October means Becky’s Square Photograph Challenge is back and this month is all about LINES (here). To start off the square challenge, I have photos from the Pioneer Museum of Alabama (website is here) __ First, square photos. Next, the rest of the photos __ Those old coke bottles and the old sign with “Grapette Soda, Thirsty or Not” Reminded me of an … More Pioneer Museum of Alabama (Post 1 of 2) Stick Art, Doors, Grapette Soda Sign
Happy Thursday Readers. Joining in with Norm and his Door Crew for this first week of may 2019. Go HERE to join in Norm’s photo challenge or to see more entries this week. Today I bring you doors – and a bit more more – from Charlottesville, Virginia. In closing, last month, April, … More Thursday Doors (Homes in Charlottesville, VA and Emily Dickinson Door Poems)
It is Thursday and so that means it is time to join in with Norm’s #Thursdaydoors (here) and thanks to Dan for getting his post up so early so I had the door link right there to borrow. Today I am featuring YELLOW doors, each with a different mood. Now the book share. … More YELLOW THURSDAY DOORS (& Lady by the River – Post 7 of 10)
Happy Saturday readers, The prompt for #SoCS (stream of conscious blog challenge) this week is to use the word “soul” or “sole” in your post. I missed the last two weeks and the first thing on my mind is that I still had an idea for Linda’s prompt two weeks ago, which was when she … More What is Good for the Soul? (music, doors, tea, peace, etc. #SoCS)
Hello Readers, We were at the art museum last night (VMFA) and I had some pictures to join in with Nancy Merrill’s “things with wings” theme. I really like the shadows in the previous images. There were cool shadows outside too: In this next photo, I liked the way the two figures (lady … More A Photo a Week Challenge: Things with Wings (museum photos)
Time to join in with the Door Crew over at Norm 2.0’s Place – Go here to join in and click the blue box to see more door posts: Todays pictures are from Northwest Virginia (2018): Happy November! 🙂 . . . . . . . . .
I will be back later to add the link up for this door post. Go here to link to add your door post or to see more entries for this week: And click here to visit the Door host, Norm. priorhouse blog . . . . .
Hello Readers – today I have doors from this area in Richmond, Virginia called Carytown. It is also part of “The Fan” district. The Fan neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia, has the name because of the “fan” shape the streets make as they extend west from Belvidere Street to Boulevard Street. Few tidbits: The Fan neighborhood was listed on … More Thursday Doors from Carytown (The Fan Area) in Richmond, Virginia
— Joining in with Norm’s Thursday Doors – to add your photos or to see more – go HERE . . . . . .
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 … More Thursday Doors – Old and New
Happy Thursday everyone. I have some oddball salvage-doors for June 7th, 2018. Saw this interesting painting earlier this week – notice the doors… and more…. Author update, M’s Thursday Door Post here reminded me that certain cultures have less items around their doors – check out her Morocco Doors post to see what I mean … More Thursday Doors (Salvage Car and Fine Art)
Happy Thursday Everyone. To join in with Norm’s Door Challenge (here) – I have two photos with a bit of interesting light. A gate and then a recessed door with a bunny that has some backlight. I have also been reading Les Mis and this passage seemed to fit the vibe here. To me at … More Thursday Doors (and Victor Hugo Quote)