Windows and Doors – August 22, 2019

Old Storefront

In cities large and small there are buildings and places that seem long forgotten. Here is a storefront from a small Georgia town. We can only wonder what it was, what goods were offered here, what joys it brought.

Store Front


This is a contribution to the Thursday Doors challenge.

This is a contribution to the Monday Window challenge.


.:. © 2019 Ludwig Keck

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3 thoughts on “Windows and Doors – August 22, 2019

  1. I know, some of these quirky old buildings make you wonder what went on in there. I found you on Thursday doors but wasn’t aware there was a Monday Windows blog. Thanks for the tip.

    • Thank you Library Lady. Indeed, some old structures just sit and rest in the fading sunlight. Sort-of like what happens to us old folks. Thank you for discovering Monday Window. That too had been hibernating and only recently have I attempted to bring it back to life.

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