Thursday Doors: Mortemart

Mortemart, about a twenty-minute drive from here at Tranquility Base, is listed as being among the most beautiful villages in France, according to the association Les Plus Beaux Villages de France. It’s all a matter of individual taste, of course, and personally I don’t think it’s a patch on Montrol-Sénard, which is another five minutes up the road and has made many appearances on this blog, and not just on the theme of doors.

However, it does have a few interesting doors, including this one, my particular favourite. Who can resist a ‘two-tone’ example that also boasts a ‘door within a door’?

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or a long disused one like this:

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Or even this more prosaic example:

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Thursday Doors 18 August 2016

6 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Mortemart

  1. You found some some gorgeous material to work with this week. The rusted kick-plates on the first shot really caught my eye.

  2. Old doors…lovely! The two-toner is fairly quirky, you must have had to stoop to get through the inner door….

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