My friend Lach made this incredible parrot wood door for his friend. He even made the glass which is actually layers of resin sprinkled with crushed glass and marbles. What a labor-intensive gift of love this one was. That’s Lach McGuigan standing next to his parrot door. The hand, also, is his..
(Please click on the first photo to enlarge photos to see the remarkable workmanship in this door.)
When the traffic cone lights are lit, it is party time in this house!
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For Norm’s Thursday Doors prompt.
I guess it was the vivid colors and the sporty equipment featured in each that caused me to put these photos of La Manzanilla, Mexico, doors together. (click on either photo to enlarge both.)
Morrie’s admirer Niña lives behind these gates. I think she spends more time at our house, though! Here is Niña. You’ll see more of her later:
The vines surrounding the concrete pillars in front of this beachside hotel grow up the sides of trees, thus the rounded shape. Usually they are used as pillars with the tree trunk inside, but for some reason, they substituted concrete. Neat effect, though.
For Norm’s Thursday Doors Challenge.