The Cloisters – #ThursdayDoors

This Thursday Doors post is challenging, for two reasons. First. The Cloisters, a recreation of a 13th, 14th and 15th century monastery, is full of wonderful doors. If you find that sentence curious, it’s because The Cloisters was built by John D. Rockefeller from the remnants of at least five European monasteries and stones quarried... Continue Reading →

Mexican War Houses – #ThursdayDoors

I know, it seems like I’ve been anchored in Pittsburgh lately. Last week’s doors and this week’s doors had been planned for weeks. The #WATWB post was opportunistic, and yesterday’s #1LinerWeds post was necessary. After visiting Heinz Chapel and Phipps Conservatory in September, Faith wanted to tour the National Aviary’s new exhibit. My brother and... Continue Reading →

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