Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

Santorini Greek Door

“AII I want to do is join the happy crowd behind the green door                         Wish they’d let me in so I could find out what’s behind the green door.”          Bob Davie and Marvin Moore – ‘Green Door’

Rather unusual for the Greek Cyclades Islands – a green rather than a blue door.  This one is from the island of Santorini.

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9 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

  1. Someone with that different drummer?

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  2. you may already know of this site – but you should think about posting this cool “green door” on the door blog! 🙂

    http://legionofdoorwhores.wordpress.com

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  3. Thought it was going to be a story about Play School. It was Play School wasn’t it?

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    • Yes, good point. I remember Play School but it was just a short while after my time for pre-school television. In fact, I don’t think there was pre-school television in the 1950s!

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      • Of course, silly me, I always forget how much older you are than me 🙂 I never liked play school. All I can remember is whether they were opening an orange door or a yellow window or some such rubbish. I’m sure my dad liked watching all the kids TV progs more than I did.

        My school finished early at 3.20 so I was home in time for everything. As a young kid I got picked up. The benefits of private education are that you pay to school your kids and they spend less time at school, shorter hours and longer holidays 😀

        A post, a post, I must write a post about prep school!

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      • Yes you must write that post.
        When my children were young I always enjoyed watching Rainbow with them. Geoffrey, Zippy, George, Bungle and the singers Rod, Jane and Freddy! I think I have still got the videos somewhere, just haven’t got a video player!

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  4. I would love to be wherever this picture was taken right now!

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