Some sea blue doors and some green paint too from the east coast town of Cromarty, perched on the end of the Black Isle peninsula.
Sea blue and sandstone yellow – the cottage is called Kelpies after the sea horses carved over its window
This grand corner entrance seems to have been an afterthought and is now disused
The café door facing the street is framed by some unusual pillars…
A bright blue door on a green painted workshop that may be older than it looks
Over a bricked up doorway the date reads 1721
18th century Paye House has served in turn as an alehouse, general store, doctor’s surgery and fish and chip shop – it’s now let to holiday guests
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A post for Thursday Doors.