As you walk around this world, gazing toward stunning and sometimes unusual buildings, are your eyes drawn to doors? Personally mine are, admiring their various shapes, colours and designs, but I mainly think about the people who have wandered through them in the past. There are many types of doors. Do they make you inquisitive enough to ask yourself, what is behind them? Will you open and go through if you can, or just peek through the key hole?
Thursday Doors is a weekly photography challenge for door lovers run by Norm at his blog Norm 2.0. I thought I would join in, you can too, visit Norm 2.0 here for more information.
My Contribution to Thursday Doors this week is from ‘The Church of St Mary the Virgin’.
We came across this beautiful little church as myself and Jon were enjoying the grounds of Studley Royal Estate last summer. As we were wandering the countryside, this gorgeous church seemed to pop out at us, with of course its stunning doors.
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If you’ve ever visited Cornwall, UK you may know that ‘The Lizard’ is the name of the peninsula in southern Cornwall, UK, with Lizard Point being near the most southernly point of the British mainland. Whilst down there over Easter, we did some beautiful walking Jon and I, along with Jon’s mum, dad and their dog, Gordon and of course our two furry friends, Rosie and Millie. We filled our trusty backpacks with a few bits and bobs, including some lovely freshly made Cornish Pasties and headed out for a good ramble. Continue reading “Walking The Lizard – Church Cove to Cadgwith”