This has been a crazy week. It started off with jury duty, followed by a crazy day at work and then by a major winter storm. You’re not allowed to take pictures inside the courthouse. That’s OK, it’s a modern government building, so boring doors. Knowing that I wasn’t going to get back out this week for photos, I snagged as many door photos as I could from my car.
The descriptions are in the captions, but I do want to share that Hartford’s south end is probably the prettiest section of the city. There are fancier sections, more modern sections but the south end has some very nice buildings and houses. I think the south end can support many doorscursions, so you might see some of these buildings again – hopefully in better photos.
The court of Thursday Doors is in session each week, from Thursday morning until noon on Saturday. The Honorable Justice Frampton presides over the court, where plaintiffs from all over the world present evidence of beautiful doors. Judge Frampton is well known for allowing all doors to be presented to the jury (that’s you and me) for review. If you want to introduce evidence of door beauty, enter Judge Frampton’s court and see the bailiff (the blue frog).