May has been a crazy month, and although I have a lot of door pictures, I still have to fill-in some of the information about them. Therefore, today, as the title suggests is a day for leftovers. Since I’m still using the Classic editor, I can provide the information that I have about these doors in the captions.
Thursday Doors is a crazy-fun blogfest that let’s us share and view doors from all over the world. That’s not hyperbole, that’s truth! Each week, Norm Frampton shares his doors with us and invited us to do the same with him. He collects the links to our doors and makes them available so we can visit doors from everywhere. If you have a door(s) to share, or if you want to see a great collection of doors, head on up to Norm’s place. Um, it’s OK if you look at my doors first, Norm would understand. Thanks for visiting!
Hartford, from the Bulkeley Bridge. There are more than enough doors to go around, but I like the ones at the top of the building in the top center.
I’m a sucker for a corner door.
“This far by faith” – That’s what the banner says.
At first, I thought this church was abandoned because the windows appear to be boarded up. But the banner speaks of 200 years of service through 2019. The windows are just covered with plastic panels.
The Corner Pug – Faith and I had lunch here on Sunday after a bit of shopping.
Ok, what book does this make you think of?
When I was in Burlington, MA, our company was having a “steps” contest, so I was taking the stairs.
The stairwell doors were propped open for ventilation.
Part of the sliding doors used to close off this section as a private room.
A couple of ghost doors in the ruins of the flour mill in Minneapolis, MN.
Looking down on another ghost door in the ruins of the mill.
As regular readers know, I am counting on the fact that the crane has to have a door (and there are multiple cranes).
I’m not sure the Hartford Police still have an active presence here. I like the roof.
It may not be the best looking door, but I’m kind of partial to it.
That’s a nice shed.
I’ve been in this hardware store. If they don’t have it, they can get it.