Art and Architecture Olhão

Thursday Doors in the Ria Formosa

These are just a few of the ‘ordinary’ doors in Olhão, Faro and Tavira as part of my entry this week for Norm’s Thursday Door Challenge. Such a great challenge. I’ll definitely be back another Thursday soon with more doors, but in the meanwhile why not check out my very first Thursday Door entry.

19 comments on “Thursday Doors in the Ria Formosa

  1. Pingback: Thursday Doors in Portugal | It caught my eye in Portugal

  2. Hi – Great photos – I love the doors and windows of Olhao and Porto. Have a look at my latest post showing paintings inspired by Porto. We were in Olhao in early November and I have heaps of inspiration from photos taken there.

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  3. Becky, what a delightful collection! Must be a lovely area/lovely areas.


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  4. Love the photo of the street and the white door next to it!

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  5. Lovely collection of doors. The pink/peach one is beautiful. 🙂

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  6. Wow – what a wonderful collection. There’s something very warm and sunny about that 2nd white one (my fave) that makes me want to be there RIGHT NOW 🙂
    Welcome and thanks for joining us this week!

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  7. Lovely, would love to be there

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  8. I’m a door fan too so I have enjoyed looking at your Portuguese doors.

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  9. This might be the first post on this blog where I didn’t get any new terms 😀

    Beautiful pictures though 🙂

    Love and light ❤

    Anand 🙂

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