Just love it! The door (not the brickwork) could be in Menton.
This is my kind of shot. I find myself drawn to peeling paint, rust, and when combined with a door or a window it's usually fabulous!
Now I see what you mean as to our matching posts! :-)Great find, V.!
Hi, Virginia. Love this door, and believe it or not, I have a photo of a similar peeling red door here. What's more, I'd seen another 'identical' photo of another door I had on Greenwich Village Daily, and am posting it on the 24th/8. That's where I saw your comment! Check back with me to see my door, which looks like Greenwich Daily's door.This is getting complicated... :)
Great great photo. Love the door.
You found my favorite type of thing to photograph! There's something about aged architecture that is truly beautiful. Lovely photo.
I like the contrast with the old peeling door on the door and shiny new padlock. Great textures in this -- lots to take in.
Did you have a date with Ken Mac?
Great looking door!
What a wonderful work of art nature and vandals have created for you to capture...
Qu'y a-t-il derrière cette vieille porte?
This door deserves a more appropriate lock! :)
J. says he's tired of the word "stunning," but I can't think of a better one. I love this.
Very cool and artsy! Nice catch, V! We could say it's been a longg time since the last paint job!
Thanks everyone. I"ve been away for the weekend and just are home now. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.Claudine, Je ne sais pas!Hiker,A date with KM??? I WISH!! :)
Great shot - also the birth year of my MIL - who is happily celebrating 100 and a half.....
I should add that even though I love the doors my MIL is in MUCH better shape!
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