Posted on August 23, 2019
A covered wooden walkway on the island of Burano, in the Venetian lagoon.
Posted on August 22, 2019
The gift that keeps on giving – another selection of doors from the recently discovered cache of photographs I took in the town of Perigueux last year.
It seems to be a quite popular thing to have doors made of asymmetric lengths of wood, which must be an OCD nightmare:
Those two have obviously recently had a fresh coat of varnish, which you couldn’t say for this:
Two contrasting doors side by side:
I admit, this shot is more about the autumnal colours (it was taken last October) than the door, but there’s definitely one in there:
However, this is my favourite from this week’s gallery:
Thursday Doors 22 August 2019
Posted on August 21, 2019
Frank’s challenge this week has the theme of key. Rather rarer than the locks or keyholes that they marry up with, but I did find this impressive set, which must once have belonged to the chatelaine, in an old house in the Dordogne which is now a museum.
Posted on August 17, 2019
The eye-level architecture was impressive enough, but where could it be more appropriate and rewarding to look up than in a church like this one in Azay-le-Ferron?
Posted on August 15, 2019
Another instalment from Perigueux of doors with fading charms.
This must have been quite a grand house once upon a time:
A couple of doors glimpsed from other doorways:
Two doors AND the inside of a shutter, all in one:
And a door within a door. with some interesting nailwork:
And finally a comparatively prosaic example:
Thursday Doors 15 August 2019
Posted on August 14, 2019
There’s an abstract, almost painterly feel to this image of trees reflected in a nearby pond:
Posted in response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Trees
Posted on August 13, 2019
This stall in the stables at Chateau de la Riviere, near Pompadour, was empty when I took this photograph. Was it a case of closing the stable door after the horse had bolted?