A quick preview of my stories about recent travels to the Greek Islands…
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
Fabulous photos – love doors, old, worn-out doors that can talk of life, so much living 😀
I always the imagine the stories they would be able to tell!
ooh, i love these old doors and they always draw me in wondering about the stories behind them as well –
There were some good examples of old doors on this trip for sure!
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I used to have a whole house like that but I had to sand it all down and paint it creme.
I expect it looked nice when you had finished?
I especially like the middle one
There is a lot of paint on that door. Thanks for the comment.
Always like your door blogs, Andrew. Like you, my camera comes out when I see an interesting door. Color, shape, texture, age… and whatever lurks behind them is fascinating. –Curt
Thanks Curt, doors are one of my favourite subjects.
Looking forward to the main event! Please please tell me there will be an itinerary post. 🙂 ‘Three weeks in the Greek Islands-where to go!” 🙂
That’s a good idea Sue but just for you our journey took us to Mykonos and then to Amorgos, Naxos, Ios, Syros and then back to Mykonos for a flight home.
Sounds fabulous. Writing that down for future reference. 🙂
Sue, you two must go to Greece and when you do I volunteer to be your travel guide.
Love your doors, and love your system of putting them in folders related to the country in which you found them.
Just makes it a whole lot easier when I need to find them again. A habit learned in civil service employment!
What is it about doors that makes them so appealing? And the more worn they are, the more they beckon you to step inside! Anita
Wonderfully photogenic and full of secrets!
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