A stark contrast with last week’s Istanbul Sliding Shed Door are these Dubai Doors for Norm’s Thursday Doors. This photo is from my archives and was taken in April, 2013 with an iPhone 4S.
Photographed this magnificent Jugendstil door a while back with Thursday Doors in my mind. And immediately forgot all about it. The twin green doors I posted last week however kick started my memory. Do check out the design of the letterbox on the right. Just gorgeous! The whole front of the house had the same … Continue reading Jugendstil Door • Thursday Doors
After the Spanish Doors extravaganza, back to some Dutch doors, Twin Doors. This is the entry for March 5, 2020 Thursday Doors. Hosted by Norm 2.0. While two totally different sets of doors, they’re in the same street rather close to each other.
‘Spanish Doors’ is the entry for February 13, 2020 Thursday Doors. Hosted by Norm 2.0. The past 10 days were spent in Cadaquès, Spain where I encountered one illustrious door after another. So not to overload this post with all the remarkable doors I found in this wonderful, ex-hippie village, here’s roughly the first third … Continue reading Spanish Doors • Thursday Doors
Barcelona Doors is my entry for this week’s Thursday Doors, which is hosted by Norm Frampton. We came across these neglected doors wandering through some of the back alleys of Barcelona. Some might call these more than a bit neglected. But just pause for a moment and try and see the sheer beauty of them. … Continue reading Barcelona Doors • Thursday Doors
More Twin Doors for Norm’s Thursday Doors. As promised… To see more of my Thursday Doors entries, click here.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors is this rather disturbing photo of what I’ve dubbed a COVID-19 door. I’ve thought about whether to post this photo or not, long and hard. But the relaxed way more than a few of us treat the quarantine rules and advice called for a hard confrontation in my case. I never … Continue reading COVID-19 Door • Thursday Doors
For Norm’s Thursday Doors are these Portico Doors Phenomena. I guess many cities have them. I found these when walking the dog in my hometown the Hague. According to Wikipedia, this kind of architecture was developed to give shelter to the elements. I do believe however there were economic forces at play at the time. … Continue reading Portico Doors Phenomena • Thursday Doors
Doors in Berlin is my entry for this week’s, 14.11.2019, Thursday Doors hosted by Norm Frampton. This majestic door is one of the two front doors of the Friedichswerdersche Kirche in Berlin. Click here to go back to the home page. And here to go to the section on Photo Challenges.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors is this fairy tale door. Having followed this challenge for some time now, I’ve seen lots and lots of doors, big and small. But I have never seen them this small… A sense of how small this ‘door’ is: Even for fairy tale standards, this is a really small door.