Thursday Doors, September 15

Isn’t it nice that you can always count on Norm and Thursdays and doors? Just in time too, so that I can go in search of new ones. These are from the last roaming with uncle in May.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

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  1. Joanne Sisco says:

    As I was reading this post, I was sure the first photo would be my favourite with its richness in apparent symbolism.
    … but then I hit the plain wooden door with the stone walk-up surrounded by flowers (this seems to always be a favourite of mine). Then the very next one blew me away with bestia in front of the gate surrounded by decaying walls.
    *sigh* your door posts always seem to take us on an European adventure 🙂

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    1. Hehe, Joanne, I like this effect. Yes, I know, Europeans, we have it easy. I just have to step outside and then so often I don’t even do this. 😉

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      1. Joanne Sisco says:

        I’m just jealous 😉

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      2. No need. You just need to get over here. 😉

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      3. Joanne Sisco says:

        Couldn’t agree more!!

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  2. Norm 2.0 says:

    Oh my these are lovely! #53 in Porto Santo Stefano is my favourite 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Norm. I’m glad I’ve included it.

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  3. I’m with Joanne: the one with the flowers going up the stairs is my favorite. The combination of door, stairs, and flowers is hard to beat.

    janet

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    1. Thanks, Janet. The town of Sovana is entirely in this way. Very much recommended!

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  4. joey says:

    All beautiful! You’d think I’d get bored of your beautiful Roman doors, but I do not. Love that set of doors up the stairs, lined with the boxes of roses and geraniums — that’s my fave here today.
    — Although I love the double brass doorknobs and the gilded monastery swirls as well 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Joey. These are not Roman, though (unless you mean that ancient Romans built them within their empire :). They are all in southern Tuscany where I live, about 1.5 h from Roma.

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      1. joey says:

        Ah, I beg pardon — I had thought they went along with the flowers.

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  5. Oh Mexi, the pink walls and flowers was the one for me! Loved It!

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    1. Thank you, Travel Lady! You must come to Sovana then!

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  6. cwaugh212 says:

    I really like Savana with the trailing leash in front of the grilled gate.

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    1. Thank you, Charles. I’m glad that I’ve included this one then, I like it too. Sovana is an OLD town and it looks like a movie set.

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  7. Dan Antion says:

    That first door is amazing. Of course you know that wooden doors and iron railings are also a favorite subject for me. Great collection!

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    1. Thank you, Dan! 🙂 You always find something for yourself, I like that. Did you see the two bridges in a recent post (A brave another world)? There are two photos with you in mind as well: of a stool and of how a bridge is fixed.

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      1. Dan Antion says:

        I need to look for that again. I’ve been in the road this week, catching up during meeting breaks, in between email.

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  8. That first photograph is very intriguing, Manja, and your dog is a-door-able.

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    1. Thank you, Jean. My uncle went into the monastery and almost came running out telling me there is a door inside I HAVE to see. 😀

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  9. dennyho says:

    A nice collection this week! And yes, I do look forward to Thursday, too.

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    1. Thank you, Danny, and for the follow. 🙂

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  10. Candy says:

    thanks for talking us along on your doo journey – each one special

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  11. Bee Halton says:

    beautiful pictures and doors. thanks for sharing 🙂

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  12. Very nice! Liked the 1st one a lot.

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