Love these old doors but I always wonder what is behind them. Diane
Molto affascinante!have a nicce dayciaoMatteo
Living so near to New Orleans, I might agree with you. Those colors are so perfectly French and the aging or gentle decay contributes to the beauty of this door and your photo. Love this one.Bises,Genie
what a pretty doorway. love it!
Absolutely gorgeous! you would never find a door like that where I live!
What a lovely old door. A shame they've let it deteriorate.Sam
Nice image. It really calls to mind the shared architecture of New Orleans.The Wanderfull Traveler
it also reminds me of south Florida where I grew up. It is a beautiful door and against the stucco makes for a lovely photo. Nice capture. Genie
Sort of plantation-chic. Old Cuba. What am I talking about? I have no idea. But I love it : )
Perfect! Love photos of old doors ...
love your shot and love your blog, how lucky you are to live in France!
What a beautiful photograph this is. There is just something about old doors, and this one is so wonderfully colorful.Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.Have a wonderful evening!lisa.
DianeMoi aussi! I never see anyone in this house or its garden. Maybe they only come here in the summer? I would love to know its story.MatteoMerci! Glad you like the photo. GenieThe worn paint and that pale pink color remind me of the fading beauty of many New Orleans homes.urban muserThanks!
BarbI think it is gorgeous, too!SamThe entire house has a gently aging quality, as do many homes here. I think it often adds to their charm. :)MurissaAlso, the house has this amazing front garden that definitely feels like the Garden District.GenieHow interesting! Where in Florida?
FigsI know exactly what you mean. :)missing momentsMe too. I'm kind of obsessed...justineI feel very fortunate to live in France. It is a beautiful place!I'm very happy to have found your blog and your photos. You have an amazing eye.lisaThanks for stopping by to comment and thank you for hosting the event. I love it!
What a charming entry! The blue color, the carved pediment and the wrought iron work above are all lovely!
What a great photograph. It makes me think of France in the spring. Beautiful!-Karen
PatThis door totally captured my heart. Glad you enjoyed it as well.LAMerci!
It reminds me a bit of the decay on our house, except it is only 11 years old and, as you know, not nearly as charming!
Betty:)I don't remember your house showing signs of decay. Hope you're enjoying your weekend!
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