A Marrakesh merchant is using this door as an easel to display the art prints he is selling. I moved in on the print, cutting it nearly in half, stressing the triangular flap that is bent backwards over its corner. I stressed the flap because its shape echoes the double triangular molding on the door. Incredibly, someone has also embellished the door molding with a flowing feathery white fringe, coincidentally echoing the feathery white skirts worn by the elongated dancers on the print. The entire image seems to be in motion. There is a wonderful lesson in this for us – doors can tell stories, accidentally or on purpose. Discover them, and interpret them.