When a door closes
When a door closes, a window opens . . .
I believe this to be true, and seem to be spending a great deal of time wandering the streets of Macedonia and Greece capturing these beautiful and motivating symbols of change. Hope you enjoy seeing them as much as I do. Your window of opportunity may be just around the corner.
Hmm, closed and locked seems impenetrable! Ohrid, Macedonia
Don't let appearances or the number of closed doors deter you. Bitola, Macedonia
What about a gate half open? Go with your guts; it's always up to you. Ohrid, Macedonia
Mixed messages; "Should I knock or should I go?" Choice is yours. Bitola, Macedonia
A lost cause, time to let it go? Ohrid, Macedonia
Not all your options will be neatly laid out in front of you. Leptokaria, Greece
Sometimes, you may need to pause and reflect before the answers come. Bitola, Macedonia
Some choices may seeming confusing or a bit cluttered. Bitola, Macedonia
Some options will sit squarely in front of you. Ohrid, Macedonia
Others may seem whimsical or unusual. Bitola, Macedonia
Some will be super sweet, like curly rolled baklava. Leptokaria, Greece
Some may be salty. Leptokaria, Greece
Some will be combinations, and still like a seem warm and cozy option. Bitola, Macedonia
Previously closed doors, may reopen. Bitola, Macedonia
Fancy opportunities may materialize. Ohrid, Macedonia
Simple and yet stunning openings exist all around you. Ohrid, Macedonia
Moments you might miss without quiet reflection. Bitola, Macedonia
Recessed and waiting. Bitola, Macedonia
You truly never know what may open before you. Bitola, Macedonia
Opportunities come in all shapes and sizes. Bitola, Macedonia
With an open mind, you will surely see . . . Bitola, Macedonia
. . . the possibilities, are endless. Ohrid, Macedonia
Have a great weekend, pondering the possibilities.
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