Random (Thursday) doors in Plombieres

Posted: July 20, 2017 in Thursday doors
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Believe it or not, there are still doors in Plombieres that I haven’t photographed or shared.   🙂  So today I’m taking a three-door bite out of that batch and sharing a trio of doors-heretofore-never-featured-on-Thursday-Doors doors.   Doorn-it!  How did that happen?  But as Dan loves to hear, no worries, mate!  They are now no longer door-mant, but join the ranks of featured-on-Thursday-Doors doors.

But you can find even more splen-doors over at the home of our a-door-able leader from Montreal, Norm.  Click on the blue link critter to get your door en-door-phins raging.  Don’t be a door-k!  Put on your fe-door-a and come visit the corri-doors of the world with us.

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

Comments
  1. wow – that grille worke is BLUE!!

  2. Dan Antion says:

    I like random doors, Janet. And, I’m with Maggie on this one – that blue grill is amazing!

  3. Lignum Draco says:

    An a-door-able trio. 🙂

  4. Jackie says:

    I absolutely love the first one. I had a kitchen in those colours in our old house.

  5. My a-door-ation for your explor-door-ation knows no boun-door-ies.

  6. Laura says:

    Beautiful and great history here too.

  7. You are fascinated by doors and their individuality.

  8. Vicky says:

    Wow, someone let go with the blue paint! An excellent background door to the rather interesting water spout gargoyle type thing( I can’t think of a name for it) I presume it’s rather old? I like the last one too…

  9. joey says:

    All good choices 🙂

  10. restlessjo says:

    Love that first one, with the great fountain as a bonus, Janet. 🙂 🙂

  11. jesh stg says:

    Am with Jo, where do you find a door with a fountain? Wonder if people whose first language is not English, get the “door-k” (smile) – I only know that one because of my kids. They used that word quite a lot in their teens:)

  12. Jeanne says:

    The BLUE wins for me….but the sealed off, no way in or out, altar is interesting too. 🙂

  13. My goodness, that blue is so vibrant. Great photos, Janet.

  14. Su Leslie says:

    Loving the grilles! But that water spout …

  15. Beautiful selection!

  16. Hammad Rais says:

    Very interesting snaps these are, Janet

  17. I love that blue grill and fountain, but your narrative! How you worked in so many door words is brilliant! 🙂

  18. You have an eye for doors, Janet. You fantastic at finding so many unique ones. I must say the blue wrought iron would look stunning as a double door entrance on a home. The fountain is interesting too. Is it for the public to use? The last photo looks like its from a church. All very nicely captured.
    Izzy 😎

    • Yes, it’s a public fountain. It’s no hardship to find great doors in this and many other French towns. There’s are lots of attractive doors in the US, too, but these are different and also we’re used to ours, so they don’t seem as interesting, I think. And there can be much older buildings and doors there.

      • In my neighborhood, the doors are very ordinary. I’ll be on vacation starting the end of July. I’m going to be on the lookout for doors as my photo challenge. : )

      • Keep an eye out, Issy. You never know what you’ll find. Of course the doors in the US tend to look quite different from those in France but I’m sure you’ll find some good ones. I’ll be on vacation the first three weeks of August, so no blogging. Have a great vacation!

        janet

      • I’ll be on a cruise to the carribbean. Key West, Costa Maya, Mexico, Cozumel, Mexico and Grand Cayman’s. I might find some interesting ones on those port. We’ll be on the Celebrity Equinox. A ship we’ve been on 3 times. We adore it. We’re cruiser 16 with thisone. No media is a blessing and a time to rest. But, I’ll always have my camera in hand. Have FUN on your vacation. Be happy … Be safe … Be in love … XOXOXO

      • Have a wonderful time!! I’ve never been to those places or on a cruise, so I’ll look forward to reading about yours. I’m sure you’ll find some great doors in some of those places. Yes, I look forward to the media break, even though I love blogging. I blogged every day for five years before deciding to take breaks while on vacation and I love it.

      • Rest, regenerate and relax …. maybe, read too. LOL

  19. What an amazing compilation!! Thanks for sharing such unusual sightings Janet.
    Cheers, Charu

  20. Norm 2.0 says:

    The blue really pops in that first shot Janet. Excellent choices and some good groan-worthy puns as well 😉

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