Thursday Doors, The Greek Islands (2008)

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30 responses to “Thursday Doors, The Greek Islands (2008)

  1. All my favorite colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Those green doors are underneath some of the most optimistic lintel work I’ve ever seen. The right hand one is quite an enigma. It’s divided into three but looks so impossibly narrow. I’d love to know what each of the different combinations was used for.

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    • I think the advice is not to linger too long chatting on the doorstep.

      Maybe the three door options are for different sized people!

      I am meeting blogging pal John Corden (paolsoren) in Peterborough in February if you have a mind to join us?

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  3. Those are so wonderfully old snd such beautiful colours!

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  4. Oh, I do love these!

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  5. one of my dreams ts to go to the greek isles and see these doors firsthand –

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  6. I adore doors (lol) – these are splendid! I think the bottom greenish door triggers most imagination… what’s behind it, what will happen if I open it and peep in? The others are just gorgeous images!

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  7. I am going to the Greek Islands in September and this architecture is so photogenic! Wow the colors! Thanks for sharing!

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    • So where will you go?

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      • Oh Andrew, here is the list for next year! We are on a boat for over a month and will go to Istanbul, Turkey, then Mytilini, Greece, then Kusadasi, Turkey, then Rhodes, Greece, then Crete, then Gythion, Greece, then Mykonos, Greece, then Santorini, Greece, then three days in Athens. Then we go back to Kusadasi, Turkey, then back to Rhodes, then Cypress, then 5 days in Israel, then Alexandria, Egypt, then Malta and then ending up in Barcelona, Spain! We’ll come home pooped for sure!

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      • That is quite an itinerary and some great destinations.

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  8. Lots of aged character in these. Lovely shots Andrew 🙂

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  9. Loving the texture of these wooden doors.
    Teresa

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  10. More doors. Never can have too many, Andrew! –Curt

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