You are absolutely correct; it is a bright and beautiful door. Need a little more paint on the bottom to keep its sharp look, tho.
Providing a very cheerful welcome.
Certainly bright, like Monet's kitchen.
Great capture. I love blue doors!
This door has that welcoming look. I like the colors.
This looks like the colors of the Swedish flag. Maybe some Swedes live there.
very nice door :)
I LOVE this door. What pretty colors. They make a great combination.
wow! makes a great statement!
Bright and beautiful and it would make it easy to find the address!! Great shot, JM! Have a great weekend!
very cool !
Very lovely, bright colour and graphic scene! Classic blue and yellow. (That is lovely you sighted ducks nearby - I always think of them as a sign of Spring!:)
Love the contrast of the bright colors of the door with the quite plain wall...
A cheerful sight to greet you when coming home!
This is nicely done. All it's lacking are a pull and hinges like I've posted on my blog today.
Ha! In Versailles it would be solid blue, not with a lovely daffodil colour!
Having some Swedish ancestry, I find these colors to be especially nice and I like the way the door is constructed with those various rectangular panels. I also like the old doorbell. Don't see many like that around here!So sad about the palm trees. But at least you know it's because of a beetle. I don't know what the cause was, but we lost a bunch of palm trees in Florida some years back. Their branches turned yellow and then they died. I haven't heard much about that in recent times, tho.Hope your weekend is filled with fun stuff! We're good. Went walking today!
The colors are amazing.
Very strinking. It makes me think about painting my front door blue and yellow.
It's wonderful but I can't help wondering if it jars with the neighbours. Or alternatively if everyone did bright doors like that whether it would just look tacky.
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