Thursday Doors, Malta

Mdina Door

A door in Mdina, the Silent City and before Valletta was once the capital of Malta.

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).

 

24 responses to “Thursday Doors, Malta

  1. If that door could talk you just know it would have amazing tales to tell

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  2. I’ve been having enormous problems with WordPress recently. I usually receive an email to say that somebody has posted something and I can read it there and then.
    For some reason, though, the “Manage” facility has been wiping clean my request for emails for just some of the people I follow, but not all. That is why I have not read your blog for a short while, but I am working on it. Had it been everybody who was wiped clean I would probably have spotted it!

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  3. Great door.. Loved Malta cities but not sure I would return.. So dry and I do love my hiking.. 😉

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  4. A door with history….

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  5. Thought-provoking door and nice composition incorporating the tree

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  6. Really good door and excellent composition.

    janet

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  7. I love the air of dilapidation and the way the tree leans into the curve of the door.

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  8. That tree next to the door really goes hand in love to make a great shot.

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  9. It’s so fun to see that you have caught Norm’s bug and joined in. It seems like he found something many of us have in common: an appreciation for doors. Don’t you think we notice doors even when we’re not thinking of Norm’s challenge? Your capture here is beautiful. As Derrick said, the composition is great.

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  10. So much character in that door!

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