Moving on from Saint-Barbant, this is – depending on the direction of approach – either the first or last house in Saint-Martial-sur-Isop. Either way, it’s right on the border between the two communes:
It’s a shame that this little door, being set back from the surrounding buildings, rather hides its light under a bushel, because it’s a lovely colour:
However, this has always been my favourite door in Saint-Martial:
This smaller image may give a better idea of the scale:
And it looks like they may have shared a pot of paint with their neighbours:
Enough to do the side door and window too:
And finally for this week, another green door. This one is on the Mairie:
Thursday Doors 15 June 2017
Feel as though I’ve toured a miniature town! Your colorful photos have fooled my eyes with the teeny tiny scale that I am certain is not truly as small as it appears to be.
Thank you. They are not so much tiny as ‘cosy’. But there are some full-size doors in the village as well – as will be seen next week.
A lovely collection with some great colours this week. That blue one is so pretty.
Nicely done 🙂
As always, a beautiful selection of old buildings and doors.
Thank you. I try….and there’s no shortage of subject matter.
Beautiful. The kind of beauty one can tolerate for a long time, just sighing 🙂 The greens have it today.