I neglected my doors post! As if fourteen billion posts from my New England trip wasn’t enough, I also took photos of doors, which I obviously can’t resist, and they have been patiently waiting in a “Doors” folder on my desktop. Finally, the time is upon us!
Please take a look at the collection of doors I liked from my trip this spring. I have forgotten where most of them came from, which is a loss. But I think they are a lot of fun even without some of the context.
My friend, Will, and I traveled from Maine, to New Hampshire, to Massachusetts, to Rhode Island. These were scattered along the way.
I have learned to time my collections of doors, when I have them, to be able to participate in Norm’s Thursday Doors community. His idea is a great one, and by the number of responses, clearly an idea that resonates with bloggers.
22 thoughts on “New England Doors”
enjoyed every single door and plan to come back to see these upper eastern beauties
and the dog sticker has me curious too – hmmmm
Thank you! I like it when I have the chance to participate in Norm’s Thursday Doors community.
In fact, I didn’t include a pingback to his blog. I’ll certainly have to add that.
and the t-shirt – hahahah
I know! So funny!
and good for the store owner to order some custom shirts like that – smart move
I’m sure the name of the place was an advertising trick too. I had to look it up, and a “bunghole” is a real thing – and relevant! It’s a hole in a barrel for removing contents, and when you’re done pouring, the hole is plugged with a cork, called a “bung.” Aha! Learn new things all the time…
wow – that is cool to know – added one more term to my vocabulary (but not sure I would wear the shirt)
ha ha ha!
This post has lots of shots that have either of my two favorite features: corner doors and columns.
Great variety in this collection as well. Thanks for sharing these 🙂
Of course, Norm. I did neglect to include a link to your great blog, but I eventually remembered and fixed that!! I hope others keep discovering the fun of door posts.
You know, I had no idea how much I liked columns until I made this post, and took a good look at all the doors I collected. Most of them have columns!
These are wonderful doors. I love the corner door with the bull on the awning.
Me too!! What a great bull door. My friend Will saw the post and remembered a lot of the doors. He said that door is at “1 Bull Street, Newport, RI.” Isn’t that perfect? Thanks for stopping by, Dan.
Fabulous selection. One of my favourite subjects.
Along with balconies…
Some impressive doors well photographed
Thank you Derrick. Hey! News! I bought a new camera in anticipation of my trip to Jordan next month. I am so excited to see what it can do. 🙂
I’m sure we will find out 🙂
Great collection! And the Bunghole is a Nice Ending!
In more ways than one! Ha ha ha ha!! Thanks for leaving a comment, Gordon.
Yeahh, Crystal’s doors! 🙂 I have many favourites: nooo, I can’t name them, almost all, especially the aged ones, it’s the entire collection that’s just splendid. Oh, the green dog door, that’s the one. ❤ ❤ ❤
Isn’t it interesting that the simple door catches our attention?