... then there's always ANOTHER door to photograph. At least in Europe, where there seem to be an abudance of beautiful, quaint old doors.
Inspired by Jennifer Greco's post yesterday about her French door obsession (which I most definitely share), here are some of the doors (and a few windows as well) I shot while in England in May.
I just love a picturesque door or a cottage window surrounded by flowers, don't you?
The Oriel Window, incidentally, was where William Henry Fox Talbot captured his first successful camera image, taken from inside the room.
All the homes in the adorable village of Castle Combe (proncounced like "coomb") seem to have names, which I thought was very charming.
And of course, if unicorns were to live anywhere, they'd probably want to live in Castle Combe, because it really is just THAT enchanting.
I don't know if this qualifies as a door... but it certainly seems to me like it could have been a portal: