French Doors

On a recent search I realized I have 665 photographs of French doors or, likely a better description, doors in France. Very colourful this selection.

Lavender door and windows, Dirol, France

Lavender door and windows, Dirol, France

Shed Doors, Herry, France

Shed Doors, Herry, France

Red Door, Nevers, France

Red Door, Nevers, France

Ecluse d'Anizy no 24 du versant de la Loire, France

Ecluse d'Anizy no 24 du versant de la Loire, France

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4 Responses to “French Doors”

  1. Lynn Wiles says:

    Wonderful doors, Kevin – do I see a book in the making?

    kevin Reply:

    A book? Actually I’ve been playing around with doing a book about doors although it likely would be available as an ebook only. I’ll see but it’s not the major project I’m working on at the moment. A few doors in the major project are a possibility.

    I’ve been cramming on learning Adobe InDesign better as I haven’t used the program for about 6 years and how things have changed. What an amazing publishing program however. Stay tuned!

    Lynn Wiles Reply:

    Sometimes the simplest things can be so difficult in InDesign.

    kevin Reply:

    Very true. I’m getting there, it’s amazing how powerful some of these new programs are.

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