I think there may be a few more French doors to find. The first two are doors from Beaune, a charming village in the Burgundy region not far from Dijon.
The everything going for it door – the surrounds, transom windows about and more carvings plus it is a grand door
This door also had carvings around it. There must have been a reason I cut them out. Perhaps the most of annoyances, something blocking the best photo point.
I think this looks like quite official doors in Avignon. I like Avignon and have been a couple of times.
One of the adventure day out while in Avignon was to go to Baux de Provence. A immense and superb stone hilltop fortress, the village has been painstakingly restored and less than 500 people live there. Baux is now a living museum
I went looking through my folders thinking I had some cycling photos or just a few bicycles to join in this challenge but failed miserably. I have resorted to some oldies that you may have seen before.
Lovely little wire sculptures.
And then I remembered a sign on a bike shop in Beaune France.
While travelling in France, we stayed in Dijon with a lovely couple in an AirBnB. They suggested we go to a nearby town, Beaune. We were walking in Beaune when some people started to look across the road and up to a first story window. A couple of people spoke to us in French and then signalled us to look up. A magical moment shared with the people in the street.
Not really a Cat and not really in a window but three cats sitting outside of a window
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