Sometime early on in Spain I realized how unique the doors were. They come in a brilliant assortment of sizes, colors, shapes and knobs. I told my good friend, who studied with me in Madrid, that I wanted to take photos of all the cool doors and create some kind of project that reflected my time in Spain through its doors.
She loved the idea and started snapping pictures for me – so much so that her Spanish novio said she had to stop showing him all her door shots.
I didn’t take nearly as many but I couldn’t help stopping to get this one in Granada.
I love how gingerly the hand is draped over the knob and I’m so curious how you open the door. One of the many finds that made Granada one of my favorite cities in Europe (even though The Worst Five Euros I’ve Ever Spent were in Granada).