Doors in India




DSC_0149Doors have always been one of my curiosities in my photography work, as well windows, but that will be another post. As I always wonder what’s going on behind doors, the interior of a place,  the happiness or sadness of some peoples live…

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The doors in India have opened a different view of world to me



With  doors and doorways in India, I have been mesmerized by it’s architecture, ancient design and history as in most temple door ways..

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There is so much handcraft, wood carving and vivid colors….

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Most of these images are captured in the region of Ahemadabad, Jodhpur and Udaipur.


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This is how my eye sees the beauty of India.

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In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site
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11 Responses to Doors in India

  1. bodhibowl says:

    Thank you for sharing the beauty beheld by your eyes. So well executed that I can see what you are seeing too. Thank you.

  2. Some lovely pics you have got here Cornelia!!

  3. Judi McKenzie says:

    Doors are a transition and lead us into another place and space. Some are open and we can see what is beyond. While others are closed and left to our imagination as to what lies beyond with a hint of mystery. Once open, it is revealed to us what is contained past the portal and is no longer a mystery! Your images show the possibilites of what is on the other side! As always, great images, my dear friend!

  4. A fun series of photos that says a lot about India.

  5. Linda Halopoff says:

    These captured my imagination and sense of beauty. I wanted to touch the rich embellishment, and I share your curiosity for what goes on behind closed doors. Splendid work, Cornelia.

  6. fotoeins says:

    The architecture of the every day includes doors and windows, which is why these details are fascinating to check out around the world.

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