Thursday Doors: A Chapel Door in Goa, India

While on holiday in Goa recently, I came across this pretty little door of a quaint chapel in Candolim. Goa is dotted with any number of similar little chapels. I loved the whitewashed exterior, the encircled carving on the door and the broken-tile flooring around the chapel. I had to take the picture from very close to the chapel as the narrow road beside which it stood was bustling with traffic. Hence the angle is not the best.

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In response to Thursday Doors by Norm 2.0

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13 thoughts on “Thursday Doors: A Chapel Door in Goa, India

  1. The angle of the first image actually works well. It makes the door the focus of interest while squeezing in the rest of the building, as a view from the street. The perfectly matched halves to the decoration on the door suggest they were made by a very confident craftsman!

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