Sunday, February 15, 2009

2 ThingsChallenge - Corner/Door

A stroll through the archives for this challenge.

The corner jailhouse in Shoshone, Wyoming.


Front door beach cottage in Truro, MA.

In the window's reflection you can see the corner of the
cottage next door.


phone booths- Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone

Remember when phone booths had doors for
privacy? Old timey look with modern day price
$1.00 (4 min.)

A quote I felt apropos:
" When one door closes, another opens; but we often
look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door
that we do not see the one which has opened for us.”
- Alexander Graham Bell -inventor of the telephone

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5 comments:

John M. Mora said...

Some great photos, Andrea - a jail and resort and a past. My best.

Maya said...

These are great photos and so good for the challenge! Too bad people don't use these booths with their cell phones so we don't all have to listen to their conversations.

Heidi said...

Your quote below the beautiful old wooden phone both doors is reminder to me to look forward, not back :) Hello from a long to silent friend Andrea!

I have been lurking but quiet - I do so love visiting your blogs :)

Unknown said...

leaving work today, all i saw were students walking home talking on their cell phones.....
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