Thursday Doors 48/52

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This is the most elegant and prettiest garage door I think I’ve ever seen.  I loved the arched windows above it, and the bougainvillea vine growing around it.


Image made while on a walk-about in San Francisco.

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39 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 48/52

  1. The white garage with red brick around it stood out, but the balcony with black rod iron railing is extra special, Deborah! The gorgeous, colorful bougainvillea flowering vine makes it just the perfect frame! 🙂

  2. Great city view 🙂 One of these days am going to ask you for some reasonable places to eat (have to get son from the airport in about 18 days – so somewhere around there since arrives at dinner time, or on the way back home since we’ll have to drive 3 1/2 hrs. to get to our neighborhood…. have a great weekend!

    1. Thank you Jesh! Hum, you’ll probably be crossing the Dumbarton Br to get home. I don’t know anywhere up near the airport.

      I’d just pull up Yelp and pick something with 4 or more stars. Sorry I’m not more help!

  3. That reminds me of when we lived in Spain, Deborah. Our house was over the garage. Is that bougainvillea growing up the balcony? We had the same plant on our balcony, too, it was lovely.

  4. You have a good eye, Deborah. I love those windows, and I think they may open in a door-ish fashion. The garage door is really sharp. Are those three mail slots? I wonder what that’s all about.

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