Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

In a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that captures the threshold.

threshold (n) an entrance or doorway

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Ludlow has a fine collection of Georgian doorways of many different and unusual styles from simply elegant neo-classical to ornate porches and fancy fanlights. (click image to enlarge)

Which one is your favourite?

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Heyjude

I now live back in the UK, but spent several years travelling the world and then living in South Africa. I look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

25 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold”

  1. Third row down, third one in. I like the geometric pattern in the plasterwork.
    Good old Ludlow. Is there nothing this town cannot provide by way of photographic opportunity Jude? You should contact the tourist board, and get paid for organising photography tours.
    Regards as always, Pete. x

    1. Apparently that is in the “Gibbsian” style Pete.
      I reckon I have almost photographed every building in the town – windows, doors, timber-frames AND the walks around here. Time to move on maybe?

    1. That’s almost the same style as my front door – without the side panels (row two, third along with the wooden door that you like). Neo-classical style 🙂

  2. Top row, second one in, love the double frontage like that with the side windows. Great threshold pics Jude, Ludlow certainly does have some beautiful buildings 🙂 xx

  3. Wow Jude that is quite the selection. Definitely meets thee theme. Bottom row second from left. I am imagining all the light coming in from the extra windows.

    1. I like the red door too, and you are quite right the brass door furniture is delightful. A simple elegant neo-classical design with just a touch of ornateness in that lovely fanlight. A very welcoming door.

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