Double doors, Chichester, May 2021

Thursday doors – 10 June 2021

Doors 151 – A quick trip into Chichester

A couple of weeks ago I took a week off work and decided to go and visit my mother and her partner on the south coast for. I hadn’t seen them for over a year and it was so good to spend time with them face to face. Of course, while I was there my mother put me to good use getting me to do some odd jobs around the house that had been building up for a while.

One such job was to drive them into Chichester and help with taking watches to be mended and buy some kitchen things in Lakeland. Of course, the opportunity to photograph some lovely doors presented itself and I took leave of my duties for five minutes to photograph these beauties. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Stunning door with boot scraper to the left, Chichester, May 2021
Stunning door with boot scraper to the left, Chichester, May 2021
Large awning and worn steps on this door with boot scraper to the left, Chichester, May 2021
Large awning and worn steps on this door with boot scraper to the left, Chichester, May 2021
Door with beautiful brickwork including a crest above it, Chichester, May 2021
Door with beautiful brickwork including a crest above it, Chichester, May 2021
Door to the Hospital of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1254), Chichester, May 2021
Door to the Hospital of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Chichester, May 2021
Green doorfie, Chichester, May 2021
Green doorfie, Chichester, May 2021

So that’s it for another week, I hope you have a good one.

If you have made it this far, you probably like doors, and you really ought to take a look at the No Facilities blog by Dan Anton who has taken over the hosting of Thursday Doors  from Norm 2.0 blog. Links to more doorscursions can be found in the comments section of Dan Anton’s Thursday Doors post.

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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.

10 thoughts on “Thursday doors – 10 June 2021”

  1. These are great doors. The second one has a haunting quality to it. It looks almost like it belongs somewhere else. The hospital doors are quite interesting, as it the last door. We don’t see many green doors, but they stand out when we do, and of course, the capture adds to its charm.

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  2. If this was only five minutes’ worth of door-photography, Chichester must be a place well worth visiting. 😀
    We found a boot scrape fixed into a large concrete block, when we moved to an old house in Yorkshire, when I was a kid. Fascinating. 🙂
    And I’m very glad you got to visit your Mum – even if she had stored up chores for you! 😀

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