Between our fiscal year-end (Nov 30) approaching at work, and Mother Nature pressuring me on my outdoor projects, there has been zero time to get out and snag pictures of doors. Fortunately, I took a gazillion pictures when we were in Pittsburgh, and I still have some special ones to share.
Some of the pictures in today’s gallery were taken on the North Side, in and around the Mexican War District, some are from a few random locations, including our ride home to Connecticut.
If things go well, weather-wise, I will soon have opportunities to add new doors to the collection and maybe some time to do a bit of research. In the meantime, I’m drawing down the reserves but enjoying the memories of where, when and with whom I was when I captured the images in today’s gallery.
Our host today, and every Thursday is none other than Norm Frampton. You can visit his page by following this link. Norm always has the best doors. His little helper, the nameless blue frog, sits near the bottom of the page and can sneak you into the large gallery of doors from around the world. As the frog may have been known to say: May your door frames be plumb and level, your hinges sturdy, and your latches secure.