Thursday Newport Doors, part trois

Happy Thursday morning to Dan and other door lovers. My third installment of Newport Doors is a colorful one, all captured while walking the town, the cliffs, or touring mansions. We were there barely a week but saw so much of the town I feel I saw it all…but of course did not. If you like seaside towns you must put Newport on your bucket list.

Vase embellishment and stained glass at 490
Bright contrast
Stone and wood house
‘Mature’ home
Williamsburg blue.
Fifteen and hydrangeas.
The wood door embellishments sadly peek out from behind the storm door.
Vroom, vroom!
LOVE the porthole!
Steep climb up to 21.
Water damaged but still pretty.
Fishing anyone?

Because I have too many doors for one Thursday, I’ve divided them in half. This week, houses with numbers and next week those without. I hope you will head over to Dan’s Thursday Doors for more door 🚪 photos from around the globe. Until next time…

16 comments

  1. You really grabbed some personality with these series of doors today!
    And of all the images – my favorite is the first one – #490
    I could imagine the person ordering that border and flower decor – and then wonder who painted it the yellow and light blue

    Hmmm

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  2. Oh Denny, these are all amazing doors collection for this week. My choice…the first one because I love the flower vase, the second because of the pink flowers and number 53 because of the two scooters. 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

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  3. These are wonderful. I love the decorations that adorn these “normal” doors. Many of them have a seaside appearance. There are too many nice ones to pick a favorite. I enjoyed walking along, and I look forward to seeing more of the town in Part-2 (or 4).

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