Doors in the Caribbean Eurolinguiste

Each time I travel, there’s one souvenir I always bring back home. Photos of the doors that caught my eye. 

There’s just something about doors that captivate me. They have personalities and histories of their own. They’ve been loved, mistreated (slammed), appreciated, and forgotten. They’re something so every day, that they often seem mundane and we don’t always notice them. 

In the Caribbean, we saw doors influenced by a variety of styles, namely European. But they had their own flair that drew me to them.

But I’ve professed my love of doors in previous posts (which I’ll link to at the bottom of today’s gallery), so let’s just get straight to the photos!

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What about you?

What are some of the things that you love to photograph whenever you’re traveling?

I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!



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