Thursday Doors, 4/3/21: Viterbo 6.

Further ten minutes in the life of Viterbo doors on the Last Carefree Day, 22nd February 2020.

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But first, a door that made me laugh a couple of days ago when my uncle sent it to me from Piran on the Slovenian coast where he was visiting my parents. He took it during our virtual conversation with Thursday Doors in mind. It made me yearn for Slovenia and my people, that light and that garden, that lettuce and things coming out of that oven. I give you: the fridge door of my parents. Thanks, uncle!

And now, the penultimate chapter of Viterbo doors in Lazio as taken during our trip last year just before all went slowly to hell.

It was just after 5 pm, the light turned golden, and even the ugliest doors shone prettily. All these photos were taken in ten minutes. The door density of Italian towns is extraordinary.

Greetings from southern Tuscany which is pretty, green and blossomy with spring, but slowly getting to feel like prison. And doors are the guardians.


For Thursday Doors challenge hosted by Dan at No Facilities

33 thoughts on “Thursday Doors, 4/3/21: Viterbo 6.

  1. I’m sitting here giggling at your words of “all went slowly to hell”. One year later that’s about how it feels. And here in US, all the political stuff along with Covid has been dreadful. Praying that soon the illness and death will stop and we can all get on our merry way.

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  2. So many pretty doors, but I like the church–especially the round window over the door. And the windows on the ‘tempting’ door. I think I was more enamored with the windows today!

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  3. So many beautiful doors and lovely stone buildings. Thanks for sharing your interesting travel with us, Manja. I do like your uncle’s contribution. I really like the photo of the door with the shadows.

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  4. I’m kinda hungry, so I was eager to look in the fridge.
    You know how I love the greening of things, so green meets green was tops with me. Lovely overgrowth!

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  5. Your uncle is funny… I see where you got it from.. “slowly to hell” . Don’t know why but that had me laughing out loud.
    My favorite is the one where you had to take a peek. Awesome!

    Pat

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