Oh, how I would love to have my own red door and/or vine-framed window in Paris (you too, I'll bet)!
Oh, yes!! I, too, would love to have my own red door and vine-framed window in Paris!! Great shot as always, Genie!!HugsSylvia
Oh, all those red and blue doors in Paris...! I love them!
Hello Genie:For ourselves, we are great lovers of 'shabby chic' as we are of this kind of entrance door, tucked away, paint peeling, surrounding foliage somewhat overgrown. The whole suggests a certain intrigue and mystery, and thus fascinates.
Inside lives a grand old lady with a bouffant of grey hair tangled loosely together with ivory chopsticks. She is enveloped in a worn armchair which appears oversized. She is waiting patiently for a rap on the door as she was yesterday and the day before. Her name is Wisteria.
And another burgundy door......beautiful colours!Ruby
It has a rather mysterious feel to it. I love red doors of all colors and the draping vine just makes it all the more interesting.Sam
Interesting placement of the door handle in the centre of the door..
Wauu.. wonderfull door. I love old red color.Hugs
This door is just toooo sweet and quaint. I, too, love the color. Hope you are well. the other genie
Very simple and understated. Nice.
What a deep, marvelous shade of red it is too! I love it when i go for my walks and see pretty kitties peering at me through the windows. It's as if they're saying .. 'i want to walk with you, and see what i can see out there!'
Beautiful! Those hanging vines really add something. :)
Can you please put a relating image to this one Genie so we can find out the end of the story from Joe haha!
An entance with a character !
Kind of street that I like!God bless you!Cezar
Je vois que vous êtes revenue dans mon quartier le 14e et que vous découvrez toujours des petits coins bien secrets ! Bravo GenieXXXDanielle
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