Thursday Doors – Old and New

There are some interesting buildings and walls in my street so I thought they would make good subjects for my last Thursday Doors of the year.

New building – old wall.
New wall – old building.
Old wall – newish wall.

I hope you are all hale and hearty, wherever you are this week. Thanks so much for all your visits to this blog over the past year and I hope to see you again soon for lots more Thursday Doors in 2020.

About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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11 Responses to Thursday Doors – Old and New

  1. Dan Antion says:

    I like the blending of new and old. See you next year, Jean!

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  2. sydspix says:

    The history seems to be all around you there. Great pix! Happy New Year Jean!

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  3. Pistachios says:

    Looks like a delightful neighbourhood to stroll through any day! So much charm!

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  4. joey says:

    The gray stone home with the bright green lawn and gate under those moody skies — so pretty!

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  5. marianallen says:

    I love it, that the new building looks old! I mean, the style doesn’t look all jazzy and pre-fabby and modernistic. It looks cozy. Happy New Year, Jean!

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