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For this week’s Thursday Doors I am continuing on with my recent trip to Hearst Castle, and sharing some exterior doors.
Outer Door II- This door was quite plain compared to everything else there.
Hearst Castle’s Front Door.
There are 3 Guest cottages on the property. Hearst lived in one of them while the Castle was being built. This is a back door to Casa del Monte; the view from those windows faces north.
That’s Hearst Castle with the Bell Towers on the left. The inspiration for the Bell Towers was the tower of the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor in Ronda, Spain.
There were many flowers and shrubs in bloom while I was there. I really wish I had taken my Lensbaby with me!
and one last view today from the south side of the Castle with two balcony doors.
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Nikon Df| Nikkor 24-70mm| Delkin Digital Film| Hand-held| PS CC 2015
More to come…