Thursday Doors

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Here are a few more Thursday Doors from Clevedon in Somerset, England. This is the last lot that I photographed but there are so many more I’ll make sure to capture them on my next trip over.

Of course I managed to spot a couple of red doors, too, but blue seemed to be a popular colour in Clevedon.

There are two lovely cliff walks that lead into Clevedon, Poet’s Walk and Lover’s Walk. Here are some shots of garden doors in the huge wall along Lover’s walk, next time I’ll take the former one as we didn’t have time to do both.

The wall got higher and higher as we went along.

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I wonder if these gigantic ‘rivets’ are helping to keep this wall standing.

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At least it didn’t fall down while I was there. Thanks for stopping by this week’s Thursday Doors. Norm has a link on his blog post to more doors from all over the globe.

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About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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24 Responses to Thursday Doors

  1. Wonderful doors this week, Jean.

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    You have a great selection of doors today, Jean, and I love stone walls. The rich color of that first door is amazing.

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  3. JT Twissel says:

    I certainly hope those disks are helping to keep that wall up! Looks like a lovely though quiet village.

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  4. jesh stg says:

    So many blue doors this time! About the rivets, in Holland they have those iron “stakes” keeping the wall in place, already when they built,in previous centuries. Somerset has a ring of an old novel to me:) Hope you are adjusting to the changes in your family:) Hugs, Jesh

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  5. Jim says:

    I like seeing these shots. they are wonderful views of the world thru your eyes. šŸ™‚

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  6. sjhigbee says:

    What a fabulous selection of doors, this week, Jean:))

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  7. Nice ones – tall, not so tall, bright color, more subdued. But, you have to know I fell in love with the one with the greenhouse. I LOVE that one. If only, I could figure out how to do that. šŸ™‚

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  8. Candy says:

    What a great variety of doors you found! I love that big old wall and now Iā€™n curious about where the path takes you.

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  9. Norm 2.0 says:

    A lovely mix of colourful doors. Red always stands out nicely on an old stone building. That very first shot is my favourite of this batch. Thanks for the tour Jean šŸ™‚

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  10. Great collection; thanks for sharing, Jean! The first green door seems curious; the handrail slants upwards and the door handles seem to be placed awfully high. How do handicapped (including those that are height challenged) manage to open those doors?

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    • That’s a gift/coffee shop that leads onto the Victorian pier and we entered at the front but came out that way to get onto the pier. I’m not sure why the handle is so high up. We left the premises by that door and didn’t need to enter it again, but the handrail slopes because there are a few steps down onto the pier.

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  11. pattimoed says:

    What a variety of doors! I love the high curved walls in the alleyways. So mysterious! I can just imagine a heroine running down the alley, cloak/cape billowing behind her.

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