Last week I posted on St Julian of Norwich and her shrine located in Norwich.
Norwich's charm lies in its hopelessly furrowed, cobblestone roads and sidewalks, twisted old buildings and the overall playful, medieval character of it's city center. Having traveled cross-country, we were pleased to have chosen this location (among many) for an extended stay.
Of course, there are specific cathedrals and museums to visit in Norwich. Apart from these, simply meandering the city is something like engaging in a treasure hunt.
I hope to approach blogging on Norwich in an equally leisurely way (after all it is summer now and there’s no need to hurry).
Let’s begin with the “welcome” doors of Norwich and expand out. Below is the first door and it's a dandy. In a few days time, this one door will become part a collage of Norwich doors.
Why I was taking so many photos of doors? Well... look at them!
There's the "mystery of a door":
A door that seems to stand open
must be a man’s size,
or it is not the door that Providence
means for him.
~Henry Ward Beecher.
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