This door with the bricked up entry way stopped me dead in my tracks. Why brick up the entrance this way? I could only deduce since Savannah, Georgia was prone to wet storms that this was a way to keep the water out. It’s not an old door, or if it is, the paint really hides the age perfectly, but I also couldn’t help notice the off angles of this door and the door handle smack in the middle. Great little door in Savannah Georgia.
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wow – I agree the bricks likely had to do with water – and that moss there hints too – but the bricks look so old – older than the building – and things are such a mismatch that it really causes tension – the new pavers leading up the doors – the old stone of the actual building – and then as you note – that newer door – in blue! and the handle (I noticed some other doors -usually older – have that handle in the center and wonder the evolution of that to the side – maybe older, heavy doors needed them centered)
anyhow, the shot of this door has more intrigue with the down view – where you seem up high and so it messes with the scale (for me at least – ha!)
okay, closing thoughts (just love doors!) well not sure if you edited this photo – but the color gets a two thumbs up – the rich warm hues wight he leaves/bricks and glowing yellow of the building – well makes the green feel richer….
The colours grabbed me right away. When I edit a door I always try to remove numbers and clear street signs. 😊 I just loved the differences the colours played up. Thanks for the great comment!
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I still haven’t figured out why this high threshold on this door.