Friday, October 28, 2011

#FriFotos: Going Through Doors

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The doorway to life is always open; with welcoming arms she calls you in.

Some doors are large and some are small, but no matter the size they have one thing in common.

The large ornate doors of The Lacson Mansion are long gone.
Now called The Ruins of Talisay,  the mansion was burned during World War II
to prevent Japanese soldiers from using it. 

To let you in to a room or a garden, a new slant on life that's sure to be different.

A door to a church where we go to pray, a door to a heart where we long to stay. 

 The doors of  Manila Cathedral, the symbolic seat
of the Catholic church in Manila, are witness to many weddings.

Red doors or brown doors, tin ones or wooden, some with bards and padlocks to form a prison... 
No Entry: Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, Burgos, Ilocos Norte 

No matter our age, our gender or colour, we all go through doors on our way to our goals.

- Doors by Tricia McGill

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