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Behind the Green Door

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I met my husband in a store with a green door – you just never know where your destiny awaits ;)
Green is a popular/traditional colour for doors and windows here on the Dalmatian coast so I guess the chances of meeting behind a green door were reasonably high.

My ‘cyber friend’ Sarah-Jane of Chasing the Donkey fame recently blogged about the wonders of the many fantastic old doors she has come across in her Croatian travels…. and I thought I would share some of my favourite Korčula doors with you.

Wrought Iron S Door - there must be some other S's here, this is not our door!

Wrought Iron S Door – there must be some other S’s here, this is not our door!

 

A classic white double door

A classic white double door

 

A classic arched stone entrance - Korcula

A classic arched stone entrance – Korcula

 

Blue doors and shutters -  Lumbarda, Korcula

Blue doors and shutters – Lumbarda, Korcula

 

Double green doors

Double green doors

 

The love door - one of my favourites.

The love door – one of my favourites.

A lovely handle - come on in :)

A lovely handle – come on in :)

What do you take photos of when you are on holiday? Are you a door lover too?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Author: Seba Silver

In June 2011 Adolf and I opened a small store on the beautiful Dalmatian Island of Korcula. Our store (Seba Dizajn) showcases Adolf's stunning filigree jewellery, all work is made on site offering you the fascinating chance to see filigree jewellery being made. Visit us at www.sebasilver.com to see and purchase some of our filigree jewellery. The Seba family have been working, and creating beautiful pieces of filigree jewellery for over 500 years.

18 thoughts on “Behind the Green Door

  1. Nawwww thanks for the shout out! And wowzers, I am so jealeous of your doors. They are so stunning at the photos sure beat my iPhone ones. Here is to many others finding love at a green door.

  2. great doors, each one so individual! nice selection and beautiful photos Ruth!

  3. hey lovely

    fantastic doors
    i love them
    guess it is time for a little series on berlin doors

    when traveling i take pix of anythig that jumps into my eyes
    but door are on the list too or bridges …… or sunsets …… 

  4. I love taking door photos too! (that’s how I found your lovely blog!) They hold so much – the color, an entryway/exit….just a simple door, but so different around the world!

    • Hi & thanks for joining us. It is interesting how a simple door can hold so much intrigue and fascination for photographers too. Have been enjoying wandering thru your blog too :)

  5. A reminder to delight in the details… You’re definitely tempting us to visit Korčula, Ruth. :)

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