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
Love these colourful doors!
Lovely, I agree. I wanted to capture the yellow one but there was always a car parked in front of it!
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Ha! I managed to get a door in Warsaw just as a car drove up and was close to obscuring it…had to change my lens and POV
There was no way around this car unless I had a lens that could take pictures around corners!
Love the doors Andrew. Why is it that in a country which is so friendly and welcoming your doors are always shut?
Interesting point Richard, I hadn’t thought about it that way!
I always wondered why the doorknobs are in the center….
I think knobs look better in the middle. A matter of aesthetics and balance.
I am a big fan of doors…they are so interesting. This is a lovely collection. (Suzanne)
Oh, I like doors, one of my favourite picture captures!
So many doors and windows, but it looks like the same floor plan. Wonderful how they make the same thing look entirely different.
All you need is a different colour paint!
You know I would love these doors! Loves the colors and the rounded tops and always flowers in the windows.
Oh, I would love to live in a house with a door like that. No matter what is behind it, just the door!
There’s nothing like a fine door to catch the eye. The green one is my favourite 🙂
The green one is a good choice. Rather classy!
All with the window at the exact spot. Again such bland doors in Canada in comparison.
I couldn’t resist this collection Sue, a whole square of beauties!
I wonder if some written or unwritten bylaw insists on different colours. 🙂
I don’t know about Ireland Sue but In the Cyclades the combination of blue and white is a legal requirement. Since 1974, by a decree passed by the ruling military government of the time (the Generals), houses have had to be painted blue and white, it is said as a patriotic gesture to represent the colours of the Greek flag. The law remains in place although some island authorities have begun to sometimes permit light ochre, pink, and some other pastel colours
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