If variety is the spice of life, it was a spicy day in Philadelphia, even though I had little time for shooting doors on this trip. Eating spicy food has been linked with living longer. Not sure these doors/gates will help with that, but you may enjoy your time more.

This is one of the most unusual gates I’ve seen.

Notice the two dogs at the bottom on either side?

You can never have enough Christmas or red doors…or both.

for Thursday Doors

  1. A little spice for me thank you, and I do like the red doors with the wreaths the best. 🥰

  2. Sue says:

    Hmm, I used to eat quite a lot of spicy food, not so much now…time to change!

  3. Nice red doors, beautiful ornate gate, but that first one takes the prize. 🙂

  4. Dan Antion says:

    These are great doors, Janet. I love the gate and that low-arch transom window over the last door.

  5. If eating spicy food makes you live longer, I’m gonna live forever! The hotter the better! I thought the leaf door was very original………looks like it goes to a greenhouse or something.

  6. What a beautiful door with the leaf shapes cut out of it. I would like to have that one in my garden.

  7. marianallen says:

    I love those gates! Especially the one with dogs and roses. ❤

  8. Great doors this week. Those leaves on the first door look really interesting.

  9. TCast says:

    Wow, loving that first door 👍🏼

  10. Norm 2.0 says:

    Another vote for the first one here, I really like the cut-outs in that one.

  11. DrJunieper says:

    Read you have snow …you probably wish you were in Arizona already:) Beautiful fenced door here. As well as the wrought iron fence, and who does not love French red doors? A great door post, Janet!

    • I’m reveling in the snow, Jesh. Walked at the park this morning and was the first one on the newly fallen snow and it was still snowing a bit. It was gorgeous and I’m so thankful we had a good snow before we left. Haven’t had much this winter.

  12. Veena S. says:

    The second grill gate is lovely. Metaphorical with Life , we have barbs as well as roses,
    Indian temple doors are quite exquisite, if you get a chance to focus on them.

  13. Su Leslie says:

    I love the iron gates: and spicy food. I cook with lots of different spices, including chilli, but am not crazy about too much chilli heat.

    • I made the unknowing mistake once of buying chili power at an Indian store. It was just regular, not hot, at least according to the signs and labels, but even my husband, who love lots and lots of heat, could barely eat it in the chili and I gave up altogether. 🙂

  14. Resa says:

    The wrought iron is amazing! Thank you, Janet!

  15. Nice selection for a spicy day!

  16. joey says:

    These are great, all very different. I love gates 🙂

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