Thursday Doors, February 2 2017

…Or Klu in Asia 4. Sister went to Thailand and Laos, and kept an eye on the doors for me and all Thursday Doors lovers around the world.

Here is the fourth and last part of sister’s photos from her first Asian travel which she graciously let me handle. Sometimes it’s not a door as such but more like a window or another kind of opening. Thank you so much, sis, next time together. Cornwall is close…

Photo: © klu

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

Klu in Asia 1: Aerial views and nature.
Klu in Asia 2: Temples and Buddhas.
Klu in Asia 3: People, symbols and (non)coincidental inscriptions 

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  1. ianbcross says:

    Thai door ways are great. Have you tried a tilt shift lens or altering the perspective in Lightroom or something similar?

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    1. It is what it is, Ian, namely my sister’s vacation pics. And I like her perspective just fine. 🙂

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      1. ianbcross says:

        Sorry for the boorish comment. I apologise to you and your sister.

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  2. Joanne Sisco says:

    They are beautifully ornate. I could get lost in the detail of each one. I’m guessing your sister had a wonderful trip! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Joanne, by all means!

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  3. All handsome but I really love the wrought iron. 🙂

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  4. What fun to see a part of the world I’m probably never going to visit in person. Thanks to your sister for the great shots. BTW, did you change your blog theme again?

    janet

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    1. Thanks in her name, Janet. No, I haven’t changed it, but probably you mostly see my Thursday door posts and they are usually set in the other, split-screen format. This theme (Dyad) supports only two formats and this is the second.

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      1. That explains it. 🙂

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  5. joey says:

    Thank her for me — so much WOW. Such beauty, such splendor! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, Joey! I can’t imagine being in the midst of all this.

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      1. joey says:

        Me neither — but maybe someday 🙂

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  6. Dan Antion says:

    Doors, doorways, entrances, shutters, I think they all work and these are wonderful examples.

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    1. Thank you very much, Dan! Not often I see Asian doors on Thursdays even though there seems to be a door kingdom there.

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  7. Judith says:

    You’ve got your sister well trained on door hunting. This is a wonderful selection.

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    1. Hehe, thank you, Judith, but she suggested it herself. 🙂 I love it when it rubs off.

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  8. Norm 2.0 says:

    It’s the vibrant colours that draw me in, and then I stay to admire the intricate detail work. This must have been an amazing trip 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Norm. Oh yes, she returned smiling and said we must do it more often.

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  9. What a colourful selection of doors. Your sister did a great job, Manja.

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    1. Thank you in her name, Jean! 🙂

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  10. jan says:

    So much gold! I love the statues. They looks so inviting!

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    1. Thank you, Jan. Gold and statues are everywhere, it seems.

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  11. dennyho says:

    Just stunning. And nothing like I’ve ever experienced before. Don’t know that I’ll ever get to this part of the world so thank you for sharing your pictures here.

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    1. Denny, that goes for me too. These are my sister’s, she goes places… But thanks!

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  12. I’ve prob told you this already, but a friend of mine lived in Laos for years and I was always planning on visiting her…but never did! Now she’s moved on already. These photos make me wish I’d gone there! So much to photograph!

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    1. Oh, you can still go, SMSW! But too bad you missed a chance of an insider.

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      1. Yes, it wouldn’t be at all the same

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      2. Good morning! Wishing you a great Friday. 🙂

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  13. jesh stg says:

    Guess you told everyone in your family about Thurs. Doors:):) Nice of your sister she let you borrow her pics! Did you change blog backgrounds, or is this a customization?

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    1. Haha, Jesh, I have indeed and they are quick to catch on. True, she gave me all photos and let me choose, very kind of her. As for the theme, no, it’s still the Dyad theme, but this is the other one of the two available formats. For the doors I usually use the split-screen format which you are probably used to.

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  14. awtytravels says:

    Well done to the sister! Here’s to hoping that you’ll be able to join her as well!

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    1. That’s a nice though, AWTY, thank you.

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  15. Also travelled Asia for 2 months..which is your fav place/country there? Mine is Vietnam 🇻🇳

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    1. These are my sister’s photos, haven’t been to Asia at all yet. I think I’d choose Bhutan.

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      1. I haven’t been there yet aaaaa 😫

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  16. Such a nice sister, Manja! Bet you wish you could have traveled with her. Tell her to press the blue frog and join the TD fun.

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    1. Hehe, thanks, Gordon, I’ll alert her to these words.

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