Doors along Parizska Street – the most expensive shopping street in Prague – the street of Dior, Guicci, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Jimmy Choo, et al. Please click on any image for a better view. Norm’s Thursday’s Doors Advertisements Continue reading Door(s) 21
Some dilapidated doors – please click on images for a better view. Thursday’s Doors Continue reading Door(s)/19 – Dilapidated
Please click on image for a better view. This door provides entrance to what was the Postkantoor (post office) at 42 Coolsingel in Rotterdam, Holland. It leads to an entrance hall with a ceiling rising to 22.5 metres (74 feet). The post office was built between 1915 and 1923. They didn’t want it to overshadow the Town Hall nearby and so situated it further from the … Continue reading Door/17 – Postkantoor
The door to the Tourist Office in Continue reading “Sunday Post: Door”
We’ve had a busy week – car shopping – always a favourite 😦 So today I have a simple post – a door for all of us door lovers. Continue reading “Casa Latina”
My Sunday Post on Monday – A dwelling in a Mayan village in Mexico. I prefer this version Continue reading “Sunday Post: Shelter”
Doors stand guard to what transpires within.
I realize that just doors may not be everyone’s ‘thing’ but they are a frequent subject for me and my camera. After visiting Adrian Pym’s site and reading Mike’s Look at Life I decided it was time for another photo essay on Doors. My first doors post is here.
The Abbaye de Lehon, France …
The Main Door, Chateau de Combourg, France … Continue reading “Just Doors 2”
During travels in the Languedoc Roussillon region of southern France, I found myself taking a lot of pictures of doors – beautiful wooden doors, often with carvings and flourishes, many of large proportions, many beautifully painted or polished. No matter the status of the attached building or home, the doors stood as a proud statement of welcome to the most grandiose as well as the humblest of dwellings. Whatever their status, they all beg the questions – who has passed through this door? And what Continue reading “The Doors”