Last weekend we went to a ‘brocante’ (an antiques fair, although in reality it’s more like a car-boot sale with ideas above its station) in the nearby village of Blond. There wasn’t a great deal of interest on the stalls, but I did spot a few more doors that I had missed on previous forays.
This first one is nice enough…
…although the one right next to it is far more interesting:
It’s quite common to see matching doors and shutters on houses in rural France, although usually in rather brighter colours than in this instance:
At this time of year wisteria is flowering everywhere, which provides an attractive counterpoint to many photographic subjects. Even gates…
…and unkempt shutters:
Thursday Doors 25 April 2019
The yellow shutters with purple wisteria are an eye-catching combination!
Wow, the wisteria – phenomenal blooms! Even though it looks abandoned, I also love your second capture very much. Haven’t seen your blog for a while – hope you are doing okay!
Thank you. I am doing fine – I just ran out of doors. Hoping to get to some new places this summer.
Love the wisteria…and everything else. It reminds me so much of the part of France where I visit (and will be visiting again in July.) 🙂
Such pretty doors. The shot of the gray one with all those shutters is classic small old country town.
The blooming flowers bring warm thoughts of spring 🙂