A bunch of almost forgotten one-year-old door photos plead to be seen by you all, so I said yes.
As I was going through my August 2017 folders for yesterday’s colourful Lens-Artists photo challenge, I found a multitude of doors that haven’t yet seen the light on this blog after one year. And since this is a sin, let me make it up to them today.
Today’s doors are from two trips I made with my parents and friends last year in the vicinity of Slovenian coast. First we went up to the Socerb Castle from where we enjoyed the view of Trieste (that I will show another time), passed Črni Kal with its leaning church tower, and finished at Osp which is a famous climbing centre (AS IF any of us does that).
Two days later we went to Lokev in the Karst region, famous for its prosciutto, caves, wine and Lipizzaner horses. (Yes, yes, some of that we do most gladly.) After lunch the local priest opened the church for us and then the curator of the “Fabiani” Museum Shop across the street invited us in and showed us his painstakingly collected wares. Here is my last year’s post from this shop.
This summer I’ve seen plenty again and taken innumerable door photos and I can only hope that in one year time not many will cry in their folders begging to be let out on Thursdays and play. If any of these seem familiar, they might have sneaked in on another day.