04 January 2008

Roquebrune village - 8

A couple more doors today - if I dare call them that. These are in the rue du Château.

Posting old doors is a good excuse to mention Marie from Montpellier's page of beautiful doors and arches.


  1. Another great photo. I see you love showing us doors and some are really beautiful.
    If you don´t mind I'm going to link you on ... secrets ... .

  2. I can't get over how worn-out or crude these are. Looks like a whole colony of bats could get in the door on the left. I don't see any hinges so I am guessing these are, more or less, just old lumber stuck up to keep most of the stuff outside from leaking inside. I don't think I would want to enter through either one.

  3. I like the sense of the passage of time in this door(s) photograph.

  4. I love the doors....very nice...

  5. These are doors to cellars, sometimes hotly disputed as title deeds may not exist and people go by the "30 year" notion: if one has used a cellar continuously for 30 years one may claim it as one's own !

  6. These doors are wonderful, Jilly.

    Thanks a lot for mentioning my blog :-))

    I didn't visit your blog earlier because I am sick. I had to go to the doctor's. Mauvais début d'année, mais ça va passer vite, j'espère.

  7. Definitely makes me think of centuries gone by.

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  8. I do love the doors. You are so nice to share all of these! Have a great weekend!

  9. beautiful pix. I love old wooden doors!


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