The town of Chabanais stands on the Vienne river in the neighbouring département of Charente.
It’s about a 45-minute drive from Tranquility Base and we used to go there quite regularly for pub quizzes – until the pub in question closed down abruptly and without explanation (the inevitable rumours suggested that this may have had something to do with tax payments, or absence thereof).
So I hadn’t really seen the town in the daytime until recently, when we visited on a Saturday morning. While Madame did her thing with the quilting group, I slouched off with my camera in search of more doors for your delectation.
Although there’s not much left of the old parts of the place, it can still boast a few interesting doors, so my quest wasn’t entirely fruitless.
As it turns out, most of these images form natural pairs, such as these green doors:
And then there were these:
Two adjacent doors:
And even this single door is a double door, if you see what I mean:
Thursday Doors 9 November 2017
Those first two might have gotten a deal on paint together. 🙂 I like that last set.
Once again, some beautiful old French doors. Thanks.
I like that armored look in several of them. I think the 2nd one is my favorite! Great set of doors!
That last one #11 is my winner for this week. Another lovely collection – well done 🙂
Love all this stud work in your French doors….and the last one is very different, but rather lovely…
A wonderful group of doors – not a waste at all!
Nice collection of doors. I always enjoy seeing old weathered buildings and doors! The aged green doors set against the stone buildings are my favorites.
Lovely. Quilting sounds nice but I choose doors. 🙂
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