Thursday doors…decrepit

Posted: November 1, 2018 in Thursday doors
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A bright red or blue door attracts lots of attention, but weathered, decrepit doors come in for their share, especially from Thursday Doors aficionados.  Here are some from Luxeuil-les-bains for your viewing pleasure.  Enjoy!

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

  1. They have got a charm of their own!

  2. Sherry Felix says:

    I love the first one

  3. Character – these doors have it! 🙂

  4. The texture and color of these doors stand out in your photos. You did a great job of getting the POV on each of them. I’m sure that it wasn’t easy on narrow streets and wide store fronts.

  5. Mz&Cho says:

    Love all the doors! Great photos.

  6. Norm 2.0 says:

    Looks like accordion style window shutters on the butcher shop one, yes?
    Whatever they are, they’re lovely. Nice shots 🙂

  7. marianallen says:

    Doors with character! Doors with history! Nice!

  8. dimlamp says:

    I like the first shot, they have character.

  9. Dan Antion says:

    It’s easy to imagine them in better days. The bottom set look so sad.

  10. belocchio says:

    Doors of mystery. Doors that hold secrets. Doors that promise you the world if you just open them. Doors with stories waiting to be told. Love your doors!

  11. Bear R Humphreys says:

    Aged and weathered, maybe a bit creaky around the hinges. Sounds familiar somehow. 😉

  12. Leya says:

    Love all your doors – they are like me…

  13. jazzytower says:

    They’ve got character😊


  14. I love the staining and bleaching of the wood in that first image, Janet. The rusted ironwork enhances it even more.

  15. JT Twissel says:

    Decrepit doors always have a lot of texture and leave much room for the imagination.

  16. Prior... says:

    Such nice personality in these doors – enjoyed the details

  17. I like the yellow Butcher’s shutter doors and the hardware in the upper image. Nice weathered finds Janet.

  18. joey says:

    I love me some decrepit doors and these are fine specimens. The yellow-clad boucherie is where it’s at for me 🙂

  19. I really like the first one. Great find! 🙂