The entry to Thomaskirche, Leipzig

I'm a big fan of church entries - they're always interesting!  How about you?

I didn't really intend to post this photo today.  I am writing another article to share here, and thought it would be ready to post today, but it's not.   It's about some social media stuff, and after doing a re-read I decided to put it off a little bit more.  I keep adding and changing things, which is always a sign that something isn't quite ready.   So, hopefully next week.

In the meantime, how about another shot from Europe?  Thomaskirche, or St. Thomas's Church, is a Lutheran Church in Leipzig, Germany and was something I made a point of shooting several different times while I was there.  I just love European churches and being a big fan of architecture, I can't really resist them.

But I am also a big fan of doors and entryways, and this one definitely caught my eye.  I was drawn in by all the ornate details and texture here.  I find that stuff hard to resist too.  

Do you take photos of doors and entryways?  Why do you like them?