My blogging friend, Norm, posts a special door every Thursday. He has a collection of doors from all over the world that are always unique in some way, and his photography skills are exceptional.
He recently extended an invitation to others to join in, and I wanted to participate and show my support. So, here’s my door which I photographed on the corner of Fleet and Porter Streets in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, last week.
If the photo looks a tad off, I had a devil of a time trying to straighten it. If I got the bricks to line up perfectly the door was way off and when the door lined up there is a difference in the bricks and step. I’m guessing I can chalk that up to this gorgeous door being on an old house.
There are beautiful doors on many of the colonial homes up here, but in the majority of cases they are covered with a storm door for winter survival. Speaking of winter, the official snow-fall total came in at 90″ and while there is melting going on there are still feet left to go, and the big tell is the pellet stove is still roaring.
This morning we pick up our final documents for our trip to Holland, Luxembourg, and Belgium in four short weeks. If you’ve visited these countries and have a suggestion by all means shout it out. I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Here’s hoping everyone has a great Thursday and a nice Easter weekend full of family, friends, egg hunts, and peeps. Should I mention our forecast has snow showers in it for Easter? No, I’m going to ignore that.
And, here’s to Norm continuing to share his Thursday doors for all of our enjoyment because he has me looking at the homes and buildings I pass in a whole new way. 🙂