Thursday Doors

Since I have a thing for doors, I’ve decided to join Norm’s Thursday Doors challenge. Here is my first entry, the door to the Da Vinci Museum in Venice, Italy.Doors-Web_DSC0136

15 thoughts on “Thursday Doors

  1. Yay! Welcome to Thursday Doors – so glad you decided to join us 🙂
    I’m a big fan of columns in entranceways so this one is right up my alley.

  2. Angela, welcome to the challenge, one of the best around. I like the kite or whatever is down in that left-hand corner. It adds interest and contrast to the elegance of the door and surroundings.


  3. I know you will rock the Thursday Doors challenge, Angela. Nice photograph to start with. I like the mix of street and architecture. And the Angel(a) wing in the left is really adding some interest to the composition.

      • Lost my track and vision for my blog and photography. The only thing I know is that I will not continue in the way I did. I have created a list with blogs I will watch and comment. You are #1 on this list. And the list will not reach a 2 digit number. I will return, sooner or later (I guess and hope “sooner”). If I find a new track and vision. But I will be in contact. Smiles. Reinhold

      • I hope you find a new track and vision soon, Reinhold. I am honored to be # 1 on your list of blogs to follow and comment on, and hope you come back to blogging sooner rather than later. We all love your photography and it would be a pity not to see more of it. If I may give you one piece of advice, don’t take things too seriously. Just have fun with your photography and let the chips fall where they may. Cheers and see you soon! 🙂

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