Doors.

When I suggested that “Doors” be the next photo challenge, it seemed to be a pretty simple task.  Doors are everywhere.  We use doors all the time.  What I didn’t realize was how plain doors are.  My first thought was to photograph all the doors I opened in one day.  BORING!  There were glass doors for stores, plain wooden doors inside and out.  Second thought was to travel to Bisbee, AZ, an old mining town about 35 miles away.  There should be lots of interesting doors on the old buildings.  Not so.  Apparently, when the old buildings were refurbished, more modern and secure doors were used.  But I did find a few interesting doors to share.

This car was parked in front of a Harley Davidson Cycle shop.  That is Pat’s reflection in the door.

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This is the “Back Door” for “Cafe Roka” restaurant.Image

I did find an old screen door at a small shop.Image

Here’s an old oven door at the Brown Canyon Ranch house.  The “Friends of Brown Canyon Ranch” have set up the old house with period furnishings to show how the ranchers lived.Image

Closer to home, this is my front door.  I think I’m going to jazz up my entry way.Image

Doors on the cutting table in my studio.  Image

The next assignment for the Photo Challenge will be…… Steps and Stairs.  I’m already in trouble.  It’s pretty flat around here. 

See ya,

Sandy

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About psobrien

Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a retired professional quilter turned fiber artist with my main interest in spinning wool , using natural plants to dye fiber to be used in tapestry weaving. I grew up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, travelled around the world and now make my home in Southeastern Arizona with my husband, Pat and Duffy, our Westiepoo.
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2 Responses to Doors.

  1. Ahhh!!! I may be a bit late on this as I got sick.

  2. Great job-I will be posting tomorrow! Love the new subject, too!

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