Weekly Photo Challenge || Door

Weekly Photo Challenge || Door

Door 3            

photography by : vocabulary | in | chunks
“Door” Idioms and Proverbs 

A golden key can open any door

Prov. Sufficient money can accomplish anything.  Jill:  I’m amazed that Sally got into a good university;  her grades were so poor.   Jane: Well, she comes from a wealthy family, and a golden key can open any door.

When one door shuts, another opens

Prov. When you lose one opportunity, you often find a different one.   Jane: I just found out I’m failing two classes. I’ll never get intocollege with grades like this. Jill:   Well, maybe you’ll find something better than college.   When one door shuts, another opens.

Behind closed doors

in secret; away from observers, reporters, or intruders, usually in a closed room.  They held the meeting behind closed doors, as the law allowed.  Every important issue was decided behind closed doors.
 
(source : thefreedictionary.com)

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Doors”

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