Nat said...

Never been to Paris but the pictures I´ve seen are amazing... lovely architecture and the colorful doors are great!

Snap said...

I love doors and windows! The more color the better! I'm visiting from The August Break.

Roban said...

These doors are gorgeous, and your photography is lovely. I'm like you about the August Break. For me, it's more of a challenge just to post something that often.

Lisa Gordon said...

I love to photograph doors, and these are wonderful!

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