#ThursdayDoors — Four Words and a Door

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I dig those reflections.

#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To see other doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link and find the frog.

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31 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — Four Words and a Door

  1. Ally Bean says:

    I agree. I dig those reflections, too. And the door itself is darned dig-able. Far out, man.

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  2. loisajay says:

    Cute little house, but I cannot figure out if I love it or want to fix it up a bit. Know what I mean?

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  3. Those reflections are cool

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  4. John Holton says:

    The yellow door is definitely distinctive. And the way the reflections match with the background, it almost looks like you’re looking rigfht thriough the house.

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  5. Dan Antion says:

    I totally agree about the reflections. There’s something about bare branches that appeals to me.The door is nice, but I also like the geometric pattern going on at that house.

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  6. Benson says:

    Interesting palette. I do dig the bright colors of the door and the bench. Those colors and the reflections over ride the rather mundane colors of the house proper. I can dig it.

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  7. I like those reflections too. The house is interesting too, and the door does make a statement.

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  8. Joanne Sisco says:

    I like all the lines in this picture. The visual interest in this house works for me – lime green door and all. It does have an early 70s kind of vibe 🙂

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  9. pluviolover says:

    Nice door. Seeing the house and door made me think of the rule of thirds in art, and the rule of three in writing. In this case, architecture: windows, colors, and sections.

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  10. Norm 2.0 says:

    I like all of it. The refelctions, the house, and of course that cool yellow door.
    Nice find 🙂

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  11. JT Twissel says:

    I dig the reflections too!

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  12. That house reminds me of a patchwork quilt, Joey, nice find. And those reflections are brilliant, almost feels like I’m looking right through to the back of the house.

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  13. darsword says:

    I like the reflections, but I like the yellow door and the blue bench against a rather mundane color scheme. It’s all interesting.

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  14. prior.. says:

    yes – dig the reflections….
    and that color of the door…
    and the many shapes – a shape-fest treat

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  15. JoAnna says:

    Beautiful reflections with the hint of pink. The house is interesting, unique, and restfully rustic, but with the splashes of color. I’m imagining some potted plants on the porch when spring comes.

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  16. bikerchick57 says:

    I feel like I should limit my comments to four words, sooo…
    Nice door and reflections. 🙂

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  17. Reflections are cool, but the proportions of the windows and door are also interesting. Good one. 🙂

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  18. Amy says:

    I love the reflections. The house has a very retro vibe. Groovy. 😉

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  19. I love this little cute house. And the reflections were a good idea too. Hope all is well for you, Joey. Busy I’m sure. I am too, which explains my sporadic visits 😦

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  21. Susan says:

    I’m painting the outside of my house ( long project ). That yellow door…has me thinking

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