Posted on November 10, 2017
Early morning mist on the river Vienne at Chabanais (which thoughtfully also provided the inspiration for an earlier post in this weekly challenge)
Posted on November 9, 2017
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
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As the early morning mist starts to lift from the Vienne river at Chabanais, the bridge in the distance beyond the weir becomes visible.