Door and Window Photos

Interesting doors and windows have always caught my attention, perhaps because they offer an opportunity to discover a new place or to catch a glimpse into the lives of others. For whatever reason, I have quite a large collection of door and window photos and will share a few of my favorites today.

There are many beautiful doors and windows along the Royal Crescent in Bath Spa, UK, the two above are a few of my favorites.

This gnarly old door in Avignon, France is particularly interesting.

The one above leads to a wood fired sauna at the Cliff House Cottages on Galiano Island, BC, Canada.

Brochs are ancient structures found in the UK that provided shelter and protection for people and animals during an invasion. The one above is in the Scottish Highlands.

Huge window shutters at Jogyesa Temple in Seoul, South Korea

This door is situated on the side of a hill near the Cascade Lake Loop Trail on Orcas Island, WA. After some searching I found that it leads to an old Lime Kiln.

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Stay safe and healthy,

Tricia

7 Comments Add yours

  1. I remember being with you for some of these, good memories.

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  2. elissbaker says:

    These photographs are so wonderful!

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  3. Nancy Johnson says:

    That door leading to the old lime kiln is really interesting! I think my favorite is the Brochs in the Scottish Highlands. Great pictures!

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    1. Thanks! The broch was a really interesting place to visit. It is mostly ruins now, but still very interesting.

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  4. Love the one on Galiano Island. I thought it was the entry to a hobbit house!

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    1. I thought so too when I first saw it! Galiano is a beautiful place.

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