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Green Doors- gleaned from walk abouts in San Jose West, and San Francisco, CA.

Colorful Doors

Green Door

N°2020 Green Door

Nikon Df| Nikkor 28-105mm| Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2017

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29 Comments

  1. The pastel green, lavender time and cream or white trim was my favorite triple threat door presentation, Deborah. I liked the other choices for their different styles and formal versus informal doors. 🙂

    • Thank you Robin!

      • When I use my cell phone I often push post comment before I proofread. Lavender “tint” was the real way I meant to describe the mint green and light lavender door (and window) set. Enjoy your rest of the holiday season! xo

        • I knew what you meant! I usually hit the send button then see all my typos and missing words! 🙂

  2. Love these! I think the first ones are my favorite.

  3. That first photo is very intriguing, Deborah. The windows look as if they used to be doors.

  4. I really like the first photo – the combination of doors, windows, stairs … all in coordinating colours!

  5. Nice finds, Deborah! Green Door theme can get you a lot of doors; I’m trying to guess the locations (first should be from SF but I’m not sure what west SJ looks like so I could be way off).

    • Thank you Gordon! SF is right for the top door…on our walk-about with Dan in February, and San Jose West…my “hood”. 🙂 Where there aren’t as many green doors as one might think.

  6. I like the patterns and colors in the doors (and windows) in your first photo. Always enjoy seeing your photos, Deborah!! 💚🎨👍

  7. I enjoyed all of these, Deborah. I vacillated between the second and third, but the third one looks like it has a porch, so that might tip the scales.

    janet

  8. ‘Green door’ (By Shakin Stevens) and all those ‘steps’ (I think they covered Tragedy by the Bee Gees) reminds me of a pub with a dodgy jukebox I used to frequent. Nice post and photos, Deborah. 🙂 (Sorry about the English influenced humour)

  9. Nice doors!

  10. Nice color combinations. I like the one with the intricate molding. Someone thought about how to paint that.

    • I thought their color scheme was nice, and unique too, but not one I would have chosen if it were my house. 🙂 Thank you Dan for the comment and support.

  11. Mighty handsome green doors you found there. 🙂

  12. Nice collection Deborah. I really like the composition on that second one 🙂

  13. Your first one is “almost” cute:) Wonder how you did your signature diagonally… Have a great Thursday!

    • I know I love the 3 color scheme on homes like this, but I wouldn’t have chosen those colors if it were mine.

      Regarding my watermark placement.
      I used the Free Transform tool in Photoshop.
      What software are you using? I can help you figure it out if you have Photoshop or something similar.

      • Thank you, Deborah! In Holland most houses are one-color. But the longer I live here, I like a trim – it gives more os a finished look.
        Have Photoshop CS3 -I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s on there.

        • Yes, you have the transform tool, and move tool. If you need help call me I can walk you through it.

          Then you can create an action so you can add your watermark with one click if you haven’t done that already. Then it’s just a matter of placement and opacity tweaks and Bob’s your Uncle! 🙂


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