2 March: A Thursday Door

Bushboy (Brian Dodd) shares photos of doors, but not just any doors. Spectacular doors from his journeys. Dan’s Thursday Doors opened the door on this. I love doors of all sorts. I’ve trawled through my holiday snaps and found a few to share.

This door photo is from a road trip in 2015 to Goslar, and the Hartz mountain region of Germany. Goslar is listed on the UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site . More photos of Goslar’s doors in the weeks to come.

©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter #amwriting @bushboywhotweet and @DAntion 

12 responses to “2 March: A Thursday Door”

  1. They are quite fancy 🙂


  2. gosh, how ornate! I wonder, would anyone bother nowadays?


    1. No, they wouldn’t. Front doors used to send a message, like a red door meant welcome, although it could also mean that you’d paid off your mortgage. Everyone’s front doors all look the same nowadays.

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  3. What incredible workmanship! This is when people took pride in their crafts.

    Does the sign say something about a “warm kitchen”?

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    1. Continuous warm meals … sort of like We never close … or something like that. 😂

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      1. Twelve years attending a German Lutheran school and that’s the amount of knowledge I have retained! 😂


  4. Those are lovely doors. I love the metal work in the arch. Thanks for joining us.


    1. My pleasure, Dan.

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  6. A great one and done! Such details!!!. Nice.



    1. Thank you, Pat.


  7. A very interesting door indeed! I look forward to more.


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