Doors and Doorways

This week the Lens Artists Photo Challenge #204 is doors and doorways given to us by Sylvia of My Colorful Expressions.

I am choosing several doors and doorways from London.

Doorman Lloyds of London
Scrubbing up the entrance to Wiltons restaurant.
An old world house and doorway in Mayfair.
A modern door!
Doorway with a view at Windsor Castle.
Doorman in a bowler hat and another gent having a chat in the doorway of an office building.
This is one of my favorite doorway photos.A medieval Knight in full armor on his charger coming toward me in Wallace House.
St. Olave’s church with some grim skulls on the top. Not sure what their meaning is.

26 Comments Add yours

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    What marvelous doors and doorways. I love your featured photo WOW!!!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you Cee.

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  2. Priti says:

    All the doors are excellent especially the Windsor castle ! Well captured! πŸ‘πŸ˜Š

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      1. Priti says:

        Welcome πŸ™‚

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  3. kiangablog says:

    What a fun photo challenge Anne! I love how you still manage to find a horse in some form or other! I know that entrance at Windsor Castle. My brother-in-law lives near Windsor so we have lots of outings around there when we go over.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      I like that Vista through the archway at Windsor. Thanks for commenting.

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  4. Love your photos. Particularly like that archway with a view of Windsor Castle. Very lovely view!

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    1. anne leueen says:

      It is a lovely view. Thanks.

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  5. Greart selection of doors & doorways, Anne πŸ‘ I like the knight shot as well, but the winner for me is the modern one with the geometric ironwork πŸ˜ƒ

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Yes itbis interesting. I couldn’t resist taking a photo of that one.

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  6. So cool! The first door looks like a glass box! And the one at Windsor (with the green lawns) is beautiful. Now I want a knight statue to point down one of my hallways and guard my door lol.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Haha! Yes .thanks for commenting

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  7. Michele Lee says:

    Fantastic! Love the variety.

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  8. These are amazing images of these doorways.

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  9. Laura says:

    European doors are always so interesting, either the doors or the people you’ve captured appear to tell a story. I have to agree I do love the doorway with the charging horse with a medieval knight rider it’s amazing, what a terrific entry to the photo challenge.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you so much for this comment. So glad you like the horse and knight charging down the hallway!

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      1. Neal Saye says:

        Anne, I want to walk through all those doors!

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        1. anne leueen says:

          Ok! Even St. Olavs church with those skulls? Well why not?

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          1. Neal Saye says:

            Well, only if you accompany me through that one.

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          2. anne leueen says:

            I am going to find out from one of my London experts what the history is about those skulls!!

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  10. Paula Light says:

    Very cool πŸ™‚

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  11. Array says:

    Enjoyed the snapshots of London and the people in the photos – and what contrast in the first two – In color and in depiction –
    Also – the man with bowler hat and gent talking – the third guy to the right added interest as well.

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    1. anne leueen says:

      Thank you and I think that third guy was focused on getting somewhere!

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      1. Prior... says:

        Yes – going right through the entrance !

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