Sunday, May 29, 2011

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Never quite seen this before. It's a wood cutting of a man and a woman right in the door on Park Street. It's probably been around for quite a few years too. I just haven't noticed it. There are some beautiful homes in this stretch of the city. I've never stepped beyond the front doors, but I've heard this to be true. I don't like to have to rely on the rumor mill, but for this one it'll have to do. I've always been intrigued by faces I see on the street. They live lives along side me but in another orbit, if you will. Some move freely this morning, while others stay locked behind these doors.

16 comments:

  1. The lights are definitely on...someone must be home...but deliveries have to go around back.

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  2. Now that's a common sight in Versailles though. I really like it!

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  3. It looks like they're lace curtain Irish...love the wood, the carvings, the lace on the door panels and the light glowing behind it. Fine capture!

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  4. I'm so nosy - I really, really, really want to open those doors.

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  5. I would imagine that there is an interesting story about these doors surrounded by that unique shade of green. Wonderful shot.

    I think you should ring the bell... would make a great post for the blog...

    Bises,
    Genie

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  6. Interesting doors. I wouldn't mind taking a peek inside.

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  7. It's almost unanimous Birdman, you have to knock on the door and let us know who lives within....hmmm! hang on,I'm not sure, maybe not.. you never know these days!!!!

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  8. It would be nice to know the historic of those carvings.

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  9. Goggle this place - someone must have written something about those doors. They look very old.

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  10. Someone could write a story about what's behind those doors now and who the faces are

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  11. spooky mystery!



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  12. Very interesting and I would love to know the story about the doors.

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  13. Great doors, even if they ARE a tad spooky. Maybe you need a password to get in...

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  14. I'm not crazy about the heads — they've always creeped me out — but the wood is just gorgeous!

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