Wednesday Doorway – Rodemack, France


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29 thoughts on “Wednesday Doorway – Rodemack, France

  1. Bonjour mon amie!
    What a beautiful door! I love the colors and your composition is superb, Leia! Perfect capture for the day!

    Hugs
    Sylvia

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  2. That's a great doorway, lots of charm and character. I'm really curious to know what is in the containers on either side of the door. Corks from wine bottles? Hello to Cezar too!!

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  3. What a fabulous idea to have kept the place like it was before!It makes a very interesting mix of old and new, and a very pretty and unusual place!

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  4. This is very pretty! I like the color and texture of the door, and the blue flowers are the perfect added touch. Hope you have a wonderful day!

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  5. Very nice!!! I'm always amazed by the number of places with the same name. There must be hundreds of relais de la poste, cafe de la gare, and I remember reading somewhere that there are 19000 Bristol Hotel in the world.

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  6. I love it, I love it I really do!!! Such a cute entrance! I also love your new header – it's awesome!
    Hugs
    J.

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  7. Très belle composition! Et une bien jolie devanture qui porte(et les fenêtres aussi;o)) bien le signe du temps! Et en prime, une touche de gaité avec ces pots de fleurs!

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    Big bizzzouzzzz, mes amis * et belle soirée****

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  8. This is a cafe? A place to post letters? An antique shop?

    Nah, you can't get in the door anymore what with that plant sitting there. It must be a residence – but the people who own it cannot afford to renovate the facade. That's OK, because it certainly has a lot of character!

    Re your comment on Images: That's Haley and our daughter's cat…Haley loved the cat; well, loved to chase it. The cat did not much like to be chased!

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  9. Probably not any more a “relais” for everybody, but at least for someone and so nice that the facade has been kept!

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  10. Nice photo of the weathered door and shutters, Wow! It looks like those jars are full of corks! That's a LOT of wine. 🙂

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