Doors 130 – A big thank you to Norm
As ‘Thursday doorsters’, you will all know that Norm is stepping down from hosting Thursday doors. This week’s post is some of my favourite doors from the last year or two to thank Norm Frampton for opening my eyes and helping me to see such door beauty in the world.
Blue door beyond a blue door, Montpelier, Bristol, March 2020
Two doors and street art, St Pauls, Bristol, May 2020
Multiple workshop doors, Frogmore Street, Bristol, July 2019
Multiple doors, Gibson Road, Bristol, March 2020
A pair of doors with beautiful stained glass widows above, Montpelier, Bristol, March 2020
Arched garden door with a boot scraper, Bristol, December 2019
Charley Box door and post box door, Montpelier, Bristol, February 2020
The all important Stage Door for cast, musicians, tecnicians and groupies, Bristol Hippodrome, December 2019
That is some red door, Cheltenham, September 2019
Old red door, Wareham, Dorset, October 2019
Hotwells doors, Bristol, August 2019
Main front door to the house dating back to the 17th century, Lanhydrock House, Cornwall, August 2019
Great doors, great shutters, great colours, Fournier Street, London, April 2019
Door accompanied by Sophie Long’s chickens, Kingsdown, Bristol, March 2019
Door, North Street, Bristol, Artist: Paul Monsters, February 2019
Door of the dead, Corso Cavour, Citta di Castello, Umbria, Italy, August 2018
Door, Montpelier, Bristol
Door, 161 Essex Street, New York
3 Hawley Mews, Camden Town, London, Thursday Doors
Door, Stokes Croft, Bristol
Go well Norm and thanks for all the doors (especially Italy and Ruelles Vertes).
That’s it for another week.
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 Norm 2.0 blog, where there are links to yet more doors in the comments section at the end.
A humble ‘thank you’
Norm Frampton for opening
so many great doors
* on the news that tomorrow will be Norm Frampton’s last Thursday Doors post for a while as he puts his efforts into other things. I shall miss his doors and weekly appearances and am eternally grateful for his opening my eyes to the magnificence of doors.