The red door at the bed and breakfast where Douglas and I stayed was so inviting. Somehow, the color made it even more so, maybe because red is the color used to portray the heart. We spent our days roaming through the historical areas of beautiful Savannah, Georgia in August. Tired and wanting nothing more... Continue Reading →
I saw this door in Elche, Spain, and loved that it was functional with the bars, but also beautiful in the surroundings. I wondered what was behind the doors, considering it has a forest for a roof. Maybe it is a quirky house or an office. Beauty and Function! Posted for Thursday Doors by Norm... Continue Reading →
I saw the door below in Quarteria, Portugal. I liked the beauty of the colors of red, green, and white. The red was especially significant, as it was the location of the local communist party. As a retired liberal, Christian sociologist (I know, it sounds like an oxymoron!), it appealed to me. The fact that... Continue Reading →
This beautiful door was seen in a town on the Costa Blanca in Spain. The two colors caught my eye, as most doors are only one color. I wish I had taken a better picture, to capture the top of the door, but I was too caught up in his uniqueness. It was a piece... Continue Reading →
These two garage doors in a small town in Portugal were so whimsical that we could not resist photographing them. I don't think the message is "Beware of the Dog," as these two seem like cuties. Great art, though. Isn't he adorable? This one is a little scary, but cute.
The doors of these changing rooms for tourists and beach lovers at the beach near where we stayed in Alicante, Spain were too beautiful not to photograph. I meant to look inside but never remembered to do so. Oh, to have the mind of a 40 year old! The red was my favorite, although green... Continue Reading →
I saw so many beautiful doors on apartments and churches while traveling in Spain, and I remembered the door challenge. Here are a few of them. There were studded doors. There were a garage door that was simply beautiful. I couldn't speak the language but I knew not to park there.... Continue Reading →