Something that brings me joy is joining in with friends at Thursday Doors (hosted by Norm Frampton), a lovely community of door-lovers.
For the next little bit of time, I’ll be featuring doors I discovered “before” around the place I currently reside in Perpignan, southern France.
When I first moved to Perpignan in August 2019, I passed this beautifully bright building one day when my husband and I got lost looking for a possible apartment to rent. We finally found the apartment. It wasn’t the right one. But, I enjoyed capturing this building in the process.
In 1888, Vincent van Gogh rented rooms in a yellow house with green shutters in Arles (southern France), four hours from Perpignan. He painted the house and called it The Yellow House. He wrote to a friend, “It’s tremendous, these yellow houses in the sunlight and then the incomparable freshness of the blue.”
If you would like to see more doors from all around the globe, visit Norm’s.
Thank you for stopping by. I wish you joy!!