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Thursdays Doors: St Ives Again

George Hicks Court Archway, St Ives

George Hicks Court Archway, St Ives

I just love this photo: the archway, the cottage and the worn lane!

 

St Ives, Cornwall

St Ives, Cornwall

This gate has a charming house design on it!

Rose Lane Church, Now a Memorial, St Ives

Rose Lane Church, Now a Memorial, St Ives

St Ives

St Ives

Beautiful arches, gates and doors here!

St Ives

St Ives

St Ives

Popincourt, St Ives

The Door at the End of the Lane, St Ives

The Door at the End of the Lane, St Ives

Old Overhead Door, St Ives

Old Overhead Door at Hain Steamship Co, St Ives

Doesn’t that logo on the Hain Door look like the Hanes Socks Logo? Hmmmmm……..

The Seagulls Door, St Ives

The Seagulls’ Door, St Ives

A Door to a Secret Garden, St Ives

A Door to a Secret Garden, St Ives

Another Red Door and Gate in St Ives

Another Red Door with Gate in St Ives

One of My Favorite Lanes in St Ives

One of My Favorite Lanes in St Ives (and Another Gate!)

St Ives

St Ives

Doors in St Ives tended to be blue, followed by red, followed by black.

St Ives

St Ives

St Ives

Norway House, St Ives

The Norway Grocery, St Ives

The Norway Grocery, St Ives

And then every once in a while another color is thrown into the mix. Changes things up a bit!

Maize Colored Door, St Ives

Maize Colored Door, St Ives

The Corn Colored Door, St Ives

The Corn Colored Door, St Ives

Now the Traditional Butchers Shop door is quite regular.

Traditional Butchers, St Ives

Traditional Butchers, St Ives

It was what was brought in every morning through the door that I watched for!

Meat! St Ives

Meat! St Ives

There were just so many great doors, nooks and crannies in St Ives! I think I got the best! See you tomorrow in St Ives!

This is just one of many photos in the Thursday Door Collection featured by Norm2.0!   Won’t you join in or take a peak at all the doors?

7 Responses to “Thursdays Doors: St Ives Again”

  1. Norm 2.0

    More wonderful doors from St Ives this week. Wow this place is full of history. My fave is the thin maize coloured one.

    Reply
  2. Jean Reinhardt

    Wow! what a fabulous collection of photographs. St. Ives is such a beautiful place, I’ll have to try and get there when I get a chance to visit my son in Bristol. ‘Norway House’ is my favourite, I could live in that lovely little cottage.

    Reply
  3. Pistachios

    That one of Popincourt with the fish on it is rather cute 🙂 It’s kind of funny how the door to the “secret garden” has such an obvious sign on it !

    Reply
    • CadyLuck Leedy

      I know! Wasn’t that the ugliest thing? But they were doing a secret garden tour and that was a private garden behind a private wall so without the sign we wouldn’t have gone in!

      Reply

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