A collection of green doors from around the world.
A narrow street in Asilah, Morocco. Some Moroccans on the train with us told us that Asilah was almost entirely done up in Islamic green, just as the next town after was done mostly in Islamic blue. It’s funny how in some places it seems as if someone decided to paint a door green, it caught on and soon the whole neighbourhood (or town) has green doors. This was the case in Mondoñedo, Spain, where this beautiful sea green dominated. Sticking with these blue-greens is this door in Manzanillo, Mexico.Another interesting blue-green is copper door with a verdigris (green-grey) patina on a bridge tower in Copenhagen, DenmarkA form of ‘earth green’ shows up on these green boat house doors in Fjallbacka on Bohuslan Coast of Sweden.India has masses of interesting doors, and many of them are green, as is the case of this green door in Jodhpur, India.Green door that has turned a corner in Cachi, Argentina. A bright green door in Vancouver’s Chinatown, Canada. Moss turns this metal-clad door green in the ruins at Tintern Abbey in Wales.A green door opens in Penang, Malaysia. Since I started with blue-green doors I thought I’d end with the other end of the green spectrum with this lime green door in weathered wood in Laos.