It happened quite by chance really. I did not fully intend to photograph doors while in Morocco. In fact, I had a totally different expectation of how our three-day ports of call to Tangier, Casablanca and Rabat would turn out to be. I was expecting to photograph more local colour and probably take a desert shot or two. Although that did happen in our tours and excursions (except the desert part), the sheer variety and intricate designs of doors in houses, buildings and monuments drew more than a passing attention. In the end of three days in Morocco, a third of the photos I took were of doors, doorways, arcs and thorough-ways. The photo narrative below is the result; hope you enjoy browsing as much as I need taking these photographs.

The Doors of Morocco by Rodolfo Quevenco on Exposure