Monday, January 13, 2014

Two Doors

This was a colorful look I spied yesterday, amid all the whiteness. I've traveled Pleasant Street quite a bit, but I guess I've missed them. I'm just surprised these colors hadn't attracted my eye before yesterday. Portland's a city with a lot of brick along with some fabulous architecture. These were aspects of the city that growing up, I never noticed. I do now. Better late than never.
There is always time to grow.

18 comments:

  1. Those doors are hard to miss! I'm glad that you are getting more observant!! Yup, growth is constant. . . thank goodness!!

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  2. competing doorways. i prefer the 'classier' one on the right. the left has a bit too much whimsy for me. :)

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  3. Once again, you make me homesick! I am so curious as to where these doors are...

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  4. What a fun contrast! I like them both. :)

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  5. I'll take the red door, please!

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  6. Colorful on a mostly white day.

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  7. Absolutely.

    This looks like Ireland.

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  8. These are colorful doorways. Wonder if the neighbors talk to each other, or just compete for attention?

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  9. Ohh -- such lively colors -- very nice -- barbara

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  10. Twins....in different clothes.

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  11. Maybe we could repaint them a bit darker. I'll meet you with the paint and brushes.

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  12. I like how you notice new things in a city you've been in a long time.

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  13. In France, bricks are "from north". You won't find them in south.So I'm always attrcted by them when I see such a building.
    Thank you for permission! Bench is posted!

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  14. The doors are just perfect!Love the colors!
    Léia

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  15. You make me wonder--what if there had been photo blogs when we were young. As budding bloggers we would have noticed, and looked for, many different scenes.

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