Thursday doors – 17 September 2020

Doors 120 – Some Cheltenham doors (posted a day late)

It has been a month since I last posted Thursday doors and like the idiot I am, I missed this Thursday for my comeback, so here is my offering a day (and a month) late.

I took these pictures on a trip to Cheltenham for the annual Paint Festival hosted there a couple of weekends ago. I can’t remember the last time I posted some newly photographed doors rather than the archive graffiti ones I have been posting lately, so I hope you enjoy them.

Awning in need of a minor repair, Cheltenham, September 2020
Awning in need of a minor repair, Cheltenham, September 2020
Beautiful birdcage awning, Cheltenham, September 2020
Beautiful birdcage awning, Cheltenham, September 2020
OK, so it's a little out of focus, but this door was just too good to leave out, Cheltenham, September 2020
OK, so it’s a little out of focus, but this door was just too good to leave out, Cheltenham, September 2020
An ornate wrought iron awning, Cheltenham, September 2020
An ornate wrought iron awning, Cheltenham, September 2020
The steps are curved and even the red door is curved, Cheltenham, September 2020
The steps are curved and even the red door is curved, Cheltenham, September 2020
A gorgeous door somewhat eclipsed by the warning notices to the right, Cheltenham, September 2020
A gorgeous door somewhat eclipsed by the warning notices to the right, Cheltenham, September 2020

So there we have it, I managed to get myself back into the swing of things, albeit a day late. Expect more archive pictures next week, unless I get myself out for a walk somewhere.

If you have made it this far, you probably like doors and you really ought 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