Thursday Doors – 49
A totally different door theme was in my plans for this week. Then it got hectic, I needed to find an old photo and naturally I had not tagged it so finding it would be easy. I thought I remembered the year, I was wrong. It did give me the opportunity to scan through my archives for a couple of years. As I was doing so I saw a number of forgotten photos that were interesting and on theme for doors, windows, and some other topics.
The photo here is of the barn door at McDaniel Farm Park in Duluth, Georgia. It had served as a stitching exercise and had a couple of flaws and thus never got into any blog or class demo album. Seemed to be a charming photo to me, so here is a gallery of one.
Here are some other views of that barn from over the years. including a bit of art.
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!
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Beautiful! I love all that wood. We don’t usually see wooden barns here in Ireland, they tend to be either corrugated or stone if they’re very old.
Thank you, Jean! But really! Corrugated barns in Ireland? I have dreamt about the rolling, green, ‘scapes of Ireland, blue skies with puffy clouds, friendly faces, warm smiles, oh I have been yearning to see these sights. You have punctured my balloon!
Sorry, Ludwig, corrugated is a fairly modern structure but we still have plenty of old stone barns all over the countryside and its rolling green hills. 🙂
You have some really nice ones here. What I like best about barn doors is that most of them are the sliding type on rails. I’ve always thought that was a cool design. Nicely done 🙂
Thank you Norm. Those old sliding barn doors have neat hardware too.
These are great.
Thank you, Janet