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
Texture is the word that came to mind with your photos Andrew. I could feel the flaking paint on my fingertips. I hope you didn’t have to peel all those potatoes to pay for your stay. 🙂
Thanks Sue, there were some good doors on this trip for sure. I am in South Wales right now and not a photogenic door in sight!
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You are on quite the travel extravaganza!
I loves the doors in Greece!
Oh, what gorgeous decay and textures! I must return to the Greek islands!
Oh yes, you should!
And will I still find broken down old doors?
Is that Dr Frankenstein’s back door and Igor has just dropped off two bags of brains?
Ha Ha, looks like it!
These could tell a few stories… 😀
I love these and would love to go there one day)
Put It on your ‘must do’ list. You would love it!
I absolutely will!
I’m not a fan of flaking paint. I want to sand it and then paint it.
What’s with the first photo. It looks more like a window or something with shutters because there are no stairs and it’s rather high up.
Yes, I sneaked a window in!
😀 😀 😀
Love those doors!!!
What a delightful contrast created by the two bags of potatoes, Andrew. Great photo! –Curt
People who live there are clearly big potato fans!
I like potatoes, Andrew, but those would last me for a year! –Curt
Whilst researching a post I came across an interesting fact – in the nineteenth century a working man in Ireland would eat on average fourteen pounds a day – that is a lot of potatoes, roughly equivalent to two hundred and fifty bags of potato crisps!
It’s like these beautiful doors find you!
I am lucky with doors but sometimes I have to go searching!
Love the dried paint in these!
At least twenty or so coats of paint I would say!
There’s lots to love then! 😉
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