Today I offer you two sets of two blue doors from Philadelphia (with the red, white, and blue hiding behind the TREE.) Red, white, and blue is seen in the second shot as well on a classic car in a Fourth of July parade. Hats off to our veterans!

Blue color is everlastingly appointed by the deity to be a source of delight. ~John Ruskin

  1. ledrakenoir says:

    I have a friend from school who was born blind. He told with a laugh that he once asked a random person about the way to a place – he got answered “you just have to use the blue door” – every time I see a blue door it reminds me of Claus. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Dan Antion says:

    Philadelphia is a rich city for beautiful doors. I like seeing the car.

  3. Thanks for the two blue classics.

  4. Teresa says:

    Love the classics.

  5. Maria says:

    Gorgeous doors. I wouldn’t mind having a blue door.

  6. Very nicely played! I love the blue car.

  7. Emille says:

    The first blue doors are in a quirky style, but I like them! And who would not like the antique car:) Great post, Janet!

  8. That car is the biz. It looks a bit like the Ford Zephyr my husband’s grandfather had back in the 70s. We used it for our wedding car.

  9. Sue says:

    Love โ€˜em, Janet

  10. Wind Kisses says:

    brilliant! If I didn’t see Old Glory, I might think you are in Ireland. Beautiful color.

  11. memadtwo says:

    Wonderful doors and porch too. My family had a car like that but it was red. I always loved the fins. (K)

    • Iโ€™ve always loved porches. My parents had a station wagon so no fins. ๐Ÿ˜

      • memadtwo says:

        We had some station wagons along the way too. I’m very happy to have never owned a car, although I like them as objects if they are well designed.

      • You must live in the city and have public transportation. Our daughter in Philadelphia doesn’t have a car either but I’ve always had and needed one.

      • memadtwo says:

        It’s one reason I moved to the city. I hated having to drive/be driven everywhere growing up. Our bikes would only take us so far. Although I think that’s a better option than it used to be in many places now. My grandparents lived in a small town but they had buses then that I’m sure no longer run. Our country decided to invest in cars rather than public transportation.

  12. I love the blue car!!

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