While I didn’t quite squeak out a full year of doors, I was still lucky enough to be introduced to Norm’s Thursday Doors challenge by my magnificent friend (and Italy compadre)
Manja. Many of the doors, not surprisingly, were ones I strolled by, entered, or just plain adored whilst in my Italy travels this past summer. It’s a challenge to keep my post brief, so I’ll have to dig not so deep to try to pick my ultimate favs.
The street art was incredible – though only a bit of it was on doors – this a fav.
Looking out to the small piazza from the Chiesa di San Donato, Civita di Bagnoregio
Civita di Bagnoregio. Here, you can see thru its sole ancient entryway.
I can’t imagine a better group of women to chill out with (literally, it was a hot 90+ degrees in Civita!) Oh, and our pal Fonzie too. Amazing day in our two lovely towns
Orvieto, the Duomo reflection.
Delightful Volterra. A fav for sure.
Cinque Terre: Vernazza
Gelato! Friends! What a day in Trastevere and all over Rome.
Perpsective! Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls, Rome. My bestie Manja snapped this photo!
At the Bargello in Florence, greeted by some lovely lions in crowns!
Closer to home – well, kind of! Seems these doors actually span coast to coast 🙂
Chinatown, San Francisco CA
MIT, Cambridge MA
Near the summer growers market, Sundays only.
Not short on color in my local travels…
Root cellar, Valley Forge National Park, PA
For The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge, Rounded.
Abandoned Silo Round
Washington DC Round
We sure could use a Superhero these days…. I waited, but he never came out. Maybe he’s already out there in the world doing his thing?
For this week’s
For The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge, Pedestrian.
Roman Forum Via Sacra, some crazy old age of like 45 BC
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco CA
Wintry walk near home
Cowell Ranch Beach, Half Moon Bay CA
A beach, somewhere….
Civita di Bangoregio footbridge, Umbria, Italy.
My clan of youngsters on top of Devil’s Puplit, Mt. Diablo, CA
Gray Whale Cove, Montara CA
My window views from different cities, states, and islands and countries.
For The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge, Windows.
View of St. Maarten from Blowing Point Ferry Terminal
Snowy evening, Pennsylvania
Light, shadows, textures, windows
Anguilla, view from breakfast
Tiny churches, Philadelphia
Tower view, Florence Italy
Abandoned paper mill, Pennsylvania
Leaving, San Francisco
Dinner in the city, same doors, coming and going.
And, it was a pretty decent BBQ.
For our lovely filling-in-for-Norm’s
Thursday Doors host Manja challenge. Confused? Click on the link, it will make more sense 🙂
Dinner with my sister and nephew on my niece’s stomping grounds in Philadelphia. Fun times 😉
Same doors, perspective.
And one more, next door. The yellow can’t be beat…
Much of Isaiah Zagar’s astoundingly creative mosaics are located
here, in my city of Philadelphia – his city as well. These few photos are a nano-glimpse of his extensive, clever, never ending flow of mosaics.
For The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, Unusual