The doors of Saint Giles Cathedral

Doors are fascinating.  They keep things out and they keep things in.  They can be welcoming or they tell you to stay away.  They can be cookie cutter in appearance or they can display a unique personality or at least the personality of the owner.

I always find the doors to places of worship to be very intriguing like the ones here at St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland.  Something interesting about Edinburgh, the city is built on so many different levels; up, down, rolling, curving, etc.  You can notice it here if you look at the bottom step.

Do you see it?

Teri  📷

And one edit for Monochrome Monday.

(For as much as I can post this week, we will be back in Scotland.  I have a busy week ahead of me working on a project to be delivered and catching up on things from last week when I was laid low by something I ate that had me living off of tea and chicken broth.  I’m about 80% back to eating regular food now but those saltine crackers were pretty good.)

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7 Responses to The doors of Saint Giles Cathedral

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    And sometimes they design doors just to be photographed. LOL A lovely door, with so much attention to detail.
    PS Just because you’re getting better doesn’t mean you have to cut out the saltine crackers. 🙂

  2. Nancy says:

    Feel better my friend! The detail on these doors is exquisite!

  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Love the last step. Looks like a Mexican staircase. 😉
    Glad you enjoyed Scotland. It is on my list too…
    So many places, so little time…

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