What a clever post you shared today! My favorite doors are #5 and #15. There is something to be said about front doors and their ability to communicate life from their owner's point of view.Hope your day is a good one!
Oh you have just taken me back down memory lane!!! I witnessed my first snowfall there one beautiful, quiet evening. I felt like I was in a Norman Rockwell painting.....did you walk on Marmion Way? Is the old salt water taffey shop still there, or Toad Hall book store? What fond memories of Bear Skin Neck and the doors......oh, what great shots!!! Anita
Heee! I just noticed that your title was, "ADOORable....heeeee! Oh, TUCKS was the name of that wonderful place!!!! Oh, gotta go, husband calling...hanging a tapestry! THANK YOU FOR THE UPDATE ON TOAD HALL TOO! ANd Marmion was was just along the water's edge....I lived more in.....Anita
That is a great collection of doors -- I too love doors but for some reason rarely take pictures of them -- I really should change that : )Blessings, Betty Anne
Wow!!! Hard to pick just one...all of them are dreamy!!!! The last one is so charming, Susan!!!I am hardly thinking of painting my front door...maybe.Kisses dear Susan!! Bela.
I love old doors and when we travel I usually take photos in doorways or entryways. Such a colorful variety here. Best wishes, Tammy
how much FUN seeing so many doors together. it makes us focus on the door instead of the entire building! great post!!!!
I too love old doors.Kisses.Iray
I hadn't commented yet because I couldn't pick a favorite. So I've decided...I LOVE THEM ALL!!! (and you...obvi) ;)