Tag Archives: Belgium
Over the past couple of weeks, the beautiful country of Belgium has been in the news. The reports have struck terror in our hearts as well as all kinds of other emotions. My husband and I were lucky to have visited … Continue reading
This beautiful brown door is from our time in Bruges, Belgium, where they estimate a mere 5 million people visit each year to experience the beautiful canals, cobblestone streets and medieval buildings. The ironwork on and surrounding this door is amazing. Besides the scroll … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
This door is from our time spent in Bruges, Belgium. It’s massive, has a smaller door within for easy access, nice strapping hardware, lines in the wood, and the huge wreath tops it off. And, it sits behind an iron gate. … Continue reading
Beautiful isn’t it? In May, I encountered this handsome door while walking around Bruges, Belgium. Its transom window is quite large capturing the neighboring house in reflection while the wreath on the door is pretty and softens the lines, glass, and heavy … Continue reading
Elizabeth Barrett Browning said it best – How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I stopped at this door in Bruges (Brugge in Dutch) and wondered if someone would call the police about a woman lingering outside … Continue reading
I walked past these doors in Bruges and had to stop. Two black doors, side-by-side, but design worlds apart. Doors – they really are interesting. 🙂 Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors.