Every Door Tells a Story: Part 2

My obsession with Mexican doors continues to grow, and spending time between Oaxaca and Mexico City I have managed to generate a whole new library of photos. Colour contrasts, peeling, warping wood, tiny brass details and elaborate door knockers, I love it all. I adore the stories that whisper in my mind when I find a beautiful old door, the stories that are yet to be told.

Take a look at the latest pics and maybe pause for a moment to think about what tales they may have to tell…

Door _Petal

Door Pink and Yellow

Door rundown

Door Taxco

Door- Prehispanic

Brass handles

Red door

Art Deco

Brass knocker

 

Photo Credit: Nikhol Esteras PhotographySusannah Rigg is a freelance writer and Mexico specialist. Her work has been featured in Condé Nast Traveler, CNN Travel, BBC Travel, The Independent UK, Afar and The New Worlder among others. Check out her portfolio here. Contact Susannah by email, info [at] mexicoretold [dot] com and join her on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram.

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2 thoughts on “Every Door Tells a Story: Part 2

  1. I love the door photos. In Mexico there is no shortage of material when it comes to old doors and buildings. Such character only comes with age.

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