A Diversity of Doorways

Over at her blog, ‘Where’s my Backpack? ‘, Ailsa has chosen Doorways as her Travel Theme this week….I am posting rather late for this one.

For years now, I have taken photographs of doors and windows. So here are a very few doors from my archive:

A garden doorway, looking out onto a bench (another perennial favourite)


A City door, complete with street art


A town door, looking a little worse for wear


And finally, a doorway in an old ruined mill



  1. That old mill doorway appeals. I like to think of all the hard-working clog-wearers who passed through it.
    (Or of Windy Miller from Camberwick Green, if it was a flour-mill.)
    Best wishes, Pete

    • I like the old mill doorway, because I like ruins… This one was an unexpected plus at a little Gite we stayed at in the Languedoc…. A little stroll away on the owners land brought you to this mill. No idea what it was in its heyday….

  2. Love the framing of photo 1 and 4. Number 2 makes me crack right up. Brilliant!

  3. I think you know where you’ll find me… 😀

  4. The red door’s my favourite too! 🙂

  5. I think I like the street art doorway simply because it’s unique. Otherwise, I really want to travel through the top one just to see that area up close!!

  6. Suzanne

    Great selection. I was going to say I liked the first one best then I saw that terrific farmhouse door – what a shot!

  7. A wonderful theme! I love the last one, a doorway to nature 😀 Not your typical one but still amazing!

  8. Your doorways are full of character. I really enjoyed stopping by

  9. jakesprinter

    I love your stunning door photography Suej.. From the top well family home I think ..
    the 3rd one I think a poor Family and last one for no home family …Lol
    …..Kidding you did it again my friend 🙂

  10. Love your eclectic collection of doors Sue. The mother and child artwork is truly unique!

  11. Oh yes, I’m a sucker for door and window shots and these are all fantastic!

  12. Lovely doorways, all of them, but I particularly enjoyed the second one, made me smile. Have a great weekend Sue 🙂

  13. Such a variety of different doorways. I simply love the one with the street art – made into an optical illusion.

  14. vastlycurious.com

    Wish number 1 was my door! How grand and beautiful Sue!

  15. Love these! doors are fascinating – I’m sure this could go on forever.

  16. Great images … I love the patio one … also have a bit a fetish for doors, there is something luring about them. The old cottage is fantastic too.

    • Thanks! There is indeed something alluring about certain doors….

      • Alluring was the word … couldn’t for my life get it. Thanks for the help. Now time for a little bit of pasta. Not homemade. We aren’t going to overdo things. *laughing – Sauce homemade.

      • D’you know, I used to have a pasta machine….and make my own pasta – fantastic, but a looOot of hard work! And I was much younger and fitter then!

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