Her is my contribution to this week’s Door Post challenge, started by SteveSays.net and promoted by Norm2.0. Take a look at their blogs, there are wonderful posts there.
This week, I am posting a door that, to be honest, I do not know where it is or what castle it belongs to…but I ran across it and was intrigued. Who doesn’t love an awesome ornate red door with magnificent hardware? Enjoy! And Blessings and Love to All!
I have come to look forward to these Thursday Door Posts that I came across on SteveSays.net and Norm 2.0. They have some wonderful posts on their sites so go take a look. Here is my contribution for this week…a unique door in the Salse-le-Chateau in southern France. I am particularly enamored with the castles in France and England, and planning a castle hopping trip for next year actually. I can’t wait! Enjoy!
I am enjoying this Thursday tradition of posting pictures of interesting doors started by Norm 2.0. I am passionate about castles…I know I have lived in one or two in some lifetime or other…so I had been collecting pictures of castles and their unique and wonderful doors for a long time.
Here is my contribution to this weeks tradition. It is a fantastic door in the Vysehrad Castle in Prague. Just spectacular! Hope you enjoy. Blessings!
A few weeks ago, I learned from fellow blogger thephilfactor.com about a weekly Thursday post tradition that blogger Norm 2.0had started sharing pictures of unique doors. I became intrigued, so here is my second offering to the Thursday Door Posts.
I recently found out about a cool Thursday tradition started by a fellow blogger and became intrigued. Every Thursday, this blogger does a post about the amazing art and uniqueness of Doors. Now, I became interested because I have a similar passion for castles…and they always have awesome doors. So, I am submitting my contribution to Thursday Door Post day with the following picture of a door in Cotswold, England…a most enchanting and beautiful place. Enjoy!
Visit the blog Norm 2.0. who is the one who started this tradition. I found out about it by reading another stellar blog at thephilfactor.com. I recommend them both…they are wonderful reads! Blessings!
“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” ~ Roald Dahl