After two longer than normal posts, both dripping with technology, I decided you guys deserve a break. Rather than continuing our tour of Concord, Massachusetts, today I’m just sharing a bunch of doors. I don’t know much about these doors. I see most of them every day, but that’s all I’ve got.
Thursday Doors is a weekly adventure sponsored by Norm Frampton. We gather at Norm’s place, sometime between 5:30 am Thursday and noon, Saturday – Norm doesn’t like to be too strict. If you have a door(s) to share, join us at Norm’s – check out his doors – and follow his instructions for adding a link to your doors.
The sunshine is lighting up trees that are on the west bank of the Connecticut River.
Additions added to houses in the Windsor Historic District have to be in keeping with the original building.
I drive by this barn, every day. I love the doors, but they are almost always blocked by something, so I tried in the morning.
Sunrise makes everything better.
I really like these doors.
We pass this house when walking to Dunkin donuts for coffee.
They started stripping the siding off this house a couple of months ago and then work stopped.
Our neighbors in our office and maybe the photographer.
That’s an ice cream cake for a 30-yr employee anniversary celebration. Pizza, ice cream and Happy Hour after work.
I like this house mainly for the apparently sloping addition. I’m trying to figure out what that looks like inside.
This seems to be a somewhat old fashioned store.
I think I’ve included this house before, but not from this angle or at this time of day.
Nice door, lovely details and a big porch.
The left half of this house was added on about three years ago. I think they did a masterful job.
This is the last building before passing under a railroad tunnel and entering the center of Windsor.
This house will be largely hidden from view in a few weeks.
I had to get a view of the columns, for Norm.
A favorite kind of door. As seen on a walk around the block at lunch.