Tagged With "doors"

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Re: Doors of Charleston

Lestertheinvestor ·
Los Portales. Always fun to see the entries and exits of our lives so concretely displayed and yet so enigmatic.
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vivie ·
Never given much attention to doors...until now. Very nice!
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jwich ·
I love doors, too. Most of these are familiar; the first one belongs to a dear friend, now departed. On a rainy day in Charleston, I very much enjoyed the walk downtown without leaving my comfy home.
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IslandMan ·
I think a door can tell its own story too...well done, Dr F
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GarryRF ·
This on a doorway in Liverpool UK:
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GarryRF ·
The very last act of the American civil war - Captain Waddell of the CCS Shenandoah (built in the UK), walking up the steps of Liverpool Town Hall surrendering his vessel to the Lord Mayor, after sailing 'home' from Alaska to surrender. The shipping offices in Rumford Place Liverpool were the Embassy of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. The CCS Shenandoah was the only Confederate ship to circumnavigate the world.
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PHeymont ·
To alter a trite expression so it fits here: The delight is in the details! Thanks for the great collection and for the promise of more doors in the future...
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Nov. 20, 2016 - Barrio Brazil, Santiago, Chile

Jonathan L ·
Barrio Brazil is one of the older neighborhoods in Santiago. It was spared damage during the past several earthquakes, and it has some really fascinating doors.
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Las Puertas de Argentina

Sylvia ·
    Several years ago, perhaps inspired by my search for new front doors for our own home, I began to take special notice of the doors I passed on my way around town.  When my husband and I traveled on vacation I found myself noticing...
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Doors of Charleston

DrFumblefinger ·
Besides enjoying grand panoramas of a city, I think it's good to look at the smaller things, too.  It's often these that makes a place interesting and reveal a lot about its character.  Details of architecture are among these facets,...
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Doors of Krakow

DrFumblefinger ·
A gallery of some interesting doors DrFumblefinger encountered while visiting Krakow, Poland
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Doors of India

DrFumblefinger ·
The doors of India are as diverse and interesting as its landscapes and peoples. DrFumblefinger shares some of those he encountered during his travels.
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Doors of Milan's Duomo

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger admires the exquisitely detailed and beautifully crafted main doors in Milan's Duomo.
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Doors of Verona and Venice

Sylvia ·
Sylvia shares more of the fabulous doors of Northern Italy.
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Doors of Jojawar

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger shares with us some interesting doors he found in the village of Jojawar, India.
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Amateuremigrant ·
Some fine old doors there Doc ! 😀 D'you know they are bring prised out and sold as architectural salvage - often at high prices - to be mounted in hotels, houses as feature walls ? Otherwise I guess new owners would cast them out for firewood 😱
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