The first door is a pretty pink one which is in Tasmania - I can picture a really lovely colonial styled home inside complete with ladies in long skirts and gentlemen with beards and curled moustaches.
This door is in Budapest - there were lots of brown wooden doors with different carvings or glass etchings in them.
Nice blue and gold door in Mojacar (pronounced Mahaca) which is in Spain.
I really like how with the door below they've hung a patchwork behind the glass to give a plain door a really funky look.
I should have had Ken stand next to this door to show you how big it was as in the picture you can't tell - it was very tall.
Old door - I always think if these sort of doors could talk imagine the things in history that they've seen and the peoples lives they've silently been a part of.
The door below is actually quite plain but they've used a paint effect to make it look really special.
This door is very unloved looking but it still makes me wonder what's behind it - maybe a den of iniquity.
Doors that have been put in prison - lovely ironwork in front of doors.
Door to the house of the half moon (at least that's what I think the Spanish means - the moon is a bit of a clue).
This door is very beautiful as it's purple. I've included the picture showing the whole front of the house so you can see how gorgeous it is.
I'm also a big fan of fairy doors as I think it's important to have a way for them to get into your home and sprinkle their special brand of magic dust everywhere. Below is my purple door which sits in our lounge-room, and below that is one of my friends fairy doors ( see I'm not the only one).
Hope you've enjoyed this look at doors - they're such simple things but so beautiful.
Until next time, be good, be happy, and take a look at the doors around you and have a think about what they're hiding behind them.
Pamela & Ken