Welcome to Thursday Doors, a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
Thursday Doors Schedule Update – There will be no Thursday Doors post here on August 18th. Accordingly, there will be no Recap post on Sunday August 21st. I know, that’s a month away, but since some people don’t participate every week, I will include this announcement each Thursday between now and then.
From the title, you may have guessed that I have a few more doors from the historic district in Old Wethersfield, Connecticut. I don’t have any detailed information about any of these houses, but I am revisiting one door that I shared last week – the gray house with the turret.
Frank, from Beach Walk Reflections mentioned in his comment: “A question about the turret house … I’ve got the feeling that house sits on a corner, so you captured the side door. (Great view BTW) … correct?”
Frank was right. That house is on a corner, but I’m not sure that was a side door. On the day I took the photo I used last week, traffic had been diverted (or detoured, if you prefer) down the street I was on. For the record, the photo I shared last week faces the main street. Being close to the corner, and in heavy traffic, when I pulled back onto the street, I didn’t have enough room to turn down the side street. Other business last week took me near that street, so I decided to check it out.
In addition to a replay of last week’s door, there are two other photos of that house in today’s gallery. I apologize for the then one taken through my windshield. I’m not sure which door is the “front” door. Feel free to offer your opinion in a comment. Keep in mind that, over time, the structure of the porch could have been altered.
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