They are lovely!
I think so too! Thanks for stopping by.
Oh dear! 🙂 🙂 Happy Sunday, Andrew!
Seen Better Days!
You, or the doors? 🙂 🙂
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Fabulous doorways. No way they could design them that way. Would be like those terrible ripped jeans!
Quite right, a good comparison!
They had seen better days but gave you a very good photo.
A battered old door is always obligingly photogenic!
So much character!
Silent stories and hidden histories!
Like old people who have seen better days but still hang in there with a beauty of their own. Thanks, Andrew.
These doors certainly represent the passing of time! We have recently moved house and Kim wants to replace the front door. I know that it has to go but it is still a shame. I’ll probably keep it in my shed!
I suspect that you have an interesting shed, Andrew. Maybe if I am ever tossed out for being too old, I’ll come and live there. 🙂
Every man is entitled to a shed Curt and you would certainly be most welcome!
An Englishman’s Castle is his Shed!
Damn, I think we fought a Revolutionary War over that one, Andrew.
You are welcome to our colonies but don’t try to take our sheds!
My sheds are pretty important as well, Andrew. Now if they just wouldn’t insist on filling up!
That is the trouble with sheds. We moved house recently and Kim found my stash of golf balls, she insisted that I get rid of them and I haven’t found anywhere yet to hide them again!
Put them in a box, Andrew, and label it something that Kim has no desire to open. 🙂 Hiding in plain sight!
Only if she would assume that is something you might collect. 🙂 Otherwise she would open it up out of curiosity, or at least Peggy would!
I must admit, I admire your tenacity, you’d never get me in places like these
It was only moderately dangerous and it was in daylight!
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