Tag Archives: Belgium
It may be cool, damp, and rainy in New England, but memories of Bruges, Belgium, are still warm and inviting when I go digging through my files for doors. My pulse still quickens at these beautiful buildings, interesting windows, nice assortment … Continue reading
I was feeling nostalgic this Thursday and pulled a beautiful door from Bruges, Belgium. Do the Europeans know how to do a front door or what? 🙂 ** Blue and White Label: Emblem for marking protected objects per the Hague Convention of 1954. … Continue reading
Fun is small word but with all kinds of opportunities. I like cows. This could probably be traced back to my childhood summers spent on my grandparents’ small dairy farm. On our trip to the Benelux Countries last year, I … Continue reading
How about a house number from Bruges, Belgium – 1815. When you walk down the street as a resident or visitor in Bruges, you are surrounded by the beautiful architecture of the past. However, when you move through some of the … Continue reading
On this beautiful, sunny, warm Thursday, I thought some handsome double doors from Bruges, Belgium, would be just the collection to share. If there is one thing the European cities know how to do, it is doors made of sturdy wood, handsome … Continue reading
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