Bruges, Belgium, Across the Canal
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors.
Really love this photo. I’m going to check out Norm Frampton’s link also.
I loved the design of this door, rain or not. 🙂 Thursday Doors is fun so join right in.
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This is a great photo Judy. It looks like it was raining pretty hard, but those bold red doors are shining on through. I really like red doors and love the interesting transom feature on these.
WOW now that is something! I The design and color would stand out rain or shine. Just gorgeous!
Another nice find. Love the color and all the triangles in the glass. Great shot Judy 🙂
Wow, now that’s a pop of colour! Well caught 🙂
I love that it’s colour coordinated with the windows!
What a pretty door! We missed it when we have been to Brugge three weeks ago… it was raining too…
I can’t ‘read’ your blog, but I could certainly appreciate your story by following the beautiful photographs. Gorgeous.
Thank you! Due too many English speaking friends I do my blog in English as well https://geriatrixcorner.wordpress.com
Now I have seen Belgium in the rain! What a great picture and a truly wonderful door! Makes me want to go in and explore the whole place. Very cool!
So atmospheric! Nice shot. Love, love the red door!
Love the red!!!
I love the shininess of all the surfaces. Rain is beautiful if your camera doesn’t mind. Wonderful photograph, thank you!
Really intense color and the rain just makes it better.
Wow! That red really POPS! I spent years teaching kids that warm colors advance and red, in particular, REALLY advances. If I’d had this photo I might have been rewarded with something besides blank stares!
No one would dare give you a blank stare. 🙂
I have to figure out how to do this!!
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