My friend, who often sends me postcards, chose this card without knowing how much I enjoy interesting doors. It turns out that he also finds them fascinating. So, I suppose, this is an invitation to others to look for interesting, ordinary items and appreciate them.
This doorknob was located in the center of the door to our hotel room in Nîmes, France and proved to be quite pretty when examined up close.
How many times have we seen a loyal dog waiting patiently by a door? This pooch was near a shop in Les Baux, France.
Also found in Les Baux, France is this old studded door with the knocker in the center
A very simple door with long hinges and a lever instead of a knob is near Hornnes, Norway on a small hunting hut.
This door dates from the 1600s and is on a storage building called a Stabbur in Hornnes, Norway where my great-grandfather, Mikal Alfsen Hornnes lived at one time.
Gorgeous carved lintel and door posts bracket the massive wooden doors found on this building at the Bygdøy folk museum, Oslo, Norway
We saw more than one of these raised doors with no stairs. This one is on a castle wall in Salzburg, Austria. Notice the slit in the wall for arrows
A door within a door at the Festung, Salzburg, Austria
This doorway was discovered within a wall of the Festung.
An elaborate doorway within the Festung
Fancy ironwork on this door
A door with a small peek hole at the upper left found in a wall
The door above was from the living quarters in the Festung. The door below is also found in the Festung.
A new modern wooden door in the style of the very old doors. Found on a house in Hallstatt, Austria.
And last, but not really least, the tiny door into the children's room at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Preserve in Austin, Texas.