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Now that is one gorgeous door! It’s fun imagining the iron worker who made the hardware and all the folks who have traveled through the door itself.
Yes, it has a very special feel to it.
I am starved for color; this was a lovely nosh.
Gorgeous color, and the door!
Wonderful color and detail!
no one can ignore
such a red door!
I certainly couldn’t.
I love the reflections in the little windows, and the asymmetrical symmetry of the bushes, too. The door’s details seemed to lead to many more, which I am sure was planned.
I love that someone is taking such care of that lovely, little, old church.
Amen! I wonder if it is stone on the inside as well. Were the door painted submarine gray and sporting a round gun-metal doorknob, it might render the building almost ignorable, but instead it is like a bird with brilliant plumage shouting beside a carefully crafted nest, “Look here — you should come in!” I’m thinking of repainting here, now. (Yes, I’m going to lie down til that thought goes away, but thank you for taking notice, care and time to provide such musables.)
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