Doors and Windows of 2015
Sardinia – Doors and Windows
Brittany – Doors and Windows
Blue Doors of Essaouira
Doors of Catalonia 1
Doors of Catalonia 2
Doors of Catalonia 3
Doors of Catalonia 4
Doors of Dublin
Doors of Northern France
Doors of Portugal
Doors of Siguenza, Spain
Andrew the red door makes me wonder if their was some door kicking going on at some point. What do you think? Great collection of images.
I thought it was a cat flap!
A very old cat.
One of my favorite countries to visit and also one of my favorite subjects to post on Pinterest. I love old doors. With the history behind them, if these doors could talk….what wonderful tales they would tell.
One of my favourite picture subjects too,
Do you happen to have a place in the world you would like to visit – BUT – have NOT yet seen?
There is a lot of World left out there!
I’m with Sue on the red door. Seems this isn’t a cat flap, Andrew, (I know you’re kidding) but I bet there was a cat fight! Or, more likely, the lady of the house wouldn’t let hubby in when he came home soused and he kicked the door in frustration.😀
That red door is really sad and neglected. The third picture with the pale blue isn’t much better😦
and someone was living behind it!
i love all these doors
Greek doors are still my favourite!
They are so decrepit. Have you taken these pictures in Lisbon?
These doors were down on the Algarve, Victor.
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