Thursday Doors – 6th February 2010

Black Door

A photograph of doors photographed at Morden Hall Park in London with climbing roses growing either side of the door.  By the looks of it, this isn’t a singular door but two doors, as each door has it’s own hinges.  However, with no door furniture on the outside, I would say it can only be opened, if at all, from the inside.

Posted as Part of Norm’s Thursday Doors Photography Challenge.


14 responses to “Thursday Doors – 6th February 2010”

  1. Beautiful wooden door..


  2. Great photo. That door sure has character

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    1. Thank you… it does have character.


  3. Lovely shot Bren. The flowers in the foreground and the vines on each side frame the door quite nicely.

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    1. Thank you xx.. I imagine those climbing roses when in full bloom are picturesque xx


  4. That’s an interesting door, especially having no door furniture. You know there’s no turning back now don’t you. You’ll not be able to pass a door without a proper look.

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    1. I kept looking at that door and thinking how the hell do you open it. 😀 😀 😀 Yep… I’ve well and truly been bit by the door bug… I can’t pass a building without looking at the doors 😀 😀 😀


  5. Welcome to the world of door addiction, Bren! It’s a real thing. 🙂 But at least it’s relatively harmless, although it can certainly impede your progress!! It is interesting that there are no handles on the outside. I love the flowers.


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    1. Thank you Janet.. it is two doors as there are hinges on both side.. it is the lack of door furniture that intrigues me xx


  6. Used or not, the black lacquer paint finish shows it’s appreciated as a back drop for those lovely roses! Great that you caught it

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  7. Great find and lovely doors!

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