Jeff and I took a bike ride to Rita’s Water Ice near the beach tonight. Just what I need to negate the bike ride – a mango and vanilla, soft ice cream gelati. It could be worse, I suppose. We could have driven there. I still didn’t have a photo for Jake’s “Door” challenge, so I suggested that we stop by St. Thomas’ Church a few blocks away to check out the front door there. It’s not elaborate, nor does it have the character that comes with age, but it’s a simple door. One that leads to many things for many people. Solace for some, relief or comfort for others. A little bit of stained glass, plain, yet, welcoming. Beckoning…
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Very welcoming! 🙂
Excellent work my friend ,Thanks for sharing this one 🙂
Thank YOU. You make it possible each week.
The ice cream sounds delicious. Perfect after a bike or a walk. One thing about church doors, they will always be beautiful, not just because the structure is awesome but more because of what it symbolize. A door. A faith. A chance for entry into heaven.
I believe you’re right! They all look pretty excellent – simple or ornate. Nice ‘seeing’ you., IT.
Great door. I love how you included the railings, archway, ‘welcome’ mat, and flower accents. It’s a door, but more than a door – literally and figuratively.
Funny. I took a pic of just the door, but it just didn’t seem right without the accoutrements. 🙂 I love how you notice.
Very nice, both photo and text. I expect the door to open and the music to come streaming out —
Glad you got that feeling. 🙂
I like the flower wreaths 🙂
A nice touch. 🙂
This is one of my favourites this week
Thank you, Jo! I appreciate that. 🙂
This is so lovely. 😉
Thank you! The more I look, the more I like it, too? 🙂 thanks for visiting.
It is a beautiful entryway!
Thanks! Nice ‘seeing’ you. I appreciate the visit and enjoying skimming your blog.
The flower wreaths finish it off so nicely. I’m new here this week and loving what I’m seeing.
The flowers seem to be popular :-). Thanks for visiting, Jo.