Thursday Doors: Cahors (2)

More doors from Cahors, he said rhymingly.

After the helter-skelter mini-train journey that featured last week, a more leisurely approach, with a cruise on the River Lot that runs through the town and beneath the striking three-towered, medieval Pont Valentré, which is worth seeing in all its glory:

Although to maintain the door theme, here’s a close-up of the middle tower:

Here’s another door halfway up a wall, taken from the mini-train:

Finally, a few more down-to-earth examples:

Thursday Doors 19 October 2017

5 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Cahors (2)

  1. Beautiful stuff. I hope you’re planning on printing and framing that first one. It belongs on display somewhere for everyone to admire.
    Gorgeous shot!

  2. Oh, yes, I want to go there. I’ll add it to my list of four millions other spots I’ve discovered through other bloggers. 🙂 I agree with Norm that the first shot is a winner!

    janet

  3. loved your rhyme – doors from Cahors – ha! and then the first photo had that reflection so it all felt mirrored and connected – the half-way up door on the wall was my fav of this post – but all were so interesting….

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