I had twice as many pictures as these, but the ether ate their pixels. Or something.
One of the pictures that was lost was of the exterior, but you can see that on the This Is Indiana, Historic Corydon site. It was blue for many years, and I still think it’s blue. It isn’t.
ANYWAY, we were there for our middle grandson’s high school graduation party. It was very cool: He and one of his friends since kindergarten asked their parents to go in together on a low-key, low-cost gathering. Scattered throughout the venue were pictures of the two of them together through the years. It was weepifying. In a good way. They’re rooming together in college, so the friendship continues!
Now, if you looked at the picture of the building on that other site, you might be amused to see this picture looking back at you. Oh, and there’s something right behind you across the street! Why, it’s a door!
Looking up, we see some gingerbread, and a light for Joey.
Inside, there’s more Joey bait, and a couple of transoms for the transom fans, of whom I am one.
A back door that means business.
A front door that’s bluffing.
Hardware pern. (Word intentionally misspelled because I get enough weird spam as it is.)
Interior door with painted transom and coolio window treatment.
I love that wallpaper, too!
Thursday Doors is the brainchild of Norm Frampton, photographer extraordinaire. Visit his site, enjoy his photographs, follow his directions, and enter a world of doors.
A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Childhood friends grow up.