Hello readers, today’s door photos are leftovers from June 2018.
This first door caught my eye as the teal color of the layered doors works well with the silver/gray bricks (to me).
Then I found some interest in the uncovered awning, dropped petals, and shape of the foliage in front of the window. Also, here in Central Virginia we see a lot of University of Virginia flags – and this one stood out with the teal door – and whispered something about the homeowner. (Back in the 1990’s I saw a business owner toss all of his Florida State items – a football and a handful of college alum items were bagged as he was cleaning up and said he was done – almost like a maturity, coming of age thing for him.)
Seeing this college flag hanging made me (briefly) wonder about this homeowner: Did they graduate from this school? – Did their child go there now?
The Virginia Historical Society has some fun stairs leading up to their metal-riveted front door:
I sometimes drive by this old house and finally had the chance to grab a photo through the window. A little blurry, but I was able to get a shot of the doors that caught my eye – and that enormous tree to the right.
And right down the road, we have a new building –
The side door seems so simple… on this very strong structure
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