Red door furniture in Old Lisbon Street

An Old Red Door in Lisbon.

It’s been while since I posted on Norm’s Thursday Doors. Its not that I haven’t been photographing doors; far from it!  On my trips this year I’ve come back with hundreds of pictures to delight the door-lover in me.  I should have stockpiled enough to last me through winter when Read more…

Palma Doors 2

Painted Doors in Palma.

Garage doors with style! I found these fabulous painted doors in the oldest part of the Mallorcan capital, Palma. No more words necessary……I think they speak for themselves.               If you’d like to see some red doors click here. If you prefer blue doors Read more…

Thursday Doors: Valletta and Mdina

Red Doors, Blue Doors, Green Doors For this week’s Thursday Doors I’ve found some new pictures from our first trip to Malta which was in 2014. This magnificent door was in Mdina, Malta’s “Silent City”:   A detail of the red door:   This blue door is the door to Read more…

Knaresborough: A Phantom Door cottage

Knaresborough: An Illusory Pink Door

All is not what it seems in Knaresborough….. I spotted this wonderfully vibrant door when I was heading to the market in the town square. I did laugh when I got close enough to photograph it:         Some things in Knaresborough are real…. …….like this view from Read more…

KNARESBOROUGH: Castle Yorkshire

KNARESBOROUGH: A 12th Century Castle

Knaresborough Castle Knaresborough Castle in Yorkshire stands high on a cliff above the River Nidd. The castle was first built by a Norman baron in c. 1100 on a cliff above the River Nidd. There is documentary evidence dating from 1130 referring to works carried out at the castle by Henry Read more…

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