Prince of Wales bird hide, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019

Thursday doors – 12 December 2019

Doors 91 – Llangorse Lake, Wales

Last weekend we made a trip across the Severn Estuary to see some friends who recently moved to Wales. This was our first visit, and I am sure not our last. After lunch we went for a walk along the southern bank of Llangorse Lake and, of course, I managed to turn the whole thing into a bit of a doorscursion. I hope you enjoy these doors as much as I did.

Side door, St Gastyn's Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Side door, St Gastyn’s Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Outer door, St Gastyn's Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Outer door, St Gastyn’s Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Ornate door surround, St Gastyn's Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Ornate door surround, St Gastyn’s Church, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farmhouse doors, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farmhouse doors, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farm barn door, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farm barn door, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farm house out building door, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Abandoned farm house out building door, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Entrance door, Prince of Wales bird hide, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Entrance door, Prince of Wales bird hide, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Reedbeds, Prince of Wales bird hide, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019
Reedbeds, Prince of Wales bird hide, Llangorse Lake, Wales, December 2019

 

Next week I will probably do a round up of my favourite doors of 2019, but until then, I wish you all a fabulous week.

In the meantime, you might like to take a look at the Norm 2.0 blog – the originator of Thursday Doors where there are links to yet more doors in the comments section at the end.

 

by 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.

23 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 12 December 2019”

  1. Some terrific finds here so oh yes indeed, please do spend more time in Wales 😉
    That side door from St. Gastyn’s is so beautiful; the weathering, the faded colour, and especially the hardware, wow. This one has it all – bravo.

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  2. Wales, it brings immediately sober and quaint images as well to mind. What I notice is that all the doors here are definitely more narrow than her in the USA. Beautiful specimens. Have a great December month.

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