It really should be Thursday Gates for my contribution to Norm’s excellent Norm 2.0 blog. The weather has been really temperamental in my part of the UK but I managed to gather a few gates on my travels over the last few weeks.
Some Attention Needed
This one belongs to a pub, a good real ale house.
I liked the colour and the bars above this gate.
24 Hour Access
I actually took this image 2 years ago, but have been looking for a reason to post it.
From my visit to Stamford Lincolnshire last week.
Here’s my contribution to “Thursday Doors” on the Norm 2.0 blog, some great contributions over there, worth checking out.
It’s been over 20 years since I visited Stamford in Lincolnshire so on Tuesday I jumped on a train, and 3 stops and 40 minutes later I arrived at Stamford. It was a lovely sunny day but cold.
The first door that caught my eye was this curved restaurant door. The menu looked really good, including a bottle of wine for £650.oo ! The food prices were far more reasonable.
The Blossoms Were Out
Most of the buildings in Stamford are constructed using this lovely honey coloured stone.
The Pub Door
Broad & Slim
Pink or Cerise ?
A Bit Of Symmetry
Red & Stone
I thought this door had quite an unusual design.
Green & Stone
St John The Baptist Church Door
Really enjoyed the visit to Stamford, the people were very friendly and I had some of the best Fish & Chips I’ve had in a long time. Definitely be going back.