The Post About Doors

    February 1, 2019

    I went on an early morning run to check out Barrio Italia to see if Brandon and I should go on our date there later that evening. Avenue Italia was about a mile away from our dept.

    That early in the morning, the antique shops and restaurants are still closed, but in many ways, I’m glad they were since I got to see so many amazing doors!

    Yeah, doors are kind of a silly thing. But I could not believe how many different textures, colors, and patterns made up the fronts of the buildings. I’m so glad I had my Iphone to capture some of my favorites.

    I love finding tiny details like these doors in new places.

    And now for the door parade!

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