Door Photos (Red, White & Blue)

RED DOOR (and these are the cushions they took out of the Byrd Theatre -(here)  whew! – about time… and yuk – those nasty seats are one of the reasons I did not like going to this theatre). 
WHITE DOOR (with some traces of blue paint on the building. And the arrow is pretty cool – it is almost helping us Door Folks find the door….)
BLUE DOOR (and another arrow helping us find the way….)

 

Another BLUE DOOR (with red awning, black gate – and old bricks with touch of moss along edge)
WHITE DOOR (with quiet mood and a blue sky at dusk)

All photos from in and around Virginia 2018.  The “red, white and blue” theme for today’s door post was inspired by Independence Day 2018… which feels like it is a long “holiday week” because the 4th landed on a Wednesday…..

 

Have a great day and if you have any door photos to share or if you want to see more – go HERE.

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37 thoughts on “Door Photos (Red, White & Blue)

    1. Oh you are so right about the cushions and the last time i was there – I got up and sat near the entrance on a solid chair – it was a long time ago and no mas.

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      1. eeeeeew
        and once we heard a story that someone was poked with a needle in there – not sure if it was true, but I could not go in there (and I have to be quiet as I say that because some folks around this town are defensive if this historic place and well, would not want to offend)

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      2. Oh yes! be carefull when commenting on historical stuff. My town is frightfully proud of some things that I consider a bit of junk. Were the old chair cushions for sale or give aways

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  1. Cute crochets are cute!
    Those seat cushions were well beyond uck! Grody!
    I like the peeling painted brick, good texture and mood there.

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    1. thanks and yes, those seats are horrible – and seriously – many of the ones inside were that bad – maybe they thought people did not care if it was dark – and well, glad they raised the money to change them (eek)

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