JoiningThursday Doors today -and combining with #Treesquare Day 22 Starting with part of the doorway at 500 on the corner of Main and 5th. We the feel of the beautiful architecture and a street view with the trees. *** Closing the post with double takes on the doors on 5th Street in downtown … More Thursday Doors in Downtown RVA (#Treesquare July 22)
JoiningThursday Doorstoday -and combining with #Treesquare Day 15 We were on a short road trip to see family and stopped in Georgia. This boarded up, old Chevron station caught my eye. Reminded me of the life cycle of businesses. Around the back I found some trees. This Crepe Myrtle tree wrapped with the moss stood … More Thursday Doors (#Treesquare July 15)
Joining Thursday Doors today -and combining with #Treesquare Day 8 Starting with two gates from The Fan area in Richmond, VA (RVA) I have mentioned before that the bricks around town are a rich part of the scenery – and these two images show the variety Next up, also from RVA, we are closer to downtown and still … More Gates & Doors #RVA (#Treesquare July 8)
Joining Thursday Doors today – Back on March 20th, I went on a doorscursion (this Is a term that the door folks came up with to describe the activity of grabbing the camera and venturing out to find doors to photograph). This post features my top ten images from the Doorscursion on that day. This last photo caught my … More A Doorscursion in March 2021
Joining Thursday Doors today with photos from St Augustine, FL (2021) Whenever we visit various parts of Florida, sampling key lime pie is always on the “to-do” list. So this first photo was taken because of the key lime pie shop on the right. However, later on, it was the door on the left – “34 1/2” … More Thursday Doors St Augustine (6-24-2021)
Time for Thursday Doors and today we have door photos from around the East Coast of US. I decided to call this post “double take” and this morning I spent a few minutes doing an online search for “double take” – just to see what came up. I will share what I found at the end … More Thursday Doors Double Take (6-17-2021)
Time for Thursday Doors and today we have door photos from Richmond, Virginia. Starting with the old wrap-around porch and center we have the simple screen door -and left back we have a door with that older double-window. Sometimes I imagine what it would be like to have a small scraping tool to remove the chipped paint … More Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia
Hello Readers, Today, June 6th, is a special date from WWII because this is when “Operation Overlord” began, which is also known as D-Day. Quick D-Day overview from History.com “Eisenhower selected June 5, 1944, as the date for the invasion; however, bad weather on the days leading up to the operation caused it to be … More Virginia War Memorial, D-Day, and Six History Shows Recap
Time for Thursday Doors and this month (May 2020) Dan is hosting a writing challenge. I chose Sofia’s Door from Guimarães, Portugal Here is my writing – genre: Historical Fiction Title: Momanita Lives On Fredrica slowly opened the door. Two more visitors were there, asking for a tour of the house that hid Allied snipers during 1944. … More Thursday Doors & Momanita Lives On (Micro Fiction)
Time for Thursday Doors and I just happened to have some “white” doors ready to go and so also linking up with Sunday Stills and the theme of a #white-washed world. .. . . . .
Time for Thursday Doors and my photos for today, well as I looked at them- they reminded me of Sandra Cisneros’ Bums in the Attic snippet from her novel The House on Mango street Bums in the Attic Excerpt from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros I want a house on … More Thursday Doors: Bums in the Attic Excerpt & Video snippet with author Sandra Cisneros’
Time for Thursday Doors with a little bit of reflecting. So what have you been reflecting on lately? .. . . . .