Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Oh, I love doors. You can keep posting door photos for days and I'll love them all.
They are beautiful & unique doors! (but please tell me you didn't take all of these today . . . that would make me too jealous . . . since I'm home 'stuck' in the mud)
Virginia -- I'll keep my eyes peeled...k -- Actually, yes, these were taken today at a little stone building off the town square. It reminds me of a place in northern New Mexico, with each wooden door painted a different color. Sorry to hear you're stuck in the mud.
I love door photos, too. It makes me want to know what's on the other side. All these are on the same building though? Even more intriguing!
The turquoise door is my favorite, and did make me think of NM. What makes it even more unusual is the way the snow seems to be flowing from the inside of the building, to the outside. And look how beautifully it reflects the color of the door.In fact, the door colors are reflected in the snow in each of the photos. If that's post-processing, it's so beautifully done I can't stand it. If it's a natural phenomenon, it's even more amazing.
Linda -- The turquoise doorway is my fav, too. As for the colors reflected in the snow, that's probably partly done in post processing and partly natural due to the light. At any rate, it wasn't done deliberately. In fact, I hadn't noticed it until you pointed it out. How cool!
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