Blond is another one of those picturesque villages within a half-hour’s drive from here at Tranquility Base. It’s big USP is the annual Capon Fair, which took place last Sunday. The weather wasn’t great, so there were by no means as many stalls as in previous years. On the positive side, that left more gaps through which to spot some interesting doors.
The church, which is fortified, is always visible, however:
…although this side door wouldn’t stand up to much of a battering:
Just behind the church is this little stone edifice, which seems to be standing guard over a stream that’s only about a foot wide:
This is one of the doors usually obscured by market stalls:
The garage looks bigger than the rest of the house:
Artistically, this decrepit little door juxtaposes well with the stagnant green pool in front of it:
Thursday Doors 13 December 2018
Great shots. I like how the gray overcast skies just add to the eerie old world mood.
Arches within arches, lovely photos. What a great name for a village – Blond.
The shot with the old door and pool is unique.
Interesting photos! The stone church is amazing, and of course the door as well. My favorite shot though is the last one. Very nice! 😊
These are scenic, especially the first and the last.