Thursday Doors, July 13 2017

Since I’m off to where it all started this weekend, have a compilation of Slovenian doors.

All of these were taken in 2015 or earlier, when I was not (yet so) dedicated to doors. Still, I was already posting them and you may recognise a few. Some of them have emotional value. The last one was sent in recently by my latest visitor upon witnessing my door habit, to lure me to Izola on the coast to see this beauty for myself. Might just do. Thank you, Nastja.

Slovenians, see you all soon, as for all the others, I won’t be as present around here, even though I know that old habits die hard. Have a great summer! (Or winter, as the case may be. Brrr!)

Photo: © signature mmm (except the last one)

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.

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28 Comments Add yours

  1. dweezer19 says:

    You always have such beautiful and diverse doors. Reminds me of Costa Rica. So much color!

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    1. Thank you, Cheryl. 🙂 Costa Rica, wow! Never been even close. I’m attracted to colour like some bee.

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  2. dweezer19 says:

    I know what you mean! There is tons of it there too. So much flora!

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    You’ve got some beautiful doors in here today. I like a foot where dogs are welcome. I like the next to the last photo the best, the one with the tiny door on the wall on the side of the door.

    Have a great trip.

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    1. Thank you, Dan. Plenty of good times to you too.

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  4. Dan Antion says:

    A door where dogs are welcome, not a foot. Although Maddie like to lay with her head resting on my foot, so maybe…

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    1. Oh yes, thanks, I was just about to go and check where I left a foot in. 😀

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  5. The door with the jellyfish and starfish made me smile. The third and fourth ones also stood out for me. Enjoy whatever you’ll be doing the rest of this summer. I’ll miss much of August, as I’ll be going to the mountains of Wyoming. Not many doors there, but lots of scenery, relaxation, and horseback riding.

    janet

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    1. Thank you, Janet. Your August sounds most excellent. As for the door, I thought “not many doors there” in the past and then I was always surprised. 😉

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      1. Since we’re in the mountains, there aren’t even many cabins around. But I like that. Of course, the cabins have doors, so that will work for at least one post.

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  6. Norm 2.0 says:

    Red & Green #13 stood out for me in yet another wonderful collection.
    Safe travels and enjoy the rest of your summer my friend 😀

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    1. Thank you, Norm! You too!

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  7. joey says:

    Ooh, I love the seascape inset. I don’t even like warm colors and I’m not even fond of sea themes, but it’s so original, I’m charmed 🙂
    Great blue doors, too.

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    1. Oh, Joey, they got you too? Good. 😉 Thank you!

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  8. So many gorgeous doors! I want to visit there. LOL! I love your amore’s look on the side image of this post.

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    1. Thank you, Deborah. 🙂 You are always welcome to visit. It’s so small that in a week you see it all. 😉 He is very expressive, yes, hihi.

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  9. ianbcross says:

    Fantastic doors in Ljubljana

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    1. Thank you, Ian. Ever been in Slovenia? It’s small and cosy.

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  10. jesh stg says:

    Ljubljana must be one of these grand old cities – love what you’re showing here. Even though simple, I love the door with the sea creatures, and the last door seen from a great angle (your uncle?)

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    1. Thank you, Jesh. Oh yes, it is old, it was called Emona in Roman times. A bit like Vienna, Budapest and Prague. The last door? You mean the first one, the blue one on the left? (Maybe the phone is showing it differently than my laptop.) This is my amore. 😀

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  11. JT Twissel says:

    My goodness! What an assortment. Love the jellyfish doors! Make you wonder if you open the door, will you be flooded by seawater!

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    1. Thank you, Jan! Well, the sea is just opposite it, so you can keep it in check. 😉

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  12. Lovely collection of doors. I especially like the grand Križanke Church door. I’m also partial to photos with Bestia in them and any place that is dog friendly. Donna

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    1. Oh, thank you, Donna, I like hearing about your preferences, they sound much like mine. 😉

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  13. Susanne says:

    So many beautiful doors and gates. How fortunate to live in an old country rich with history and comings and goings through ancient doors. Your photos always make me smile and wish I could hop across the pond for a visit.

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    1. Oh, Susanne, this is the greatest response I could hope for. And what is a pond for someone like you who I know likes to hop. Always welcome! 🙂

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  14. awtytravels says:

    I know, we’re not talking about doors but… your dog is absolutely lovely!

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    1. Hehe, the dog and the doors are both represented almost equally, I’d say. He is so active in our family life: he expresses dissent or consent, gives suggestions (ok, bordering on commands) and sprinkles love everywhere. Perfect family member.

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