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Doors

How often do you walk past a door, get so far, stop and then walk back to have another look. Some doors are simply too interesting to ignore. Others stand silently blending in with their surroundings, and some exist only in your “mind”. All represent a pathway or opportunity to explore something different .. the first photo is of a fence not a door .. but I saw it as a gateway to (the other side of the fence) The photographer who took the picture, gave it a “story” I just couldn’t pass it up.

The second photo, is believe it or not, a doorway for a feathered friend… who by the looks of it, is going to be visited by a pesky squirrel.

The other doors are ones that are there for a purpose, the settings, the time of day the pictures were taken, all give the photos an air of “mystery” …… what was their daily life like. I want to open each one and peak into the interiors.

It’s easier to adapt to something when we find it interesting. No matter how enjoyable a situation is, a slight change in our attitude can make it boring. Let’s face any situation with curiosity and enthusiasm.

Perfect Liberty 2022.10

Tomorrow, Thursday, March 11. service at 10: a.m. Ancestors Day.

I didn’t see horses in the pictures taken around the time of the barn pictures.. but… can you feel them there??

Oyashikiri

For more doors, visit Dan’s site, No Facilities, where the Thursday Doors posts are featured each week. https://nofacilities.com/2022/03/10/here-there-hartford/

Comments on: "Doors" (10)

  1. Lovely examples

  2. I enjoyed all of these. I’ve often gone back to look at doors…or stopped immediately to get a photo. 🙂 It’s an addiction. It makes me sad to see deteriorating barns and farm buildings, though. So many small farms have gone under and that’s bad for the country and the food supply.

    janet

  3. Yes, I believe I hear the horses moving around in their stalls. 🙂 I enjoyed the rustic tour. Hugs on the wing!

  4. These are wonderful doors, and YES, I can feel the presence of the horses!

  5. Fine examples with interesting captions

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