Thursday doors #22

Recently, I went for a stroll around the old medieval town of Cagnes, Le Haut de Cagnes, where I photographed lots of old doors. I shared some of them with you last week and here’s a few more. These are all in stone-built properties and again look as if they’ve been in-situ since Medieval times.

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).


28 Comments on “Thursday doors #22

  1. My blogging pal Andrew has a “door fetish” especially in Spain. We’ve recently developed one for chimneys but not posted yet!

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      • I did shop fronts once, I might restart that. But actually we found it a very good focus for exploring cities around Europe, one day windows, another day doors etc.

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      • I love old shop fronts particularly where it’s a business that’s been there for years.

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      • I’ve “collected” quaint olde English ones and French brasserie fronts in the past. Off to Chinon next month, might resurrect it.

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    • It’s a great idea of Norm’s and hugely popular. We get posts of doors from all over the world.

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    • I like to imagine all the people who’ve passed across their thresholds


  2. Sorry for the very tardy visit Sheree, this weekend was kinda crazy.
    The second one is my favourite from an aesthetic point of view but the other two are full of mood and mystery. They also both seem unusually short, or perhaps just the perspective?
    In any case: nice shots!

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    • No, they are short. The French around here aren’t very tall and I assume a few hundred years ago they were even shorter! No 2’s my favourite too.

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