thursday in the hood/the doors

somewhere in the West 80s






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31 comments:

  1. Nice door, nice lush leaves. I kinda wish the hearts were the right way up.

    p.s. I used to post as Gone Back South - HELLO!

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  2. What a great spot to come home too. So much more character than the terminally ugly apartment buildings they build here.

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  3. Beautiful. How is your window box coming along? ;)

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  4. I like this one very much! Love the greenery next to it too.

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  5. Impressive iron work. The ivy really offers a nice contrast.

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  6. Absolutely stunning; would make a great painting Daryl!

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  7. I like Robin's comment on this. It would be lovely to see that every day.

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  8. Beautiful iron door and green all around. Nice photo!

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  9. So pretty! I love the color contrast between the green and the terra cotta!

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  10. all this photo needs is a little baby bird perched on the iron fence...

    is it still raining? ::::snicker::::

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  11. Once again you've exercised your perceptive photographic eye...this is delightful...one of those warm, yet cool, soothing kinds of photos...makes me smile!

    Have a great day; you've done your job!

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  12. That is so inviting to me. It draws me in.

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  13. I see some flowers behind that door - lovely framed in green

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  14. I see some flowers behind that door - lovely framed in green

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  15. Lovely. I need pics of that window box!

    Oops - just read MPM's comment. Brilliant minds think alike! ;-)

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  16. very nice.

    I just worked in Manhattan today.. I love all feast for my eyes..

    I had to go to 111 Wall street.. and I love the front of the NYSE.. the gigantic flag across it.. on such a wet day.. all glistening.

    I should carry my camera more often.

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  17. You find so many treasures in New York. That is beautiful!

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  18. I like that door, it looks, well, comfortable in a way.

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  19. Four of my favorite things here...doors, wrought iron, stone and ivy! Beautiful.

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  20. I love how the door is partially hidden by the ivy. Looks like a secret garden entrance!

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  21. That would be a great door to come home to at night. I love it.

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  22. Ooooh that looks like it may be hiding some secrets! :)

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  23. I've just sent you a friend request on facebook!

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  24. Oh, that's pretty! Reminds me of one I saw in Savannah.

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  25. Love the ironwork...it makes my heart skip a beat.

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  26. Oh I LIKE this! A LOT! One of those tucked-away-where-you-might-miss-it delights.

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