Thursday Doors, April 21

This is the second part of Capalbio doors. The first was here, and the third will come eventually. Can’t help it – there are only doors there. Well, and arches and stairs and narrow alleys, all of which is represented below.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge.


    1. Oh, Susanne, what a lovely thing to say, you mean of my door posts or generally? I have a door post every Thurdsay (together with everybody else for Norm’s Thursday Doors challenge). Not that I wish to dis my own post, but there have been even more varied doors in the past. In any case, I’m glad you approve!

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    1. Thank you, Norm! Funny thing about the first one is when I said: “Oh, I love it that there are four doors together like that!” Upon which mom and sister started laughing and I realised that only two of the four were actual doors.

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  1. this is probably the greatest post on doors I’ve seen! The first one is strange, going uphill, and with that modern planter sitting there amongst the ancientness of rock! I also really like the last photo with all the detail and vines and stuff!

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  2. Fabulous ! I love the theme, the grouping and the flow of these photos one to the next. Israel? France? So many of them are evocative of different places for me. Very painterly, you clearly have a good eye!

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    1. Oh, Peta, thank you! The painter in me is blushing because surely has never been summoned before 😉 Yes, this Etruscan country here is truly ancient. There is a town close by, Pitigliano, that is called “little Jerusalem”. Going there again this weekend… More doors! Yeah!


  3. What an amazing bonanza of doors you’ve uncovered!! The one my eyes keep going back to has the long staircase with the flowerpots. Every detail about this scene is interesting including the archway and the continuation of the alley beyond. I want to walk down that alley 🙂

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