Thursday doors #70

I rather thought I might have to scrape the barrel to find pictures of doors that haven’t previously featured in any of these Thursday posts, but no…..I have been out and about adding to my stock. These fresh doors are from my recent trip to the pretty walled village of Tourrrettes sur Loup.

Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite 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).

33 Comments on “Thursday doors #70

    • These are the doors to private homes in a medieval walled town and I agree they are not accessible. However, there are plenty of places which are in the town such as the Town Hall, shops, restaurants, churches, banks.

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  1. How gorgeous!! I adore this post.
    I love taking pictures of doors and windows.

    Doors always make me wonder if behind there is a cake on a table, waiting? And what would happen next…

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  2. Wow, all of those old stone buildings and worn cobblestone streets…the history in this place is amazing. Lovely shots 🙂

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  3. Was quite struck with the last door ….. as if it had so many mysteries to unravel ❤️❤️❤️

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    • I’m terribly tempted to knock on doors instead I often chat to people sitting outside their houses. They’re usually happy to talk sbout their property.

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  4. Lovely doors. I like seeing the open one. It looks inviting. I also really like the heavy wooden door at the start of the narrow alley.

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  5. That first door is my favorite! All of these doors look so old, what a history they must hold! Great pics as usual Sheree!😁😸📷

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