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NO WAY is there only one door in Atlanta worthy of representation. In fact, the total opposite is true. Every time one turns around or looks across the landscape of Atlanta, there is some architectural wonder, both old and classic or new and innovative. 674 more words

Observations Of The Illusion

Doors of Paris


When I traveled to Paris this past spring, I saw many beautiful sights. I’ve shared a few of the highlights from places we visited while there. 802 more words


Thursday Doors, 19/10/17. Searching hard for doors, Theletra, Cyprus....

I’m now back home in Cyprus for a few weeks and after an intense few days of cleaning and gardening and needing an escape, I linked up with a good friend who enjoys poking around the old villages in our district with a camera and I was very happy to find that she also loves doors! 279 more words


Thursday Doors (Cracking Theme)

This week for Thursday Doors I have a theme of cracking.  Cracking blue paint on the miniature house (from Chile 1996):

Cracking blue paint on this door in RVA (it was spring so the Azaleas were in bloom): 25 more words


The canaries in a coal mine

I’ve seen startups come and go over the years and I was particularly interested to see what happened to August Home¬†today. The company originally tapped Yves Behar to make a better smart lock, one that would meld with the sensitivities of a certain kind of smart home stylist with the high-concept, high-tech design of the Nest thermostat. 503 more words


Garage Doors - Series 2

It has been a couple of weeks since I last posted any images on my blog, so I thought that I would take a moment to reflect on my previous “Door” posts. 423 more words


Leaving a Legacy

A couple of weeks ago, while Helen and I were out exploring the home of Lucy Maud Montgomery, we also discovered an interesting structure a few kilometres down the road. 502 more words

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