winter/the doors

I took this shot on Saturday, February 7, 2009
walking down East 79th Street between Fifth & Madison
its a door which fits with David's Door Theme
and
its seasonal decor fits Carmi @ Written, Inc.'s Winter Theme

23 comments:

  1. I love door shots. There is a print with a collage of 6 different doors from a local neighborhood with cool houses; I have always wanted that print. As usual, I love this offering of yours.

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  2. It's really lovely. Fits both themes too. But Feb 7? Maybe they just think it's so attractive they should keep it until spring. It is.

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  3. Nicely done you doubled up! I just bet that is lovery with snow on it. :) I watched and waited but your snow flakes don't accumulate.

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  4. They spent some money on that, Daryl! Are those purple flowers cabbages?

    Mardi Gras garland?

    That's really beautiful.

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  5. This is wonderful. If I lived there, I would have my door decorated in this fashion as well.
    Must check out this door theme . . .

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  6. Oh i like the door decor that has to be a lot of up keep to keep it looking so nice.

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  7. My I do love this grand entrance way!
    I couldn't help notice the important date.
    ; )

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  8. Evocative shot.
    What awaits behind the door?
    Aloha!

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  9. Love the architecture and what wonderful floral dressing it has!

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  10. Now that is E L E G A N T !!!

    What a great interpretation of the theme, Daryl

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  11. Wow, very lush and ornate!! I love the purple - is it ornamental kale they're using? Great winter photo!

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  12. Thats some serious decoration! Very pretty though.

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  13. It would fit in a "rain forest" theme too! But how cool is this? Very!

    Great capture!

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  14. Some have taste for decoration ! And money to spend !

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  15. this is a wonderful door! what a grand entrance, and beautiful greenery to boot =)

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  16. That is beautiful Daryl. They obviously have put some thought into it. Love the newspaper just leaning up in the corner.

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  17. What a pretty doorway! It always amazes me the things you find in the city. I guess NY has it all!

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  18. This building sure does have curb appeal. I like the way the newspaper is waiting for the person who lives inside to pick it up and read it later. Nice job!
    Joyce

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  19. Such a pretty shot. A lot of work went into that.

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  20. It's nice to have tons of money! Lovely, Daryl!

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