Photographer's Note

The 10th century quaint coastal town of Mahdia is a fascinating place, such a relaxing place that even a simple stroll through the narrow alleys provides plenty of photo opportunity. Generally in Tunisia, doors are symbolic reflecting the fortunes and happiness of the families living inside and its nearly impossible without noticing the incredible wooden doors. Most doors are blue, but I saw yellow, turquoise, red and white - theyre everywhere. I often found myself lost in an ancient medina only to look at my camera roll and realize that Id spent the last half an hour or so just taking pictures of doors.


I was just blown away by these simple green doors and the artwork .....



Setting: 50 mm, 1/60 sec, F5.6, ISO Raw 200, 1537 hrs

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