Golden Door / CFFC

The door to the Baptisterium San Giovanni in Florence. The size and radiance is overwhelming when standing at the foot of it. Each rectangle depicts a biblical scene. The door is located at the side of the building where the sun does not reach and yet the amount of gold reflects the sun off the … More Golden Door / CFFC

Catania Neighborhood

A short walk  – around a few blocks – reveals the uniqueness of Catania neighborhood. The architecture has the warm feel of the Mediterranean countries. It is July and the temperatures rise to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit by the middle of the day. Sicilians seem unaffected by it,  without the need to drink a lot … More Catania Neighborhood

Old Cottage Doors

This photograph was taken somewhere in Poland during one of my travels. Even though it is falling apart it retains its charm and memory of past beauty. Thursday Doors – March 10.

Red Door

This door is a part of larger barn door which you can see here. My contribution to Thursday Doors – March 3. There you can click on the blue bar to see what others have posted.

Blue and Green Doors

Doors are one of my favorite architectural elements. Often their texture, shape, and flaking paint makes them unique and almost separate from the buildings to which they belong. This friendly set standing side by side resides permanently in Gliwice, Poland. If architectural parts of buildings are close to your heart as well, visit Red Barn Door, … More Blue and Green Doors

Red Barn Door

Pennsylvania country roads. I am driving past this barn once every week. I always hesitate to stop at the side of the road and just take pictures of other people’s property. I always feel I should at least ask permission. Well, this time I did not, just stopped for a moment and took this photograph. … More Red Barn Door