Thursday Doors – November 5, 2015

Have you met my guest blogger, Norm Frampton, this month?  If not then check out the guest post he wrote where he gives lots of fantastic tips and advice about photography.

Norm also runs a photo challenge every week entitled Thursday Doors.  I’ve taken lots of photos for the challenge but have never got around to participating.  Whenever I go out I’m always stopping and taking photos of doors and thought it about time I joined the challenge.

Here’s my first Thursday Doors photo.

Thursday Doors

Don’t you think this looks like a happy door?  Look at those big eyes in the glass panes and its letterbox as its mouth.  I can imagine this door leading to a happy house and a happy household.

Fancy joining in the fun and participating?  Head over to Norm’s blog and he’ll explain what you need to do.

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99 comments

      1. Thanks Hugh, we did have a lovely weekend and hope you did too. I’ll be back to read your latest post later on today. Still playing catch up…always, methinks 🙂 xx

  1. This was a great first Thursday’s Doors post, Hugh. I liked it and it does make me smile. All kinds of little details! Fun addition to the gang. I don’t link up with Norm, but give him credit! 🙂 I am featuring a “happy cafe” door on my blog today, delicious food included. ♡

    1. Thank you so much. I’m glad the door makes you smile. Most people seem to think that it is a ‘happy’ door. I’ve been meaning to participate in Norm’s challenge for ages and am so pleased I finally made it.

    1. I’ve been meaning to join in the challenge for weeks now, Norm. If only you could see all the pictures of doors on my computer hard-drive. I’ve enough for the next 12 months, but I’ll still be taking photos of more doors. It’s a fun challenge and I’ll certainly be back with more doors for you.

    1. Yes, I think they are. They looked like dimples, as if somebody had dropped a stone into some still water and then watching the ripples. I think it’s quite well protected being under than small porch but I’m sure it needs a pressure hose on it from time to time.

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