I love this week’s photo challenge: Frame. I’m sharing three of my favorite travel photos.

Oman

Oman

Oman
We woke up early after a splendidly silent night in Wahiba Sands. The sun wasn’t quite above the horizon. I opened the door within a door at the entrance to our desert camp and found two amazing views in the frame — a woodcarving that told its own story and a landscape that holds a thousand years of stories I’ll never know.

 

Bhutan

Bhutan

Bhutan
This bridge had me at hello. With hundreds of colorful prayer flags, all I wanted to do was watch and wait to see who walked through the wood frame at the other side.

 

Myanmar

Myanmar

Myanmar
Sometimes when you’re traveling there’s a moment of beauty that catches you completely by surprise. This was one of them, at one of the thousands of temples in Bagan. The tall doorway and ironwork framed this man perfectly, who was contentedly out for an afternoon sweep.

49 comments

  1. Gorgeous shots! That one in Oman is the best capture I’ve yet seen on this week’s challenge. Superb! There’s a famous Western movie called “The Searchers” and the first shot is a door opening on the Arizona desert. So much like your picture.

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  2. Lovely pictures! The picture from Oman could very well be picture from Rajasthan, India. we have exactly similar doors minus the carving on wood! πŸ™‚

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