Thursday Doors: Noirlac

Last month we went on a day’s outing by coach with a local group. In the afternoon we visited an ornate chateau (watch this space…) but we began at the restored Cistercian Abbey at Noirlac, in central France.

A slightly different take on ‘doors within doors’:

If anything, the interior is even more impressive:

Although the requirements of modern life can sometimes be a little jarring (that silver column is an air-conditioning unit, I think):

And it’s always nice to see the backs of doors:

Thursday Doors 13 July 2017

4 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Noirlac

  1. Love ’em all! I really like what you did with the doors within doors. The doors in that first shot looks so small compared to the rest of the building. 🙂

    janet

  2. I really liked that first one but they are all gorgeous shots. The lighting, the muted tones, the mood, this all brought me back to my visit to The Cloisters in NYC last year.
    Wonderful post 🙂

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