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I came across this attractive doorway during my morning walk in south Dublin. The sign above the letter box says - No junk mail. We have one on our doorway too and it does work to prevent flyers being dumped on us.


100 year old barn down the road from me - Poughkeepsie, NY

Thank you {Miss Honey}, for inspiring some works of my pool.

Textures, once again, by SkeletalMess



Aldeia da Palhota - Santarém - Portugal

PFFG Meeting


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Ancoats, Manchester

The sun was setting - casting light on the door, tree shadows on the building, and reflections in the window. Seen at Toronto Island.


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An open door is difficult to resist..

A really cool door outside of this abandoned power station on the eastside of Windsor.


At least I think its abandoned.


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Door & windows - Poughkeepsie, NY

Here come the Hobbit jokes...



A pretty Georgian door in Dublin city centre.


In the old centre of Termoli, a medieval fort conceals a warren of narrow streets and heavily reinforced stone houses, including "Number 75" with the green door.

The kitchen door of the Kliphuis restaurant in Kamieskroon, South Africa. All sorts of "yummy" things can be found behind it, according to the sign, written in Afrikaans.


Kliphuis = stone house.

Kombuis = kitchen; eetgoed = things to eat; lekkergoed = yummy things; drinkgoed = drinks; soetgoed = sweets; mooigoed = nice things.


Uploaded for Sliders Sunday and Wall Wednesday later this week.


Have a great day, everyone!

Highland, Ulster County

I guess there is some story to the piece of timber over the door, it must be part of an old ship. I took this picture in Passage East, a pretty little fishing village a few miles from Waterford city.

An interesting Romanesque style doorway to the southern elevation.

Today's picture was taken in "Beiteddinne Palace" one of the best examples of the 19th century Lebanese architecture.


It's one of the ancient doors made of the famous Cedar woods since 200 years and leading to one of the beautiful gardens of the palace


Nikon D800 + Nikkor 28-300

I had a photo of a door which needed a I created one.....

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