Thursday Doors

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I walked by this door in Bruges, Belgium. What caught my eye to stop and take the photo? Everything – cobblestones, various shades of blue, opaque windows, and gray stonework. It looked classy and serene.

Here’s wishing you a safe and happy weekend whether you’re basking in the sun at the beach, watching a ballgame, or working on a project. 🙂

Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors 09/03/15.

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About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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29 Responses to Thursday Doors

  1. Joyce says:

    That’s beautiful and so quaint! Looking at it feels like being alive in the days of the old masters – like the door to Vermeer’s studio, or something “way cool” like that!
    And a happy long weekend to you, too, Judy!

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  2. reocochran says:

    Oh, so beautiful cobalt blues, slate grays and the ancient look of it all. I would love to go to Bruges. I think this is perfect for our muggy, gloomy day we may have in Ohio. A day brightener, Judy.

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    For a long time, I thought red was the best color for a door. I’m beginning to think blue might be a better choice. This is such a pretty door and it just fits so well in its environment. Great choice Judy! Have a great weekend.

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  4. pbmgarden says:

    Blue doors are compelling. The height of this one makes it even more so.

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  5. Love the colors and everything about it. Beautifully presented, Judy. I keep thinking I have to join this challenge as I have some door photos in my files, but I keep forgetting.

    janet

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  6. Norm 2.0 says:

    I love it! Great find Judy – I can’t get over how well that color works 🙂

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  7. Laurie Graves says:

    True blue. My favorite color. Classy, indeed. No wonder you stopped.

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  8. I would have been drawn to this shot because of the blue. Brugge is one of my favorite small towns in Europe – one of the few that wasn’t heavily bombed during WWII.

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  9. Dawn says:

    Just lovely, Judy! So filled with time-worn charm. We’re taking time over Labor Day weekend to work on a project. So grateful for the extra time! Wishing you a great weekend, too! ♡

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  10. I think this is the best door yet ! 🙂

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  11. Sammy D. says:

    Oh yes, those blue cobblestones are a unique addition to this lovely door. I’m taken with the door frame itself – the scrollwork and edging showcase the door in the same way the ‘right’ frame shows off a painting.

    Great choice, Judy!

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  12. joey says:

    Beautiful.
    So much blue. You’d think some shade or another would clash or jar your eye, but these all sit perfectly. Well done!
    If I had never wanted to go to Belgium before, you know all these doors you post would inspire me to go!

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  13. So lovely! Figures it’s in Bruges—what seems to be one of the most beautiful spots to visit. One day I’ll find out firsthand.

    Have a fabulous weekend!

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  14. Eliza Waters says:

    Super capture, Judy. The blue-grays in various textures really strike me. Love it!

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  15. jan says:

    Wow, you’re right. The shades of blue are amazing. Great photo!

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  16. Grandma Kc says:

    That really is an amazing door and I love the shades of blue. I can’t help but wonder who or what is behind that door.

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  17. dimlamp says:

    This door has character, interesting capture.

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  18. Gorgeous door Judy, just love those colours and the beautiful stone framework 🙂

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  19. Lorrie says:

    That door is the perfect color. It fits so well with its surroundings.

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  20. Judy, I love how they used to be so ornate. This one in particular is so well matched in colour to its surrounds. Perfect!

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