March 16, 2012

Bayeux Doors


Bayeux Door

White Door

Bayeux Door


Bayeux Door

Bayeux Cathedral

Bayeux Door

Bayeux Door

Bayeux Door

And my obsession with doors continues...

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deedee said...

It's funny how something as simple as a door is so different from one region of France to another.

The Beaver said...

Like that church red doors

French Girl in Seattle said...

Great collection of old doors. They are all different, and all interesting in their own way. Hope life is going smoothly for you in Normandy... Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

Sharon said...

What is it about doors in France that are so intriguing? I think that doorways so beautiful must have amazing stories to tell.

Christopher Hardy said...

J'adoor ça !

Emm said...

The second-from-last, there's a hint of light and perhaps sky behind -- so mysterious, what's there? And the second one makes me think of a Chinese temple wall. Such nice pix, thanks.

Anne in NZ said...

I also have a "thing" about doors...but only since I went to paris, where they are so amazing!!

Jennifer said...

I couldn't agree more. The doors here remind me of the doors in Paris.

Me too! You don't see many red doors in this part of Normandy. I like how they stand out.

Jennifer said...

I noticed several more today when I was on my way to the market. Must go for another walk with my camera!

Not sure what it is, but I love them!

Jennifer said...

(sorry you had trouble commenting. I turned on Comment Moderation due to a problem with an anonymous commenter)

I think that one opens up into a courtyard.
Glad you enjoyed them!

Jennifer said...

I have many, many photos of Paris doors. As I said, I'm obsessed. :)

Our Juicy Life said...

It's a good obsession to have.

Michel said...

I love your collection of door pictures. I am always drawn to doors and windows with shutters as we wander around villages in the South of France.

Jennifer said...

Notre Vie
And an easy one to have if you live in France! :)

As Meredith noted, they are so different here in Normandy than they are in the villages of the Languedoc.