Travel Photography Photos tagged as doorswindows
A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Perfect place to immerse yourself in 'Old School' Vietnam.
The "Dom unserer lieben Frau" in Augsburg. Whenever I visit a cathedral I often feel really small due to the height of the monument. I tried to reproduce this feeling in this picture.
I took this picture in the "Fuggerei" in Augsburg Germany. The first subsidised accomodation for retired people with low income. Even though the place attracts many tourists nowadays, there are still people living there.
An "old fashion" door lock in the old town in Mesagne (Italy)
maybe a love letter, maybe a bill
An old telegraph station in the Eucla Basin now being overtaken by sand dunes
seen through the screen door of a Hawaiian bungalow
My travelmate and I had to get away from the really touristy Cartagena, so we decided to go on a whim so where. We stumbled upon the market and afterwards found our way to Cerro de Popa, the highest point of Cartagena. Inside is a Monastery and through the glass door I saw this view. I just had to take a shot.
Cartagena downtown at night is much nicer than the day. Durring the day it is swarming with tourists. This is a shot at night of one of the old rustic doors in Cartagena.
The town of Barichara is full of amazing photo opportunities. Here is a perfect example of a window and the wall it stands on.
A misty morning Taj Mahal through the doorway of the adjacent building
not exactly a five stars resort I admit. But it used to be a renowned and prestigious place many years ago. A place where young boys coming from the lands handed over to Jugoslavia after the WW2 were grown up to live a new life. This is the Niccolò Tommaseo Naval College in Brindisi.
A grilled view into the earlier life of Evita at the Museo Evita Perón in Buenos Aires.
Windows, windows everywhere in the colourful La Boca - home to Maradonna's favourite football club - in Argentina
Kao San Road