In the Before Times, people used to fly and visit each other in other countries. My friend and fellow writer Ginnie Fleming went to visit our friend and fellow writer Andrea Gilbey, and they took lots of pictures of doors for me. NATURALLY (we’re talking about ME, here), I didn’t make note of where they were. So — scavenger hunt! If you know where these pictures came from, tell us in the comments below.
Nice li’l door.
I like all the foofarah on the lower stories.
Is this Windsor? It kinda looks like Windsor. Or is it the Tower of London? Or what?
This one is inside, but that’s as much as I know.
Dig that crazy fornication! Yes: “originally ‘arch, vaulted chamber, a vaulted opening, a covered way,’ probably an extension, based on appearance, from a source akin to fornus “brick oven of arched or domed shape” — Online Etymology Dictionary
Thursday doors is under the direction of Dan Antion, photographer extraordinaire and critter daddy. Visit his site, enjoy his wonderful photographs, follow his directions, and enter a world of doors.
A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Someone finds an intriguing picture with no context.