Doors 92 – My top ten doors of the year
Norm has been encouraging people like us (Doorbies? Door fanciers? Doorists? Dooristas? – what are we called?) to use this last Door week of the year to look back and post some of our favourites from 2019 – this is a bit of a win-win for lazy/busy people like me because the hardest bit of this post is deciding what to include/exclude.
Here goes – the numbers don’t necessarily relate to my ranking
- Doors used to prevent graffiti or an artistic expression? (posted this year)
2. Door within a door – always works for me
3. A beautiful door pair
4. Train wagon door
5. A quirky old door
6. A door no more
7. Blending in
8. They don’t make them like this any more door
9. A favourite with visitors to Natural Adventures
10. Door in need of a little TLC
Of course there are so many other doors I would have liked to have included and this was not an easy job. Hope you liked this selection though and I look forward to a doortastic 2020.
I’ll follow Norm’s example and take a couple of weeks off, so have a fabulous Christmas all and see you next year.
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.