The gift that keeps on giving – another selection of doors from the recently discovered cache of photographs I took in the town of Perigueux last year.
It seems to be a quite popular thing to have doors made of asymmetric lengths of wood, which must be an OCD nightmare:
Those two have obviously recently had a fresh coat of varnish, which you couldn’t say for this:
Two contrasting doors side by side:
I admit, this shot is more about the autumnal colours (it was taken last October) than the door, but there’s definitely one in there:
However, this is my favourite from this week’s gallery:
Thursday Doors 22 August 2019
Hi, I’m new to your blog and look forward to perusing your other door posts. Where in the world is Perigueux? It’s lovely. I love the secret garden door with the vines hanging down.
Hi. Perigueux is in south west France (although in the north eastern part of that region, if that makes any sense. The Dordogne département, to be more specific. It is a market town with a very well-preserved medieval centre, as you can tell by some of the doors. It is indeed lovely.
Beautiful wooden doors!
I’m not that much of a stickler for order and symmetry but even I find the first two a little visually off-putting; an OCD nightmare for sure 😀
I love the last one both for the colour and the disproportionate window. Excellent discoveries 🙂