Posts Tagged ‘doors’

We’re back from the wedding, which was wonderful, but I’m sorry to say that this post should have come two days from now, on Sad-door-day.  Why sad?  Because the Thursday Doors group has been pipped at the post, lost on the nod, lost by a nose.  Why, you ask?  Because the other day at the library I found….

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One problem about being an avid participant in Thursday Doors is that everywhere I go, I look for and at doors as I did in Luxeuil.  My s-i-l is used to me dragging behind as we walk, constantly stopping to photograph another door.  After a time, though, I realized that I was only taking photos of doors which, although great fun and quite photogenic, were not the only interesting things in Luxeuil.  I corrected that, but still ended up with a plethora of doors to share.  Let’s go.  Allons-y! 

The maître d’ of our French door restaurant (Restaurant porte française) this week is Norm Dan “Plat du jour” Frampton Antion.  Drop by. There are plenty of specials, the price is right, and it’s all calorie free.

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Behind one of my favorite thrift stores is this little shed that I think would make a great playhouse with the addition of a few windows, although perhaps there are some on the sides or in the back that I haven’t seen.  I like the sturdy look, the chimney (what’s inside that requires a chimney?), and of course, the red door.  For some reason, it makes me happy to see this shed, so I hope you enjoy it as well.  Happy Thursday to each of you!

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Pardon a second post for the day, but when I visited Cee’s site, I saw that three of her Fun Foto Challenge themes, mirror, black and white, and reflection, could be encompassed by one photo I took some years ago and still really like.  So without further ado…

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Only one shot this week because what else could go with this??

Welcome back, Norm. I hope you had a wonderful two weeks off, but door-n it, we missed you!

Seen on the bathroom wall at Carr Valley Cheese, Mauston, Wisconsin

The venue for our daughter’s wedding is Las Gaviotas in Baja California, Mexico. It’s a beautiful community built up the lower side of a hill. The houses are close, but every house has a view of the ocean and many of them have wonderful doors. Here are just a few from one of my morning walks.

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I recently spent a long Memorial Day weekend in southern California (as well as Baja California), starting in Pasadena with our two daughters.  I love what this parking garage owner has done with the doors to the elevators!

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