Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia (with a Splash of Trees)

Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo challenge, I have doors with Richmond, Virginia.

The photos also have a theme of various trees – and a couple have a nice blue sky. 

Ready?

#1 – Row Homes in Pastel
#2 – Classic & Patriotic

 

#3 Cool Blue
#4 Under Construction
#5 Regal Red
#6 Stark Yellow

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Do you have one that you like the most from this post? 

I like 2 and then 6 – 

Care to join in with Thursday Doors?  

Go HERE to Norm 2.0’s blog – leave your link – and/ or check out the other door shares for this week. 

For Linda

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P R I O R H O U S E

MAY 2019

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45 thoughts on “Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia (with a Splash of Trees)

    1. Thanks for sharing your favorite – and you are so right about the untidy yard and the eye sore and disruption it can cause – and linda shared that her neighbor had the most annoying overgrown cucumber plant – so I thought of her with tha –

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    1. Thanks so much – and I know you like a bit of red doors – and this yellow seems to fit this house so well
      And I also see the good vibe – the reason I picked “stark” was for the tree to the right – and maybe I should have titles this “rich yellow – Stark tree”

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    1. Thanks And I do like a red door on a white structure – seems to fit
      Also the row homes are so fun but I prefer newer structures for living- but some folks love that old charm 😉

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  1. A lovely mix of delightful color in these. The row of pastel homes is so pretty. I wonder if the homeowners get together to discuss beforehand when they’re going to paint and possible plan out and coordinate their colors.

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  2. Thank you for the mention Yvette – I was behind in comments after a long day of hiking and picture-taking yesterday. I hope to make a contribution to Norm’s Doors site again when I sort out some of the photos I’ve taken in recent weeks. My last contribution was a year ago when I walked around the historical village at Heritage Park – it was an interesting collection … Norm’s site has us looking around for ideas all the time now. 🙂 And now I’m off, no doors at the Park, just “wildlife” …
    https://lindaschaubblog.net/2018/09/16/discovering-doors/

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  3. Hi Yvette, I especially like #6 Stark Yellow. It is intriguing. Who lives here? Interesting and beautiful photos. I have subscribed to your site and I look forward to reading more:) Erica

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    1. Hi Erica – I just started following you too – and so thanks for the comment and follow
      🙂
      and I have node who lives at this house – it is across town and my son used to have a friend in this neighborhood many years ago – and I was driving through there last spring – but have no idea – it is not an expensive location – just FYI

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