It’s been a week or three since I posted for Thursday Doors – Christmas being, fingers crossed, a busy time here for the boutique and work sometimes just has to take precedence – but I’m surprised how much I’ve missed my regular postings and the Thursday Door community, so I thought I’d post a rather special door for this week’s contribution.
The building is an ancient ‘commanderie’, the dwelling of the old seigneur (lord of the manor) in the Middle Ages and also may have been a stopping place on one of the pilgrimage routes to Compostela. Nowadays the old stone building is a beautiful family home which I had the pleasure of photographing some weeks ago at the end of the summer. The door stands at the top of a flight of worn stone steps so it’s not possible to get a full front on view, so my shots show the ancient steps and views from the inside looking out to the sunny day beyond………….
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