Alms house door, Bristol, March 2019

Thursday doors

Doors 64

Well I’m back from my short holiday in the French Alps, and have a few doors from there to share with you, but probably in a week or two. This week I am going to share five Bristol doors from alms houses and public houses… both rich veins to tap when searching for some door action.

Seeing these doors, which I consider to be fairly ordinary, as I publish them makes me realise that it is all too easy to take things for granted – one or two of them are crackers.

Enjoy…

Pub door (but not the main entrance), Bristol, March 2019
Pub door (but not the main entrance), Bristol, March 2019
Pub door, Bristol, March 2019
Pub door, Bristol, March 2019
Pub door, Bristol, March 2019
Pub door, Bristol, March 2019
Alms house door, Bristol, March 2019
Alms house door, Bristol, March 2019

Many more doors to be admired by following the links at the end of the brilliant Norm 2.0 blog: Thursday Doors – Norm 2.0

Until next time,

Scooj.

 

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

11 thoughts on “Thursday doors”

  1. We don’t have almshouses in the States any more. May be that’s why we have so many homeless people. We have homeless shelters but they are strictly temporary. Just another one of those separated by a common language moment but I’m getting educated. πŸ™‚

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  2. Hope you had fun in the French Alps. Was there quite a lot of snow? The two doors that vie for attention with their brightly colored buildings aren’t going to get that much attention. The others one are quite nice. I guess if you have an ordinary door, make your house extraordinary and vv. :-_

    janet

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  3. Nice finds. These are all quite unique. I noticed they all seemed to be built to different widths. I get the feeling that this was decided based on who or what would be going through each one on a regular basis. If so then I like this idea.
    Looking forward to your shots from the French Alps πŸ™‚

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