Thursday Doors

Happy Thursday. I hope life in general and Mother Nature in particular is treating you well.

I have to admit I haven’t been on a doorscursion since I got back from SC, but a gardening friend is getting ready to head to England to take in a few of their amazing spring garden shows so it got me to thinking about doors I’ve captured while traveling.

I reached back into the albums to find some, and I was able to take a trip down memory lane that was quite enjoyable.

Top left to right and around to the center: Β Bruges, Ireland, Venice, France, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, England, and Brussels.

Do you have any travel plans on your horizon because these doors sure have me thinking?

Linked to Norm Frampton’s world of Thursday Doors, April 12, 2018.

About Judy @ NewEnglandGardenAndThread

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

  1. KerryCan says:

    You’ve been to wonderful places and seen spectacular doors!

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  2. Vicky says:

    Some lovely international doors there!

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  3. debrapugh says:

    A beautiful collection !

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  4. Sandra says:

    travel is not in my vocabulary, but i do love seeing what travelers see.. this has beautiful doors and the thing i noticed the most is ALL those Windows. wow! that is a lot of windows

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    You have traveled to some amazing places, Judy. Isn’t it fun to look back through photos and realize “oooh, a door!” – I hope it’s getting warmer in NH.

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  6. Murphy's Law says:

    Great doors, but the buildings themselves are what intrigue me. What wonderful memories you have. The window washers in these places must make a fortune!! Lol.

    No travel for me. I’ll let you do it and ride along in my Lazy-Boy! Where are we going next? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    πŸ”ΉGingerπŸ”Ή

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  7. The very best doors and doorways are in Dublin and Florence.(According to me, that is….)
    They’re splendid.

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  8. Laurie Graves says:

    Fabulous doors! And no where you go, there they are.

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  9. Norm 2.0 says:

    It’s always fun to look back and recall some of the places we’ve been. I’m sure looking at these brings back a lot of fond memories, and yes it always gets me itching to go exploring again.
    Back to Nova Scotia for us this summer, with my Mom this time and we’re working on Italy in the fall. Lots of doors on the horizon πŸ™‚

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  10. Joyce says:

    From the earliest cave days, we’ve all needed doors to get in and out of the places that keep us safe and warm…next to the need for oxygen and food, there’s DOORS we have to have!
    I love seeing the elegant beauty of your European treasures – sooo envy your trip to the Louvre!

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  11. Amy says:

    I haven’t been on any recent doorscursions either, but I head to the UK in May and hope to come back with plenty. πŸ˜‰

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  12. I always have travel plans, Judy, and I certainly enjoyed your little trip here!!

    janet

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  13. jesh stg says:

    It would not surprise me that only if you started looking at the places where you’ve been, you discover the doors on your photos, whereas before you’ve seen the scenes as places, cities, streets, buildings. Great collection Judy!

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  14. Ally Bean says:

    Beautiful photo montage. Should I ever travel again I’ll be on the lookout for doors, but at this point we have no vacation plans for this year. I’ll enjoy your door photos instead.

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  15. slfinnell says:

    Would love to visit Bruges being it’s related to crochet lace of course πŸ™‚ Maybe someday?

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  16. Suzanne says:

    Beautiful collection of doors and memories.Departing on Sunday for a month long tour that will take us to Bermuda, Portugal, UK, Germany, and the Netherlands. I will be on the look out for amazing doors and tulips!.

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  17. joey says:

    A lovely grouping πŸ™‚
    I am unsure about travel plans, but we plan to have travel plans of the weekend sort several times in the next 4-5 months.

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  18. Venice has the best doors! I’d love to go back there…

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  19. Joanne Sisco says:

    After seeing your photos, I WISH I had travel plans!!

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  20. Rupali says:

    Lovely selection of doors Judy.

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  21. germac4 says:

    Lovely doors Judy & Venice was a big favourite of mine. We are going to Swizerland & Austria …in a couple of months time…. Meanwhile I’m sworn off chocolate so I can sample plenty in those two countries.. πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  22. What a lovely collection and a nice way to reminisce. We just returned yesterday from a few days at the Gold Coast where we went to three Commonwealth Games events. It was fantastic. Next, we are heading to Canada, later in the year, to see our daughter in Toronto. Yay!

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  23. Oddment says:

    How beautiful! I do appreciate how you’ve taught me to look at doors! I don’t have travel plans, but I have travel memories. In ancient times (1970), I went to Europe, fulfilling a childhood dream, and germac4’s comment above brought back my memories of Austria, where I did the slack-jawed tourist thing in Salzburg with a pastry in each hand — and I wasn’t one bit embarrassed. Ah, Austria and chocolate! Well, actually, anywhere and chocolate! Thanks for the world tour!

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  24. reocochran says:

    Well, I loved this tour of Europe, including England and Bruges. I may not be looking at the correct blog, since I thought​ you had hanging barn doors in a hotel photo. See you soon, Judy! πŸ™‚ Memory fading as the night is rather late. . .

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