For Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, I’m sharing a few well-worn doors from the seaside town of Neapolis in Peloponnese, Greece. We visit family in this friendly, traditional town just about every summer. It’s a place where we dine by the sea, lounge at the beach, and tour the countryside looking for new places to see. Best of all for us, it’s a quiet, unspoiled agricultural valley bordered by the sea where we can relax and enjoy slow-paced living for a short time. Enjoy your day!
13 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Neapolis”
These are beautiful. I love weathered old doors.
Thank you, Dan. If the old doors could talk, I’m sure they would have interesting stories to tell.
Weathered to perfection for sure. Lovely doors!
Thanks, Sandy. I can’t resist photographing old weathered doors. 🙂
I can understand why!
All these doors are beautiful, Donna, the weathered as well as the modern ones:) Miss Mediterranean life in the winter months – I love to have an evening meal and part of the evening outside on the deck!
Thanks, Jesh. We love spending time in Greece. Lots of meals outside for sure!
We have the weather for it in Southern California, but unfortunately in the more Northern mountains it has cooled off too much on the deck in the shade when it’s during the 70-80 weather by evening time. So only in the 90 and above weather we can eat outside. Are you slowly recovering from the renovation?
We have similar weather in the SF Bay Area where it has to be hot during the day to enjoy the patio at night. This summer we had plenty of nights on the patio.
Our renovation recovery program is a three week vacation in Greece. The stress of the remodel is now a distant memory! 😁
Very cool! Love the textures!
Lovely old weathered beauties 🙂
Thanks, Norm. I love the textures and character of the old weathered doors.