As always I wonder what happened behind those doors over the years. If they could tell their tales.
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I just do it to tease you Sue!
Haha well it’s working. 🙂
Photographers always like the run down with character – they are great photos but in a way sad that they are in this state
It is a great shame. The classical Venetian mansions on Syros island are in a serious state of disrepair and it is too expensive to restore them.
Sad but a place to return?
Some places I return to quite quickly but I don’t think Syros. There are so many other islands to visit!
Oh, wow! What beautiful decay!
These grand mansions need saving Sue. If I had the money…
Love doors and windows! These are great!
Glad you liked them. Thanks for stopping by, I appreciate it!
Great photos. I love old doors and windows.
So photogenic, thanks for stopping by!
Like Sue, I always wonder what’s behind door, closed to those on the outside. I look at doors and windows like these and want to get out the sander, clean them up and paint them like new. I know they’re rundown due to shortage of money. Still, I want to fix them. Interesting photos, though, Andrew.
No need to go to all that trouble Tess, just replace them with triple glazed UPVC! HaHa
Hadn’t thought of THAT. 😀 Replacing would cost so much more.
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I just love these old doors and windows, so beautiful!
Thanks, me too, one of my favourite subjects!
I should trade you some Portuguese ones. I like these 🙂
I can do some swaps, no problem!
These weather beaten doors are what give a place character and intrigue. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!
I like quirky arty photos. I have just started a poetry blog with WordPress in case you have time to look…
I took a peek and followed.
If you like doors I have many… https://apetcher.wordpress.com/2016/10/12/greek-islands-more-doors/
Thanks – I really like the door with the bags of potatoes outside the front. Very rustic 🙂
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