This week, another selection of doors from the town of Pompadour, in central France.
To begin with, three doors for the price of one in this photo, taken from the inside of the Chapel St-Blaise
This is a great door – such a shame that somebody saw fit to park their car right outside it. Honestly, some people…
Two contrasting doors next to each other:
Rather grander, this one:
Next week, given that Pompadour – as the home of the French National Stud – is a very horsey kind of place, a selection of stable doors (both before and after the horse has bolted).
Thursday Doors 6 June 2019
Great post. The home in the last shot is simply gorgeous. Any idea how old that place is?
I can only imagine what it must look like inside.
That set of doors in the first photo is a lovely composition.
Love the angle of your first shot! And the last brick building is quaint:)
These are all great. I love the house in the shot, but the composition in the first one is just wonderful. Well done.
I love the three doors in one and the gorgeous scenery.
I love all of these!