Last week, I left the smokey air in Northern California to visit my family in Connecticut. It’s an annual trek I make to see not only my family but also the Fall foliage. The fresh, cool air was a welcome change from spare the air days at home.
The foliage this year was mainly yellow and orange, with dabs of red-leafed trees and bushes. I just missed peak colors by a week, though my mother constantly noted that the colors this year were lackluster. None-the-less, I enjoyed the seasonal color.
OK. Enough about the foliage, let’s talk doors. Wherever I go, I’m always on the lookout for interesting doors to share for Norm Frampton’s weekly feature, Thursday Doors.
I found the Halloween-inspired house and door in the featured image in Collinsville. The pic of the door with bloody hands was taken at the Pond House Cafe in West Hartford. Creepy.
Here are a few doors from the Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon. The pumpkin orange door to the JunkPot Studio is the perfect color for Halloween.
Cool signage on this red door.
Who can resist taking photos of vibrant red doors on white New England churches? The first red door belongs to an Episcopal church in New Hartford and the second red door to a church in Collinsville. One of my sisters questions the use of red for a church door as she thinks it’s the color of the devil. However, the red doors of churches are not the sign of the devil, but rather, have traditionally signaled a place of sanctuary, refuge, and safety. Phew.
Well, that’s all I’ve got for doors from this trip to Connecticut. I hope you enjoyed them. Have a Happy Halloween!