Thursday Doors, 9/7/20: Grosseto 1.

Catching Thursday by the tail… Today’s doors are one year old and I captured them on one of the hottest days last year in our regional capital in Tuscany, Grosseto.









I’m still in Slovenia, it’s balmy, fresh, green, calm, and my blog has stepped aside for the time being. But today is Thursday, it’s only proper to show you some doors.

Grosseto is a town you don’t visit just like that, by accident or by reputation. It’s a shame, really, because its historic old town is mighty pretty. I showed you this hot day trip already on my previous blog but I saved most of its doors for Thursdays that never came. Today is part one of Grosseto doors, overdue but better late than never.

For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors challenge

23 thoughts on “Thursday Doors, 9/7/20: Grosseto 1.

  1. I can just smile and nod knowingly, imagining what the place is like, as it has a similar look and feel as many of the old small towns in that part of Italy…sigh 🙂
    I think the 36C + heat here at the moment may have an influence on me because I can almost feel the heat in these pics too.
    For the record, the reflection of the cathedral is my favourite shot of the bunch.
    Stay cool and keep enjoying your break 🙂

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    1. Wow! 😮 I’m not following news much and I haven’t heard of this. In Canada as hot as in Tuscany! 😮 😮 😮 Whereas here in Slovenia it doesn’t cross 30. Incredible. You must become used to all kinds of temperatures like some super heroes! Thank you, Norm. On that day it was around 40. You’re almost there!

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