Thursday Doors at Great Dixter, UK
Great Dixter is the private home and garden of the late gardener and gardening writer, Christopher Lloyd. First let’s look at the doors I found there!
We had a great deal of action with doors here……. keep the door open……..
Ring the bell loudly………
Don’t go in……..
Duck or grouse (grumble or complain because you have hit your head)…….mind your head……….
We rang, we opened, we closed, we ducked, we minded, but did not grouse, and we enjoyed all the doors!
Soon we will explore the history and walk the grounds of Great Dixter! See you in the garden!
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?
9 Responses to “Thursday Doors at Great Dixter, UK”
What a lovely place to visit! Those doors are great.
Thanks Georgia, almost done with gardens from the UK! Snowing today in Harrogate!
What a lovely, rustic place. That furniture, *swoon* I’d like to go! Duck or grouse is quite clever. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Beautiful photographs, such a fabulous place.
That looks like a fun place to visit and so many lovely doors too – nicely done 🙂
A lovely place! Thanks for taking us there…
I like the doors and the perspective of the first shot, but the signs are by far my favorites, especially the “Duck or grouse!” 🙂
Love these! The signs are great.
Great photos! And that bell…that’s was used as my school bell when I was in primary school. Wow! What a flashback.