Thursday Doors – June 2, 2016

Having just returned from a lovely holiday, I find that I have come back with lots of photos of doors.

Such as this one…

Thursday Doors - June 2, 2016

Taken in the sailing town of Dartmouth, on the South Coast of Devon in the UK, I think it’s a great choice of door for the area. What do you think? Do you like it?

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  1. Such a great door but had to LOL at the sign at the bottom (after advising customers of the craftsmanship involved, the owner uses a black marker pen to scratch out the phone number and handwrites in the new number).

    1. Yes, it’s not exactly in keeping with the artwork of the door is it? It’s a bit like a local gardener I know who advertises his gardening services on the garden gate that opens up to an overgrown garden.

  2. The English seem to love decorating their homes in the fashion of churches as far as their entrance doors are concerned, albeit with wordly motives.

  3. Hope you guys had a wonderful vacation. The door is lovely and seems very appropriate to me, Hugh. For a second there, I even thought the handle was a fish pointing upward, but on second (and third and), I don’t think it is. Great shot, Hugh!

  4. You’ll have to go back in the dark and ask the owner to switch the lights on – I bet it looks even better lit up, all those blues and greens. I hope you enjoyed a cream tea or two on your holidays 🙂

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