Thursday Doors 28 Sept. 2017

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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by using the blue link-up button on Norman’s page here.

Above a huge door into Dalhousie Castle: Bonnirigg. Scotland.

Steps down to the door into the orangery and breakfast.

The door at the end of our corridor and exit from our room.

A strange little door in a hallway , locked !

 The door from our private corridor into our room.


The door into Edinburgh Castle.

Dalhousie Castle history
Edinburgh Castle

Thursday Doors: Being silly!

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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by using the blue link-up on Norman’s page here

I was in town today and I spotted this shop door it piqued  my interest and a ditty took form that demanded to be written!

             Note on the door.

Thursday Doors what can I say

I have arrived and you’ve gone away.

What has made‚Äč you disappear

To have you gone and have me here.

So I went on upon my way

Pondering where you went today.

I have not had much chance of late to find some interesting doors so here are a few not so exciting doors.

Now I wander what is behind these green doors ? I saw them last week at Greys Court last week when we went to see the the Blue Bells.

My oven, door, microwave door and slimline cupboard door …three for one photo in my kitchen. ūüėä

Finally a door with a fantastic view from our holiday in Florida back in March….. Miss it! 

Okay I have been silly enough so I promise to do better next week!! 

Thursday Doors: 4th May. RAF Memorial Runnymede.

‚ÄčThursday 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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by using the blue link-up button on Norman’s page here.

Rules and Pingback here

On Tuesday this week we visited the RAF Memorial at Runnymede. It is a truly beautiful place with truly decorative doors.

In the photo above every pillar is full of the names of male and female RAF personell who lost their lives in the war.

Even though the weather was not brilliant the views from the roof were stunning.

Thursday Doors ‚Äď January 12, 2017 Archieve assortment

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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it,¬†between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by¬†using the blue link-up button ¬†at ¬†the ¬†bottom of ¬†Norm2.0’s blog¬†

This is  my  entry  for  Thursday doors Rules  and  Pingback here 

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I am not  sure  where  this  door is  but I have a feeling it is  from Rome at  the Colosseumimg_20150907_123735221_hdr-copy

A beautiful  French  doorimg_20140908_184755154-copy

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A door  in  Royal  WindsorThank you?

This ¬†above is ¬†from Portugal, the ¬†wording ¬†above ¬†the door says “Thank You”OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

The  Church Door  at Dorney Court Near Windsor

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Another Windsor  Door

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And  finally  a room with two doors  from a stately  home  used in the  filming  of  Downton Abbey.

An assortment of  door  from  my archive I do hope  you enjoy  them !

Thursday Doors: Walk to Town.

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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it,¬†between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by¬†using the blue link-up button on Norm2.0‘s page .

Here is  my  entry, I missed  last week.

These  are  all doors  large  and  small  that I  pass every time  I  walk  to  town not far from   where I live.

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A little terrace ¬†of ¬†old ¬†cottages opposite ¬†the church…still lived in! Blue ¬†doors.

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Above  two  shots  of  the  doorway into  one of  the local  churches. This  one  is  a beautiful  stone Norman church, with  a beautiful  crematory. Grass, trees  and  wild  flowers.

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Across  the  road  a  beautiful  Tudor  Door  on a  Tudor house.

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Around  the  corner to  old  doors  one posher  than  the other.

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A lovely  modern  door  made  to  look old  and  fitting in well where it hangs on a Tudour house.

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Finally  a  Tudour  door   on a  real  Tudour  house !

 

Thursday Doors.Spinalonga

This ¬†is ¬†part of ¬†Norm2.0 ‘s Thursday ¬†doors.¬†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 on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it,¬†between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by¬†using the blue link-up button below ¬†Norm2.0 ¬†on Norm2.0 post ¬†at ¬†¬†

In 2007  we took a  trip to  Crete  and  while  there  we visited  Spinalonga  . Sinalonga  was a Leaper  colony  between  1903 to 1957 and  before  that  it  had  a  colourful  history!Read  about  it  here

a daunting entrance

Above ¬†the ¬†door ¬†by ¬†which ¬†the ¬†leapers ¬†entered … one ¬†way.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

A beautiful and  tantalising view of  the  sea  and  the  mainland  so  near yet  so far.   OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

A beautiful sky , and a beautiful  day  the  sky  framed  the  little house with  the  sturdy  brown door!a blocked up window above the arch..I wonder why?

Another  dark passage.you can't beat that

The  view  from  the  door of  our  room.

look at the colours

The ¬†doors ¬†of ¬†the ¬†houses ¬†below our hotel…. blue ¬†doors, blue ¬†sky ¬†blue sea.

Rules  and Pingback here  

 

Thursday Doors: Tudor Cottage.

Today is Thursday so it is time for Thursday doors. This is the brain child of Norm2.0. Do join in just head over to his page linked below and use the blue Linky button to read other posts and join in. 

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Now I have had hardly any time to even look at my blog today and I am out tonight so  I only have one door to share with you. 

It is the door to a Tudor Cottage near where the dog and I go for our walk . I popped across the road and asked if I could take a photo for my blog the owner  said yes . I did not like to hang about but I think the shot is good. 

So here it is. 


Can you see the ceiling brand through the window. 

I have to dash off now, I promise to do better next week!

Thursday Doors, Floral doors

This  is  part  of :Thursday Doors which is  is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing it, between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time), by using the Linky  at  rhe  bottom of  Norm2.0  blog found  here with  pinkback

The  photos  are  all doors  found in a  town near  where I  live , I took the  photos in  the  summer . The  weather  was excellent  and  the roses  were in bloom.

Not  well today  so  this just a  short  blog.

 

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Thursday Doors: Across Europe

This is part of Thursday Doors, it originates from Norm2.0.

Where does this door lead future or past. It is  actually  a castle on the Rhine  and  the door  lead  to  a herb  garden  back in  time.

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Another  door  at  the  same  castle  this  one shut  and  viewed  from the outside.

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Here is ¬†a tiny ¬†door ¬†at ¬†St Micheal’s ¬†Mount ¬†in Normandy.

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Also  some  huge  doors  at  the  Cathedral  in Cologne.

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A beautiful  door  to a  home in  Tuscany.

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Another  to a  cottage in Normandy .

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Finally  in  the  same  vein  a door  to  a home  near  by  where I  live in  England . They all are  similar all over Europe.

Rules  and Pingback  here 

Thursday Doors. Sardinia

This ¬†is ¬†part ¬†of ¬†Norm2.0‘s ¬†Thursday Doors.

Rules  and Ping back  here .

Today  has been a  really  busy  day  and I  have been  so  busy   that  I have only  had  time  to  dig out  some  photos  of  door  from a visit  to  Sardinia  June 2007. This  is  a very  short  blog  as I only  have a few  minutes to  spare.

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The Church at Langiseno opposite  the police station

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This Door  was  consecrated by  Pope Honorious 111 in  1221 and is  walled up on  the  inside 

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This  is a church  we  found in  the  mountains  .

The  church  was  carved into  the  mountainside in  the  middle of  nowhere .

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The  view  approaching  the  church. 

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and  this  is  the  view  across  the  valley  from  the  door at  the back of  the church. 

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