“There are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors of perception.” Aldous Huxley
Open or closed, there is always a mystery about doors.
Jim Morrison adjusted this quote a little bit and had left out the “of perception” so it is just “doors”. It’s this simplicity represented in it that fascinates me about doors. They are simply a boundary between what we can see and what is hidden. There is something sacred in them. They welcome yet forbid. They pose questions. They protect the intimacy of a household. They hide secrets. They bear thousands of stories.
All of the following doors and gates I captured in Barcelona. You can check my first collection of doors HERE.