As I mentioned last week, some of the doors I was able to photograph during my evening commute were visible only because the trees are bare. After responding to some comments about that side-benefit of winter, I realized two things: 1) despite the fact that I began this week behind a shovel, winter is coming to an end, and 2) This will be the last time I’ll experience this commute in winter. While some of these houses are in a nearby town, they aren’t on a road I normally travel.
As you might expect, I decided to collect a few more of these doors on my way home, this week. I managed to avoid the traffic for the houses in the gallery today, but I was forced to keep moving while I drove past other nice old houses. Maybe I’ll have another opportunity before the leaves start popping out. If not, maybe the Editor will have a reason to toss me out of the house this time next year.
I hope the warmer weather gives me an opportunity to find a parking space and get some proper door photos of one of the subjects in my to-door list.
Until then, I still have all of your doors to drool over, but only if you share them. Door Central is still up in snow country with Norm, but I can only guess as to how he’ll have us sharing our doors. Maybe a comment on his page – that’s easy, because the doors he shares are always worth leaving a comment. He might have a new, safe-from-spam list for us to try. He might just ask us to leave a link in a comment. Whatever the options are, please take a few minutes to visit Norm’s site and share your doors – it’s easy, and we want to see them.