Doors and Windows of the World
Doors and windows describe the aesthetic tastes of people in different cities and towns around the world. I've been photographing doors and windows for as long as I can remember. Here is my collection of doors, windows, gates and door details.
Updated September 10, 2019
My favorite windows are playful and colorful and describe the pallete of a place.
Wrought Iron Doors in Havana, Cuba
I am always attracted to bright, bold colors on windows. Here are a few of my favorites.
"A window covered with raindrops interests me more than a photograph of a famous person." - Saul Leiter
Window in Reykjavik, Iceland
Some places are just filled with stunning doors. Whether painted, modern, rusted and old, some doors have plenty of character and style. These are some of my favorite.
Door in Habana Vieja, Cuba
Door in Palermo, Sicily
Blue Door in Mérida, Mexico
Blue Door in Essauoira, Morocco
Blue Door in Reykjavik< Iceland
Dilapidated Door in Habana Vieja, Havana
Doors in downtown Mérida, Mexico
Red-framed Door in Celestun, Mexico
"If you feel you have to open a particular door, open it, otherwise all your life that door will haunt your mind!" - Mehmet Murat ildan
Green Door in Sicily, Italy
The doors and windows of the North Atlantic are often bright and homey, stark and simple. In Scandinavia and Iceland, homeowners often share a bit of themselves in their windowsills: figurines, manga dolls, carved statuettes are all common.
Doors and Windows in Reykjavik
"In life sometimes, in the universe, you have to close some doors to have others open." - Gene Ween
Yellow Door in Reykjavik
"A window covered in raindrops interests me more than a photograph of a famous person." - Saul Leiter
Window in Reykjavik
"Having challenges in your life open doors for you." - Payal Kadakia
Windows in Reykjavik
The details you find in doorknobs, locks and latches tell many stories. Here are some of the door details I've collected along the way.