Today is Thanksgiving here in the US, So I want to be brief and stay with the spirit of the day. The doors in the gallery were collected from the train while traveling to/from New York City. I’ve done my best to describe them in the captions. You know the drill, if you’re in between crumb cake and turkey, or turkey and pie, click on any picture to start a slide-show. If you’re busy, feel free to just glance at the collage.
I do want to take a moment to thank you for being here today. If you’re here in the US, I hope you’re enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving and I hope you have a great weekend. If you’re elsewhere, please join our tradition and accept my gratitude for your visit.
I would like to thank the founder of the feast, as it were. That would be Norm Frampton. Each week, he invites people from around the world to bring doors to his page and put them on display. The process is easy, visit Norm’s page, check out his doors and then look for the little blue frog. Click the tiny tadpole and he’ll send you into the grand gallery.
As for the local gallery, please understand that there were all taken with my phone, from a moving train with dirty windows. There has been a lot of cropping, straightening and a few things to reduce the glare. If they’re still fuzzy, have another glass of wine.