Saturday

Paris: A-door-ingly


(both above by Georgianna)

Amazingly, it's very difficult to find two alike. Just another thing to "adore" about Paris! (by David and Georgianna)

(by Georgianna)

(all by David)

The door and steps seen in the movie Midnight in Paris, where Gil waits for the car each night. They are located on the Place de l'Abbe Basset, near the Pantheon. (by Georgianna).

We've collected up more of the movie's locations in a little 2012 calendar here. (just for our wonderful blog readers, use coupon code CALENDAR20 for a 20% discount)

And we'd like to say Merci Beaucoup to all of you who visit, comment and are following. Your enthusiastic response has been so encouraging!

A Bientôt!

Georgianna and David

27 comments:

  1. Dearest sweet g, these doors are so beautiful! I especially love that first one lots! Have a lovely merry happy weekend and love to you!

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  2. I can even begin to tell you where my heart is. I just adore windows and doors. I opened you blog and wow. Thanks so much.
    Gorgeous, gorgeous.
    I lived in Europe when my Dad was working over there for five years.
    Love your Blog .G and D.

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  3. I want arched doors in my new home inside. I have them picked out.

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  4. OK, where have I been? I didn't know about this blog! Good grief! Ahhhh, the power of Twitter...saw your link. "A door ingly"...HOW clever! I soooo love doors! They have such character and charm. Isn't it interesting how the entrances to buildings vary from region to region! The door to our home...kind of a window to our soul.

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  5. So glad you identified the steps in Midnight Paris--I've been very curious about where they were, and now I know!

    The doors are delightful!

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  6. Love all these gorgeous doors!! xo

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  7. All these doors are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing. :) And I saw Midnight in Paris last week, what a wonderful film. Have a nice Sunday! xo

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  8. They could all be movie sets, really! I see hearts in lots of them.. I love the capture of the gentleman heading inside...I can't imagine how lovely the residence is beyond!

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  9. haha! i love this title! such gorgeous photos!

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  10. What a gorgeous collection of beautiful doors! Love all the pattern, ornate scroll work and color!!!! Thanks for sharing these gems :)

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  11. There's just something so beautiful about doors ... perhaps it's the invitation they offer and the way they give us an opportunity to say something about ourselves ... LOVE these, they're SO beautiful!!!! What a collection!

    Left you a little luv note in response to your comment on the blog, darling ...
    http://tinyurl.com/5tedb4r

    Have a wonderful day!
    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com

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  12. Georgianna and David, these are simply magical, and it is such a pleasure to visit you here.

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  13. very nice blog! I follow you!
    Big hug from Italy! Nick

    if you want look my sketches
    http://www.nicksketches.blogspot.com/

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  14. I'll take door number two, please. And whatever treasures lie behind it.

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  15. I just bounced off and took a look at your new calendar. I am having a fit I tell you. A FIT!

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  16. Hi Georgianna and David,

    All the door photographs are wonderful - and isn't there so much material in France, with the gorgeous architect. I always wonder what is behind the doors.

    Hope that you are having a lovely week
    Carolyn

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  17. I thought those steps and door looked familiar. :) Lovely photos as always. This is just the place to drop by for my Paris fix. :)
    Ada

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  18. Wow! What an absolute treat this blog is. Your photos are breathtaking... Thanks for sharing this with us!!!
    Jennifer

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  19. I love photographing door myself!You just reminded me I should have a posting on doors, too! Wonderful photos!

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  20. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful collection of doors. Fantastic!
    Judith

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  21. It is impossible not to go to Paris and fall in love with the doors!! This is a wonderful collection, you've taken me back to my honeymoon and first trip there with Daniel, falling in love with the city and it's gorgeous architecture and unique doors.

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  22. Wow! Stunning and so very interesting! I cant wait to go to Paris!

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  23. Liz Piccione-VolgerJanuary 1, 2012 at 3:32 PM

    Love your photographs of these beautiful doors. Can I pin them on Pinterest giving you credit of course? http://pinterest.com/lizbpv/door-doors-more-doors-and-windows-too/

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  24. Why does everything in Paris seem to be so stunningly beautiful? I bet my locksmith in Wichita hasn't seen doors like this around.

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    1. Hi Al, It's true, isn't it? Everything in Paris seems to be incredibly beautiful. Thanks for stopping by.

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