A walk in the park. A old, wooden shack. A moldy, old door. A few daffodils and a sunny spring day (and I do appreciate that).
Spring is really trying to be in the air. It’s 48 degrees right now. It’ll need to try a little harder.
Click here to see more of Norm’s entries for Thursday’s Doors. Have a sunny day. Thanks for stopping by. 😉
Gemma I use to have/use a door very similar to this door you clicked and guess what it led to… one of the horses in my life. Rumbles was his name. OMGosh it brings back some memories! It was the side door to a small barn. I of course like this door! Since I have a thing for wood doors I should check out this challenge but you know all about my PROcrastination.. 😀 We are 58 degrees in Missouri at 9:52.
Come on! You’re 10 degrees warmer?!?!? Ugh!
I’m glad it brought back some good memories. Any memories about horses would have to be good. I am so jealous. Stay warm. And don’t PROcrastinate.
Love the speck of yellow 😊
A cheerful, warm color, yes?
Thanks for stopping by, louise.
Thats a great weathered ole door, and the yellow flowers add a touch of color – nice!
Thanks, Norm. And thanks for hosting the challenge.
I know what you mean! It’s nice and sunny but right chilly here today too.
…and the wind! WTH??
Hold on to your ever lovin’ hat!
I love the new flowers on the old door. I’ll also love some new spring on this old winter nastiness. And the sooner the better!
Those news people keep saying it’s coming. WHEN???
But the flowers are purdy. 😉
The yellow daffodil on the door makes the battered entryway look welcoming.
I thought it needed a welcoming touch. 😉
Thanks for stopping by, Colline.
It’s still cold up here too! I’m tired of it! Pour gasoline on the sun or somethin’!
Sun? What sun?!?!?
This is getting old. I need flip flops!!!!
Nice juxtaposition, the yellow flowers with the aged door. Nice work!
Thank you, Emilio. I put them there, but then I took them home. Easy come. Easy go. 🙂
Doors? Oh, don’t get me started!!! 🙂 🙂 Just popping in to see how you’re doing, Gem, and wishing you a bucket full of sunshine. 🙂
Hi, sweetie. Doing OK, thanks. Things get a little stressful with mom sometimes, but it is what it is. I hope you are well and wallowing in sunshine. 😉 xxx
I love the splash of yellow! Very country and nostalgic. Gives me a warm fuzzy. 🙂
Warm and fuzzy? Yahoo! Fabulous! 👍🏼😊
I like the picture, Gem – I would have probably gone in closer, maybe just got the door and its frame, face on, but the greens and yellows that those flowers introduce go so well with the rest. Good stuff! A
Thanks, bud. I kind of like the slats on the sides, but I’ll need to give it a try. 🙂
xxx ATP xxx
I must say I like the way you have angled the door, great composition, and the gorgeous yellow daffodils just sing about spring
Thank you. I am really needing signs of spring. UGH! It’s still not really spring here. I want to feel the sun on my face!!! 😊
We are now heading for winter and today it is pouring with rain, but not cold…
I love the natural feel of the green patina on the door and wood – and the bottom of the photo shows no step so there is a floating feel (in my mind at least) and the flowers have they social touch
I see what you mean about the floating feel. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. xxooxx