Mojojack's Travels

I have a thing for noticing doorknockers, not quite an obsession but definitely “a thing”. It may be too early to post these examples of pearlers (usually sitting on cool doors) from our trip as we still have a bit of Greece and a lot of Turkey to go, but I guess I can add more. I’ll leave my thing for manhole covers to another post (oh, the suspense ;-))

Ioannina, Greece

Dubrovnik Old TownFlorence, Italyfancy keyholes in Bologna, ItalyVenice, ItalyManarola, ItalyPisa, ItalyAix en Provence, FranceSeville, Spain

8 Replies to “Knock knock”

  1. Wow, some of them are quite scary. I know one of them, and it would make you tremble as to who was on the other side of the door. Well done Jac, you do such a great job

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