Thursday Doors on Crazy Friday

I try to keep this blog a fairly positive place, without excessive swearing, so I’m not going to comment on my feelings about #Brexit here.

Instead, here are some pretty doors, part of my response to Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors Challenge.

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For more doors, or to add one of your own, head over to Norm’s site and click the link.

 

43 thoughts on “Thursday Doors on Crazy Friday

  1. They are pretty doors! But I have to say, I am shocked by today’s result. The implications are huge and far reaching and I really believe the majority of the voting British public did not look beyond their own shores at the potential consequences. Ps. If you can’t rant on your own blog….

    1. The majority for Out was 52%. Are you saying the other 48% didn’t vote in self interest? Come on. Or are you saying the majority of the voting public voted in self interest? Or didn’t consider Ireland? Not the same thing.

      1. I do try and keep this blog rant free (unless it’s about writing), so I respectfully suppose we can agree to disagree about the outcome. I did read your post on the other side of the argument, and thought it well presented – I suppose now we’ll just have to wait and see what happens next.

    2. Thanks, Ali πŸ™‚ I do try and keep my blog rant free (other than rants about writing), plus I’ve already blarged all over Twitter and FB. Now it’s a ‘wait and see’ as to what happens next.
      Back to the pretty doors… πŸ™‚

  2. Those are some damn fine doors (and that’s all the swearing I’ll do in public for now). Thank you for posting them. Today, I just want to open that Art Nouveau one at the top and walk through into a world that’s not here & now…

      1. No kidding. We went and watched “Alice Through the Looking Glass” last night; it made me feel better. The world is back in balance at the end of that.

  3. LOVE that first door with the trees above it! Thanks for not swearing, haha (I’m Dutch) As long as the UK’s reason is for the good of the people I’m fine with it. Am surprised about the 4% difference, here in the USA they would call that “a margin of error.” I won’t be offended if you don’t want to respond to my comment:)

    1. Not at all, thanks for commenting πŸ™‚ And yes, it’s important that people have their say – I think it’s the very close margin that’s really illustrated what a divide there is. All we can do now is wait to see what happens next.

  4. I agree with you on the EU vote Helen but like you have kept my blog free of political opinions. Thanks for the pretty doors. I’m doing the rounds of
    my blogging pals blogs to cheer me up today!

  5. I’m just going to comment on your lovely doors πŸ˜‰
    That first one is just gorgeous, and hey that wooden revolving door is quite special too.

    1. Hehe, thanks, Sarah πŸ™‚ Yes, the shock is still reverberating over here, especially with all the politicians backflipping. But that’s another post, and not for this blog.

    1. Thank so much – really glad you like the doors πŸ™‚ The third door pic was actually taken in California but I agree, it does have a sort of japanese woodcut feel – I think that’s why it caught my eye.

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