That first door is most intriguing, is that a little tiny door set into the larger one?
Yes, that’s right, so that they can open a smaller one without unbolting the whole lot. Probably stopped the heat escaping during the winter!
I love them all. Nice variety of angles and perspectives.
I couldn’t find a blue one however!
There is just something about old doors that is so inviting. Lovely shots of all, Andrew!
Thank you. Doors are one of my favourite subjects!
Spanish style is always great, especially in wood, but in this case, I like the balcony floor best. I apologize for not commenting more often, I enjoy the posts – I just don’t always have the computer time to comment. My apologies.
I appreciate your comments – thank you. Same goes for me too. I enjoy your posts, my dad was always full of second-world-war stories so I have never lost the habit of reading about them.
Will you ever post them? Say in the Scrapbook? Or did I miss them?
I have never posted them except to mention that he liked to tell them. Dad was only a boy during the war, aged 7 to 12, and most of his stories were from contemporary accounts in ‘War Illustrated’ newspaper and some of these stories concentrated on the heroics and were not always terribly accurate. I have still got the books and the newspapers that he collected.
Wouldn’t they make good posts? Something to think about – the war from a child’s view.
Good idea – thanks!
Really neat doors. Most homes today aren’t substantial enough to to them up. Lol
Blue is my favorite. Too bad. Next time.
I too like the first one. It has the most personality. 🙂
Thanks. That is the door of the Museum Casa del Doncel. I rather like the second one, it reminds me of the face of a cartoon character!
Beano and Tuppie? Something like that? A weasel-looking fellow?
You make an excellent point. That’s what I see now too. 😀
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