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DOORS photography exploration
Doors and doorways have been symbolic across cultures for as long as history has been recorded.
A door is both an entrance and an exit, so it has been associated with portals and passageways on many levels throughout history.
Skeletal Door, Ta Prohm, Cambodia - Stewart Smith
Doors are closely related to gates and thresholds because the three share some very similar symbolic features and sometimes work together to create passage.
A door is first and foremost an entrance. On a literal level a door usually leads to the inside of something, be it a house, building, or other structure.
Within a structure itself a door serves as both an entrance and exit to other rooms, a passageway between rooms, and an exit from the structure.
On a metaphorical level, a door can become an entrance to nearly anything, but it is most commonly used to symbolize the entrance to another world.
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