Category: Thurs. Doors


The only way to capture a tower in a small size street ….

… leading to this cute church door

They have a preference for nostalgia in this suburb of Austin

It looks like a door opening on the right bottom of this bar inside the Cheesecake Factory – the problem is – I can’t remember if this is a door, or a reflection ….

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Am HORRIFIED about all these UGLY adds! Just ignore them – THEY ARE NOT A PART OF THIS POST

THURS. DOORS Georgetown (week3)

The demure back door of a restaurant leading to a patio. Love the iron work fence here.

Oops, lopping off part of the door, you can see where my mind is: grand kids:)

Reading the sign on the door after I took the pic. I chuckled, thinking,
only Californians do not think a second before entering this store.
Now I understood why they told the kids to stay outside:)

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The doors in this post we saw when we were showing off Georgetown
to my middle daughter and family
What a friendly door!

On the pic the loose standing doors are not coming out
(on the left, the top of the frame is right above the bird cage.
All the red is a stationary door, and there was another door,
I can’t even see here!)

The puzzle here is – who is the copycat with the plant, no.1 or no. 3?
Have no clue … you? If you do, give me some clues why you think so:)

THURS. DOORS – May (1)


Looking at this room to the left before getting to our table
in the restaurant in Folsum (one of the suburbs of Sacramento)
with my daughter’s family..

A more westernized Mexican restaurant


The door of Olive Mix – the brown and blue barrel is a nice touch. In Old Town Sacramento they have a few olive stores.

One time I posted the right side of the Sole Mate sock store – this is the other side:)

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DON’T FORGET to scroll down to the next post for THURSDAY DOORS

Might have posted this painting before, but when Makro-Tex
asked for “something blue”” I immediately thought
of this painting. I used the palette knife for this, and not a brush.
This painting was inspired by the song of Simon and Garfunkel
“Like a Bridge over Troubled Water.”
Makro Tex

Bulbs from your forest yard in California, were
the only flowers the deer wouldn’t eat:)
Garden Affair, FOTD, Floral Fri Foto

Among the ones of us who like to just wander around
when they shop, don’t you love it when you FOUND
something you were not looking for?
One Word Sunday

These punches of blue awnings and the parasols
add so much charm to this otherwise
stark lines of this restaurant in old Sacramento
Weekly Smile, Weekend Reflection

Don’t these look like bird legs and feet?
Sky Watch

MONDAY – Garden Affair * FOTD * Weekly Smile *
TUESDAY – Tue. Scribbles * Makro-Tex * Travel Tue *
WEDNESDAY – Wordless Wed.*
THURSDAY – Thankful Thurs. * Sky Watch * Floral Fri Foto *
FRIDAY – Fri Bliss * Weekend Reflection *
SUNDAY – One Word Sun. * Sun’s Best *