When I first started participating in Thursday Doors, what? You don’t know what Thursday Doors is. OK, let’s get this out of the way quick like a bunny:
Thursday Doors is an amazing weekly blog-hop designed to placate the yearnings of people who simply must see, photograph and share photographs of doors. Our enabler-in-chief is Norm Frampton. If you want to share a door, or, if you just want to see a bunch of doors, head on over to Norm’s place. He’ll have his doors on display and then, just a little south of Norm’s doors, is a blue frog. Yes, frog. Click on that and add your door or check out the amazing collection.
OK, back to my story. When I first started participating, I was worried about running out of doors to photograph. I was concerned because I didn’t pass too many doors on the way to work. Of course, I didn’t yet understand that I would soon be seeking – out – doors – every – where – on – earth!
I started collecting doors while running errands, while traveling on business, while waiting for paint to be mixed and while…well, just about any time. I also started traveling just to get door photos. Not so much traveling, but altering my route to include a nice door.
I found doors everywhere. So many doors, that I didn’t notice the fact that, when I changed my route home from work, I had many more doors available to me. One such grouping of doors is in Windsor, Connecticut. If you’ve been here before on a Thursday, chances are good that you’ve seen a door from Windsor – there have been many. In fact, I once featured doors from Grace Episcopal Church in Windsor which sits between two buildings in today’s gallery.
Once I realized that the Town Green in Windsor is surrounded by some remarkable doors, I decided to stop one night on the way home. If you participate in Thursday Doors, you know how this story ends. I have many more photos than I should
inflict upon share with you in one day. I decided to focus on the official town buildings today. Later, maybe next week, I’ll share some of the privately owned buildings that are located around the Town Green.
I’ve described the buildings in the gallery. If you want to know more about them, you can start a slide show by clicking on any one of them. If you’re in a hurry, you can just glance at the mosaic. WordPress’s term, not mine.