An apartment building door.
Yep, that’s to a garden. Not attached to a fence. A fancy fenceless door. Odd!
I’ve never seen those on a door before, only on windows
The bottom of this door is down some steps.
That’s all for this week. Doorscursions in lockdown has been anemic at best. These I scored while on essential errands from the car.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors. To see other entries go here
It feels weird to even think this, let alone say it out loud. But I think the same set of birds that seem to live in my garden are back. A true sign of spring. They were here yesterday. They came back today. A gnarly bunch. A diverse bunch. Sparrows, red breasted robins, cardinal ( the red one with that funky head piece), and a green parakeet. That one I didn’t see.
The birds are back again today
This time, more than just one couple
She is still about the work of the day
Still locked in her nest building bubble
No, I didn’t know all that about birds. I looked it up at The Cornell Lab – All About Birds. Very interesting site. It’s connected to Cornell University I think.
For dVerse Poets Pub where Frank Hubeny is hosting…the prompt is Couplets. My first time writing one of these. To read more about it, to see other entries or to participate go here
Street mural in Williamsburg Brooklyn.
This is a church downtown Brooklyn. Took it through the car window while stuck in traffic. Love how the cross is built into the door.
This one was at the top of very long stairs. Didn’t notice any handrails, must have been a work in progress. This was on one of my stops on my Alaska trip.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors, stop by and see what goes on at Norm’s here.