Some sketchy doors this week from my recent trip that was way too short.
Taken in the Bahamas ( Half Moon Cay).
Sitting there by itself as decor in an outdoor restaurant in Aruba.
A small church in Aruba.
I remember watching these being made by the boys as a kid. They actually pushed each other around in them.
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How would you like this to be a part of your room? Looks like the nursery ended up there. Note the child safety bars on the window. Wonder what the inside looks like..
Window on a church, not a door but I couldn’t resist, so beautiful.
The is first door with any interest I managed to get a shot of without the car behind me blowing it horn at me. Love the surround.
Couldn’t resist this one either. Look at the details in the architecture. You don’t want to see the doors now associated with these. It’s all modern day storefronts. I’ll spare your eyes…
And here are the other two doors I captured yesterday. Enjoy your holiday weekend everyone:) A good independence day to you.
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I was in Baltimore this past weekend. Behind the home that I stayed in was a lane. An honest to goodness lane! Most of the yards had an entry gate from it. One home actually fronted onto the lane. I was about to take a picture of it when a little old lady appeared to ask me why I was taking pictures. That halted my agenda. But she did go on to explain that her house, the very one, was built in 1925. And that the barn / garage was built in 1930. I felt busted when she asked, “why are you taking pictures”. I could only respond, “I take pictures of everything”. She explained that a crew had come through the day before to cut the grass and that there was some heavy equipment involved. She hoped I was a part of a crew coming to repave the lane. She turned out to be very nice. We chatted for a while.
By the way, how do you like that gate to nowhere, cool I thought. It’s just standing there, with age written all over it, going nowhere:) Love it!
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The closeup of this door below, is from the church above. These were taken in Washington, D.C.
I’m not sure what this building is. It was at the edge of a park. Very detailed. Also taken in Washington.
I saw this one riding around Brooklyn. It is the entrance of an apartment building.
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I was wandering around in Park Slope today.the home of brownstones with interesting archetectural features…Everyone I go by this one I wonder what they use this room for, besides a sun room that is.
Maybe it’s an office, it’s just so exposed. Just below that fence is the sidewalk, then a narrow street.
..and interesting doors
Except for this one that I captured in another neighborhood.
On this one, the top looked better than the door.
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Taken in Brooklyn Heights.
A church in Manhattan. Not much of a visual of the red door but I love the stone work.
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