Door Reflections

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American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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7 Responses to Door Reflections

  1. Judy says:

    This is such an amazing shot! I love doors and these are so unique.

  2. That is certainly something I have never seen anywhere Susie and it makes a fascinating visual element when the outdoor surroundings are reflected and distorted into mosaic-like reflections. You always have interesting details from the KSA and I do enjoy reading about them!

  3. Jerry M says:

    Very interesting door. The idea of elaborately decorated doors isn’t unusual in the West, but it has become unusual today. Most of what I can remember without looking at google are doors with imagery usually related to some them (such as a biblical doors on a church). Since imagery is out in Saudi Arabia, it is interesting to see how this subject is attacked.

    A good subject for a paper in an architecture history class.

  4. Bill B. says:

    I, certainly, have never seen anything like it here.

  5. This is very nice blog. Great photography and i received a complete virtual tour of a country i have never been!

  6. janice says:

    Susie, have you been on the other side of that door?If so, do you know if those mirrors are two-way so you can see out of them?

    Thanks, have a great day!

    • Hi Janice – Great question and I should have mentioned it in my post. I guess they are reflective glass because from inside you can see out. They let the light in so it’s not so dark in the lobby area.

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