Postcards from England: Christmas 2016 — Boots by the Door

Pretty doorway in the Cotswolds -- with boots!

Pretty doorway in the Cotswolds — with boots!

Dear Readers,

We think doors in the Cotswolds just ooze charm.  Maybe it’s because they’re shorter than ours in the States.  Maybe it’s because the hold wreaths or garlands or signs of the season. You may be looking at this one saying, “That one’s pretty ordinary.”  And maybe it is.  But this door had us grabbing the camera.  It’s the little things, right?

Boots by the door: England in the Cotswolds

Boots by the door: England in the Cotswolds

Thinking Christmas all week long — Rusha and Bert

More Christmas 2016 postcards:

Markets at Bath

Windows at Selfridges

 

About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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10 Responses to Postcards from England: Christmas 2016 — Boots by the Door

  1. Hope you have a fabulous Christmas in England!!

  2. David says:

    It’s the simplicity that captures the imagination.
    A very Merry Christmas and best wishes for a Happy New Year to you both.

  3. An amazing place to be, the Cotswold district. I absolutely love your photo!

  4. Handsome door, and I love that wreath. Now, if only you could ask if that little alcove is really for boots or for something else. Love it. 🙂

  5. Pit says:

    You’re right about the doors, but I’d say that all of the Cotswold’s houses ooze charm. It’s an absolutely fantastic area.
    Have a great weekend,
    Pit

    • Pit, you are so right. We found every little village to be charming — and I really would love to stay for a month or so, especially if we felt more comfortable about driving there! Best wishes for happy holidays!

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