Thursday Doors – 41

Rear Doors

My plan was impeccable, it had worked many times before. Running an errand to Atlanta requires good timing. Going in just after the lunch melee, around 2 pm, then getting the chores done and getting out before the rush hour starts around 4 pm, has been my strategy. Yesterday it didn’t work. That was also the time slot that a utility crew picked to close half the road and do their work. So what does one do when stuck in traffic? Shoot some photos out the windows, of course. For today’s Thursday Doors, here is the rear, emergency, door of a school bus. The rear hatch of the car in front of me counts as a door, doesn’t it? There is a lot of construction going on around town. It always amuses me to see how thy start a building at the top and work their way down. No doors there yet, but they will come!


Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world.

This delightful activity is conducted by Norman Frampton. Come join in!


Also see my Monday Window series


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